What to Drink When You're Sick
There's a drink for every ailment (and if you're lucky, it's already in your fridge)
Today on The Daily Meal
Judging by the headlines these days, it's not hard to be scared off by just about every drink in the supermarket aisle. Energy drinks might kill you. Soda might kill you. Heck, even our beloved cup of coffee might kill you, thanks to new studies. It's enough news to make you clutch your (BPA-free) water bottle just a little tighter. And in fact, that might not be such a bad thing.
When you're feeling sick — whether nauseous, hungover, down for the count with a cold or migraine — there's no better miracle worker than water. Dehydration is the root of many common illnesses, such as certain kinds of headaches, and hydrating often relieves certain symptoms of illnesses, such as nausea or a sore throat. And water acts as a dieuretic, which can clear the body of toxins faster. So when in doubt, stick with the H2O.
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