10 of the Best Hangover Foods to Eat for a Fast Recovery

Medically Reviewed by Carolin Schneider, MD

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If you've ever had one too many alcoholic drinks, you probably know the feeling of waking up the next day with a hangover. This condition, which is usually accompanied by headaches, fatigue, nausea, dizziness, shakiness and other unpleasant symptoms, can affect your mood, performance at work and interactions with others.

The most reliable way to avoid a hangover is to avoid drinking or to drink in moderation. However, if you do get a hangover, you’ll probably want to get rid of it as quickly as possible.

Hangovers often go away on their own within about 24 hours. But, you can also try eating specific foods to speed up the process or help yourself feel better in the meantime. The following are some of the healthier food options you can choose when you want to recover quickly from a hangover.