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This leaves you dehydrated, and can lead to everything from sluggishness to nausea to a pounding headache. “Sweating out a hangover isn’t a great idea,” said Louise Chen, a registered dietitian. “If you’ve drunk enough to be hungover, you’re likely dehydrate. First, the source of the confusion. Like all good hangover myths, the “sweat it out” cure contains a grain of truth. The body flushes alcohol out of its system in two ways.
The first is through urine, breath and sweat. So it would stand to reason that if you. Much like hangover chills, this is felt after drinking and can be seen in a person sweating out alcohol the next day.
This type of symptom can occur as a result of intolerance or overuse of alcohol, which means that a person may sweat out alcohol whether they have one drink or they have many. It can also happen if a person who is dependent on drink stops drinking. Some people think that spending some time sweating out toxins in the sauna is a good thing to do for a hangover, but be wary of this options.
Saunas use extreme heat to make you sweat which can cause changes to the blood flow and blood vessels in your body. There is a popular misconception that you can cure a hangover in the sauna, steam room or hot tub or by exercise. The thinking is that you have to “sweat it out”–whatever that means. The thinking behind it is that you will sweat out the harmful toxins in the body. While it is true that some alcohol in the body is eliminated through sweat.
However, dietitian insist sweating out alcohol will not help your hangover. It may even worsen it. As alcohol triggers the kidneys to produce more urine, this reduces the amount of fluids your body has. Adding that onto your heightened sweat levels from having too much leftover alcohol, you’ll become dehydrated faster.
Of all the so-called hangover remedies — pounding water, devouring greasy foods and drinking more alcohol — sweating it out is reserved for the bold. Most of us can barely roll out of bed when we’re hungover, let along jog around the block until we’re dripping. Still, some brave souls swear that working up a sweat is the most effective hangover cure.
Sweat it out. A Popular Hangover Remedy. Many people have longed believed that they can compensate the ill-effects of a hangover by sweating out all the toxins.
Well there’s some good news and some bad news about all that. In fact, trying to sweat it out may even make your hangover symptoms worse. Alcohol cues the kidneys to produce extra urine, which results in. Don’t go thinking that you can wrap up in a rake of layers and jog a mile to sweat out your hangover.
The tiny bit of alcohol that escapes through your urine, breath and sweat will do little more.
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