We have all been there. After a great night out with friends partying and having a good time we wake up the next morning with a headache the size of Texas. Consuming alcohol during a night out on the town has become an American tradition, but consuming too much not only results in intoxicating effects while you are drinking, but could leave you with a nasty hangover the next morning as well.

Hot tub owners are in luck, though. Did you know that a soak in your hot tub is a great way to help relieve the symptoms of a hangover? The hot tub hangover cure, used in conjunction with other remedies can help you put a stop to that hangover so you can get on with your day.

What Causes a Hangover

First, before we can talk about the hot tub hangover cure and how to do it, it is important to understand the causes and symptoms of a hangover. A hangover is caused by drinking, as well all know. More specifically, it is caused by consuming too much alcohol so it builds up in your system before you body has a chance to filter and remove it.

Drinking too much alcohol also results in the following that can lead to hangover the next morning:

  • Frequent Urination leading to dehydration
  • Drop in blood sugar
  • Dilation of blood vessels
  • Stomach irritation
  • Immune system responses

These causes can all attribute to the pounding headache and other hangover symptoms that you must endure the next day.

Use Your Hot Tub To Cure Your Hangover

Now that you understand what a hangover is and why it is happening to you, it is time now to knock that hangover out so you can get on with your day free of that pesky headache.

1. Rehydrate

Remember that after a night of partying you are dehydrated. Before you do anything, grab a glass of Gatorade or any other sports drink that replaces electrolytes in your body. If you don’t have any sports drinks handy, pour yourself a large, cool glass of water instead. Avoid coffee or other sugar based drinks like sodas as they do nothing for dehydration. While you may think coffee is the best answer for your hang over, that cup of joe won’t help you one bit.

2. Avoid Pain Medication

Another common mistake many people suffering from hangovers often make, pain medication can actually have the opposite effect that you were hoping. Most of these medications act as a low grade blood thinner which will only work to amplify the effects of your hangover instead of helping relieve the pain symptoms.

3. Soak in your Hot Tub

After you have had your glass of water or a sports drink, get in your hot tub and be sure the temperature is set between 102-104° F. Stay in the warmth of the hot tub for 20 to 25 minutes and let your body relax in the warm, bubbling water. The heat of the hot tub will help improve the circulation in your body and help it remove the toxic alcohol left behind that is causing all the problems.

The heat of a hot tub can dehydrate you as well. So you may want to go ahead and take another glass of water to the hot tub with you or maybe even another sports drink just to make sure your body stays hydrated while you soak.


4. Take a Cold Shower

While a cold shower may come as a shock to your body especially after you spent time in very warm water, the cool water will really kick start your circulation and raise your heart rate to quicken the removal of any toxins still present in your body.

5. Keep Drinking Water

After your dip in the hot tub and your cold shower, drink more water or Gatorade to maintain proper hydration. This will help flush the alcohol from your system so you feel better much faster.

Drinking and partying can be fun but remember to always do it safely. If you do experience a hangover the next day, don’t beat yourself up. Everyone has had a little too much every now and then. If you have a hot tub or have access to one, try this hot tub hangover cure to relieve your symptoms so you can feel better and get on with your day free from the discomfort of your hangover.



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