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What's good for a hangover?
Skippy
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RE: What's good for a hangover?
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I learned from watching MASH that B vitamins are important.

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Post: #92
RE: What's good for a hangover?
Stop drinking, no more hangovers.
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Post: #93
RE: What's good for a hangover?
Skippy  Wrote: (07-18-2017 07:33 PM)
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I learned from watching MASH that B vitamins are important.

I actually enjoy both Rockstar zero cal and the Monster.

I normally get a different one though.

My father in law like lives off of Monsters, so I have him pick me up a energy drink every once in awhile.

Have like 2 or 3 a month.

Prefer coffee.

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Post: #94
RE: What's good for a hangover?
Roddy  Wrote: (07-16-2017 01:34 PM)
I need it today

Well, the best thing I found in the past was to drink a big glass of water after your last drink and before bed.

Day after cures? Don't know any..
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RE: What's good for a hangover?
Domain  Wrote: (07-16-2017 02:10 PM)
drink beer with tomato juice, no hang over

Indeed. But it can be spruced up.

Clamato beer chelada. Either buy one pre made (budlight or budweiser) or make it yourself using 4oz clamato, 12oz beer, 1oz lime juice, a dash of hot sauce, some ice and a sprinkle of salt. 2 of these and no more hangover.

Or just mix some ice cold v8 with a couple shots of vodka.

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First thing to do is brush your teeth....

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Post: #97
RE: What's good for a hangover?
blind prophet  Wrote: (07-18-2017 07:35 PM)
Skippy  Wrote: (07-18-2017 07:33 PM)
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I learned from watching MASH that B vitamins are important.

I actually enjoy both Rockstar zero cal and the Monster.

I normally get a different one though.

My father in law like lives off of Monsters, so I have him pick me up a energy drink every once in awhile.

Have like 2 or 3 a month.

Prefer coffee.

Monster Absolute Zero is my go to nowadays.

If I don't have any at the house, I pop 2 B12 pills and drink as much water as I can. Then coffee.
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Post: #98
RE: What's good for a hangover?
Electrolyte drinks are good. Salty soups add electrolytes, fluid and vitamins. There is no sure fire medically proven answer unfortunately.
The room will stop spinning eventually, and your strength will return soon thereafter.

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RE: What's good for a hangover?
Menudo
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07-18-2017 10:54 PM

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RE: What's good for a hangover?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 04:07 PM)
Hangover cure.

1 spliff
1 cuppa tea
1 inch of bacon for every unit of alchohol consumed.

Yea man that's all you need, nice thick bread. Sometimes it's hard to eat so take a bite then a good mouthful of tea to melt the bread.

Bacon is your friend
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Post: #101
RE: What's good for a hangover?




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Post: #102
RE: What's good for a hangover?
Hydration and bed rest.
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Post: #103
RE: What's good for a hangover?
Roddy  Wrote: (07-16-2017 01:50 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-16-2017 01:48 PM)
Water, ice, juice etc. Drink all you can

Thank you Heartflowers



Two quarter pounders and a large fountain Coca Cola. Fries if you want em...but i most always skip em.


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VM
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Post: #104
RE: What's good for a hangover?
Alleged Cures

Understandably, people have long sought cures for hangover relief. The ancient Greeks thought that eating cabbage would cure a hangover. Ancient Romans thought that eating fried canaries would do the same.

Today, some Germans eat a breakfast of red meat and bananas. Some French drink strong coffee with salt. Many Chinese drink spinach tea. Some Puerto Ricans rub half a lemon under their drinking arm. Haitians sometimes stick 13 black-headed needles into the cork of the bottle from which they drank. And some Russians drink vodka in an effort to cure hangovers. People may deeply believe in their “cures.” Yet none are effective in preventing or even relieving a hangover.2


3. Stay Hydrated

Drink lots of water both before and while drinking. Alternating alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks is very helpful. Alcohol causes the body to rid itself of alcohol. This is a major cause of hangovers. Especially good are coconut water or a sports drinks like Gatorade. They replace electrolytes. Drinking heavily causes these nutrients to leave the body.3

4. Choose Clear Alcoholic Beverages

Choose lighter color or clear alcoholic beverages. Examples include vodka and gin. They contain fewer congeners. These are substances that cause inflammation and make a hangover worse. Darker beverages have more congeners. Examples include dark beer and red wine.4

5, Avoid Carbonated Beverages

Effervescent drinks cause more rapid absorption of alcohol. This, in turn, makes hangovers worse.5

6. Avoid Diet Beverages

Artificial sweeteners speed alcohol absorption. Avoid artificially sweetened beverages to reduce the severity of hangovers.6 Choose ones sweetened with sugar to maintain a good blood-sugar level. Or choose water instead if you’re trying to avoid sugats.

7. Don’t Smoke


Don’t smoke tobacco. It makes hangovers worse. If that’s impossible, then smoke as little as possible. Smoking while drinking makes it harder to sleep well. That can contribute to the severity of a hangover.7

8. Get Plenty of Sleep

Heavy drinking can reduce the quality of your sleep. Especially if you also smoked while drinking. So it’s important to get enough sleep. This can reduce the fatigue and irritability of the hangover.8

9. Eat a Good Breakfast

Low levels of blood sugar are often accompany hangovers and Make them worse. Eating a good breakfast (or late-night meal) can restore proper levels. In turn, that can reduce weakness and headache. Avoiding greasy foods can help reduce stomach upset.9

10. Treat Your Symptoms

For a headache and muscular aches, take ibuprofen. But avoid medications that contain acetaminophen. For upset stomach, take Pepto-Bismol.10

11. Have a “Hair of the Dog”


Having some alcohol will reduce the symptoms of a hangover. However, it comes at a price. The hangover will last longer.

Bottom Line

To prevent a hangover, don’t drink alcohol or consume it in moderation. But these additional tips might help you either avoid a hangover or reduce its severity.


Readings

Swift, R. and Davidson, D. Alcohol hangover mechanisms and mediators. Alco Health Res World, 1998, 22(1), 54-60.

Verster, C. and Penning, R. Treatment and prevention of alcohol hangover. Curr Drug Abuse Rev, 2010, 3(2), 103-109.

References for How to Prevent a Hangover

1. Roueche, B. The Neutral Spirit. Boston: Little, Brown, 1971, p. 77. O’Hara, C. The Bloody Mary. NY: Lyons, 1999, p. 18.

2. Cottom, A. Personal communication. Nov 30, 2008. O’Hara, ibid, p. 11. Hangover remedies. Top Health, 2000 (Dec), p. 262.

3. Wiese, J., et al. The alcohol hangover. Ann Inter Med, 2000, 132(11), 897-902.

4. Verster J. Congeners and alcohol hangover. Differences in severity among Dutch college students after consuming beer, wine or liquor. Alco Clin Exper Res , 2006, v. 30 Suppl. 6pg. 53A.

5. Ridout, F., et al. The effects of carbon dioxide in champagne on psychometric performance and blood-alcohol concentration. Alco Alco, 2003, 38(4), 381-385.

6. Stamates, A., et al. Effects of artificial sweeteners on breath alcohol concentrations in male and female social drinkers. Drug Alco Depend, 2015, 157, 197-199.

7. Jackson, K., et al. Role of tobacco smoking in hangover symptoms among university students. J Stud Alco Drugs, 2013, 74(1), 41-49.

8. Verster, J. and Roehrs, T. Sleep after an evening of heavy drinking and hangover severity. Sleep Bio Rhythms, 2007, v. 5 Suppl. 1pg. A18.

9. Wiese, ibid.


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