What’s your hangover cure?
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- March 26, 2006 at 2:26 pm #8062AnonymousGuest
Good topic! Very useful 🙂🙂May 3, 2006 at 8:14 am #8063AnonymousInactive
Being in college now my dad passed down some drinking tips to me. His hangover prevention is drink 2 glasses of water and stay up for at least a half hour before going to bed. Anytime I am able to remember this or not passed out already I never have a hangover the next day.May 10, 2006 at 10:29 am #8064AnonymousInactive
NOTHING LIKE ICE COLD CHOCLATE EGG CREAMS, HEAVY ON THE SYRUP YO GET THE BUTT IN GEAR ON THE MORNING AFTER THE DISASTER.
2ND CHOICE: A BLOODY MARY OR 5 IN A PINT GLASS THEN GO TO THE COUCH FOR A SIESTA :guinness:July 22, 2006 at 9:26 pm #8065AnonymousInactive
My buddy from Mexico recommended eating tuna to help pass the hangover…got to admit it definitely helped 😀August 13, 2006 at 9:12 pm #8066AnonymousInactive
1 cc b12 subq in the belly the morning before the night after.1 glass of water every hour during the drunkex.2 glasses of water an 3 aspirin 1 hour before bed after drunkex.October 27, 2006 at 10:05 pm #8067AnonymousInactive
Sounds dumb, but tomato soup helps. Same ingredient as the bloody Mary. Eat a can of tuna, some tomato soup, and a coupla glasses of water and you’ll be good. The combination of omega-3, lypoprene, and good ol’ water does some miracles.November 7, 2006 at 10:37 am #8068AnonymousInactive
Hangovers are terrible little devils. 😡
To avoid them (if I know I will probably get one based on the amount I’ve had to drink), I try to drink a good-sized glass of water before heading to bed, along with taking a Mobic pill (Mobic is essentially an super-powered Alleve). If Mobic isn’t available, I substitute it with an Alleve (which is over-the-counter).
If that all doesn’t work, I just tough-it-out…Headache/throwing-up and all.
Matt B.August 18, 2008 at 3:29 am #8072AnonymousInactive
Lets actually look at what a Hang-over is.
You’ve taken in a large amount of alcohol in a rather short time.
Nothing you do before you go to bed is going to help you, as your liver (if you’ve still got one) is still processing the alcohol when you go to bed.
You can eat like a horse that got into the Green’s paddock, that will only bloat you and make any sleep you get difficult, as your stomach digests the food.
You can drink copious amounts of water, this will entail, a lot of trips to the bathroom, again affecting your sleep.
The best thing you can do before you go to bed is drink milk, not a large amount, but enough to put the coating back on your stomach lining that alcohol rips off, from your first drink onwards.
Drinking a large amount of milk (flavoured or not) will give you the shits, because of the calcium content in milk, your body will excrete any excess calcium, by default.
The next day, if you do happen to wake up "under the weather" there is one rule that rings true here, that being DO NOT DRINK COFFEE!!
Caffeine will dehydrate you to buggery, your mouth will be dry and you will want to drink water all day, although you probably will need to drink some water, don’t drink it from a Latte or Coffee cup.
Don’t buy Coke or other fizzy drinks, they will undo all your good work with the milk last night, as in, they will tear the crap out of your already inflamed stomach lining.
If however this is a Sunday or you managed to call in sick at work during the week, Get into your system either a good feed of fish and chips (not sure how prevalent F&C’s are in the US), or light up the BBQ for Steak, Fried Onions and God-knows what else.
Invite your neighbour, he might have beer and you can do it all again!January 6, 2012 at 5:33 am #8087AnonymousInactive
Drinking too much is always the cause of hangover..From my opinion Drinking orange juice with Vitamin C is the best cure of Hangover cure..Sleep is also very beneficial for the cure of hangover…
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