There's nothing that can spoil a great night out like a foggy head and a queazy tummy when light streams through your bedroom window the next morning.
Whether you've got energetic children to deal with, a day in the office ahead of you or you're just needing to get on with things, we're here to offer our tried and tested guide to recovery.
Let's cut to the chase...
That doesn't mean sugar laden soft drinks. Hit the H2O, regularly and plentifully.
High fibre foods are the best in your fragile state because they slowly level out your blood sugar levels. This includes whole wheat pasta, oatmeal, broccoli, raspberries and blackberries to name a few.
As much as your day allows, get some rest and allow your body to recover.
But make it a nice, cool shower. In a dehydrated state, a long, hot shower isn't going to do you any favours.
Do... take it easy.
Be gentle with yourself. Don't go and exhaust yourself at the gym and add further stress to your body. Don't see your hangover as an excuse to eat fast-food all day. Eat well, be gentle and rest up.
If you're someone who usually starts their day with coffee try replacing it with a glass of VÖOST Energy which provides a quick dose of caffeine and adds another glass of H2O to your day. Alternatively, if caffeine isn't your thing give some effervescent B Complex a try.