The Perfect Way To Baby Your Hangover

Whether happy hour with your girl friends turned into one too many cosmos or you had an alcohol-laced weekend, the next day can be a serious headache, literally. Though you may be legally an adult, the perfect remedy for your hangover may bring you back to your childhood. You probably haven’t heard the name “Pedialyte” since you were a kid, when your parents fed you the sweet-tasting oral electrolyte solution when you were sick. But according to New York Mag, Pedialyte may be a perfect cure for grown ups too. One bottle of Pedialyte at 33.8 ounces has 1,035 milligrams of sodium and 780 milligrams of potassium. That sodium and potassium will help your dehydrated, regretful body absorb fluids. It’s also waistline friendly with only 100 calories. It’s a perfect substitute for it’s sugary competitor, Gatorade, which contains 240 calories and a mere 420 milligrams of sodium and 140 milligrams of potassium. Plus, quite a few celebs have become big fans of it. Though, as we learned from Kylie Jenner’s Lip trend, following celeb trends may not always be the best decision, this one seems worth testing out this weekend!

Linda Parham

Linda Parham is a journalist and writer who enjoys creating entertaining blogs. She started out as a newspaper reporter before moving on to editing magazines and newsletters. Linda specializes in writing about beauty, health, fitness, business and politics.

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