Drink Less Caffeine
Most people assume that the effects of caffeine are short lived, but just because you aren’t completely wired doesn’t meant that it isn’t affecting your body and mind. In truth, caffeine stays in your system for around six hours.
You want it completely out of your system before you go to bed, so you probably shouldn’t drink any caffeine after 2:00 pm! You may even want to avoid caffeine altogether, but that’s not an easy step to take.
Exercise in the Afternoon
For your physical and mental health, you should be exercising at least three times a week. It also makes you tired, because you’ll be physically exhausted at the end of the day.
Make an effort to hit the gym or go for a run at the end of every work day, but always end your workout before 7:00 pm. Your body heat rises significantly from a workout, and it needs time to cool off before going to sleep.
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Sadly, coffee won’t cure your hangover and because it acts as a diuretic, it will end up making you even more dehydrated.
If you must, drink only one cup, followed by plenty of water the rest of the day.
Eat Greasy Foods
If that hangover is making you feel a little under the weather, don’t think that a plate of fried food will help. It will probably just make you even more nauseous! Try a slice of plain toast instead.