8 weird celebrity hangover cures that actually work

If there's one subset of people whose advice we'd unequivocally trust about how to feel human again after a long night of drinking, it's celebrities. Who else has a job where cocktail parties, premieres, and VIP events are practically mandatory? And while, sure, not every famous person drinks to excess, you can bet plenty do at least sometimes, so it makes sense that they've figured out ways to do it like champs and be bright-eyed and ready to work a few hours later.

So, in the spirit of party season, we've rounded up 8 weird celebrity hangover cures—from Gwyneth's baths to Khloe's head-clearing yoga move:

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8 celebrity hangover cures
Gwyneth Paltrow

“Just draw a bath that is as hot as you can handle it and mix in some Epsom salts and baking soda,” she wrote on Goop. “Soak for twenty minutes and then pop into a freezing cold shower for 1 minute. Get back in the hot bath and stay until you’re warmed up. Then get back in the shower for 1 more minute.”

Khloé Kardashian

The reality star wrote on her app that the best way to cure a hangover is to do yoga. Or, at the very least, take child’s pose. “The position is said to stimulate the circulation of lymph, a fluid in your body that helps remove toxins, AKA all of that alcohol you drank last night." We'll give it a try, Khlo.

Tom Sandoval

The bartender and star of Bravo's Vanderpump Rules told People his go-to is Midol. Really! "Midol Complete is by far, for real the best hangover cure. The reason is because it has an antihistamine in it, a pain reliever, a diuretic to help stop the migraines, and caffeine. Set your alarm half an hour before you’re supposed to get up, take the pill, go back to sleep and you’ll swing out of bed 30 minutes later.”

Allison Williams

"The smell of rosemary in my eye cream wakes me up. It’s pretty spectacular and helps diminish dark circles after a late night of partying," Williams told Us Weekly.

Zoë Saldaña

"Before going to bed, I put Epsom salts into a warm bath and soak for 15 minutes. The next day I wake up with half the night erased," Saldaña told Us Weekly.

Anthony Bourdain

"Aspirin, cold Coca-Cola, smoke a joint, eat some spicy Sichuan food — works every time," the celebrity chef/host told TMZ.

Paris Hilton

"I can recommend a quarter pounder burger filled with cheese and accompanied by lots of fries,” Hilton told The Herald Sun. Sounds about right.

Miley Cyrus

Miley posed with a bottle of kids' drink Pedialyte in 2015 and while she didn't say she was drinking it explicitly for hangovers, adult consumption of the hydrating stuff has increased 60 percent since 2012, according to the Wall Street Journal, most of whom chug it to stave off morning-after symptoms. So, not guaranteed, but a pretty safe bet.


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