Keep yourself hydrated
Whether it’s before, during, or after drinking your favorite alcohol, it’s always a good thing to keep yourself hydrated. Alcohol can make you urinate frequently and you need to bring back the lost electrolytes. Drinking liquids in between drinking alcohol also keeps your stomach full and keeps you from drinking more. When you wake up the next day, it’s also a good idea to sip a bowl of warm soup if it’s too much to eat a heavy meal.
Choose your drinks wisely
It’s not a good idea to mix different types of alcohol when drinking. Some alcohols have fewer effects on the body compared to others. Darker colored ones have a natural chemical called congeners which make hangovers worse. Knowing which alcohol to drink can prevent you from having hangovers the next day.
Never drink on an empty stomach
One of the best hangover preventive measures is to make sure your stomach is not empty before drinking alcohol. This lessens the alcohol absorption. Eating carbohydrates or fats like a plate of pasta or a piece of steak is good for keeping your stomach in check.
Know when to stop
Some people have more alcohol tolerance than the rest. Some might pressure you into drinking more because they might have a higher tolerance. Knowing how much you can drink keeps you away from an awful hangover the next day. It might be fun to drink a lot but at the end of the day, it’s your body that will suffer the next morning. It is also not a good idea to abuse your body as drinking too much can lead to different diseases in the future.