Best Cure For a Hangover?

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I've got a hangover. This is LAME.

Apparently the good ol' daze of being able to drink free of guilt and free of fear of hangovers are gone now. Noooooooooo...

Oh well, I chose to drink and now I bear responsibility for it > Still find the need to ask though...

What's the best cure or remedy for a hangover?
  • Profile picture of the author HKSEO Rotzee
    First of all, hangover cures are preemptive. When you go to sleep at night, eat a multivitamin. And then drink two or three glasses of water. If you wake up in the middle of the night to go to the restroom, drink some more water. And then when you wake up in the morning..drink a glass of water.

    You'll actually wake up a little drunk, but without the headache. The headache is just you being depleted of vitamins and dehydrated. I do this every time and I never get hangovers...and this is with drinking like 8 or 9 beers and taking a few shots. Its even good to order a glass of water every other drink or every other two drinks while drinking.


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    • Profile picture of the author HeySal
      Originally Posted by HKSEO Rotzee View Post

      First of all, hangover cures are preemptive. When you go to sleep at night, eat a multivitamin. And then drink two or three glasses of water. If you wake up in the middle of the night to go to the restroom, drink some more water. And then when you wake up in the morning..drink a glass of water.

      You'll actually wake up a little drunk, but without the headache. The headache is just you being depleted of vitamins and dehydrated. I do this every time and I never get hangovers...and this is with drinking like 8 or 9 beers and taking a few shots. Its even good to order a glass of water every other drink or every other two drinks while drinking.


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      This is about as spot on as it gets. Only I used to always drink a big glass of milk instead of water.

      Been a lot of years since I had a hangover. I think my 30th birthday convinced me that my body was really over it.
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      • Profile picture of the author HKSEO Rotzee
        Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

        This is about as spot on as it gets. Only I used to always drink a big glass of milk instead of water.

        Been a lot of years since I had a hangover. I think my 30th birthday convinced me that my body was really over it.
        Thanks,

        Yeah, it took a lot of bad days when I used to party more to figure out its worth it to take the extra steps to avoid the pains of the next day lol
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    • Profile picture of the author Jayden Rivers
      Originally Posted by HKSEO Rotzee View Post

      First of all, hangover cures are preemptive. When you go to sleep at night, eat a multivitamin. And then drink two or three glasses of water. If you wake up in the middle of the night to go to the restroom, drink some more water. And then when you wake up in the morning..drink a glass of water.

      You'll actually wake up a little drunk, but without the headache. The headache is just you being depleted of vitamins and dehydrated. I do this every time and I never get hangovers...and this is with drinking like 8 or 9 beers and taking a few shots. Its even good to order a glass of water every other drink or every other two drinks while drinking.


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      Yes, drink water and lots of it, the reason you get a hangover is because your dehydrated, headaches happens because your brain actually expands due to lack of water.

      I drink atleast 2-3 pints of water when I return from a night out and throughout the night, you wake up feeling great!
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    • Profile picture of the author Hesaidblissfully
      Originally Posted by HKSEO Rotzee View Post

      First of all, hangover cures are preemptive. When you go to sleep at night, eat a multivitamin. And then drink two or three glasses of water. If you wake up in the middle of the night to go to the restroom, drink some more water. And then when you wake up in the morning..drink a glass of water.

      You'll actually wake up a little drunk, but without the headache. The headache is just you being depleted of vitamins and dehydrated. I do this every time and I never get hangovers...and this is with drinking like 8 or 9 beers and taking a few shots. Its even good to order a glass of water every other drink or every other two drinks while drinking.


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      I used to do this, but I'd drink Gatorade instead of multivitamin + water. It worked though, but I'm sure it depends on how much you drank, also it won't do you any good once you're already hungover, but will help prevent a hangover from happening.
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      • Profile picture of the author riverboatman
        Cato the Elder, the ancient Roman philosopher, assures us that the best hangover cure is to eat a raw cabbage!
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  • Profile picture of the author Roaddog
    1. V9's.... Vodka and V8.
    BV8....beer and V8
    2. V9's or BV8 and a steaming bowl of Menudo
    3. Don't stop drinking
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  • Profile picture of the author HKSEO Rotzee
    Also, two beers the next day has worked for me as far as getting rid of the headache...but sometimes turns into another night of drinking so becarefull...and this time use the water technique.
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  • Profile picture of the author bravo75
    couple of beers. Or as the Irish call it "a cure".
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  • Profile picture of the author HQJonz
    Water is really the best thing. If you rotate water with your booze you never get hangovers. I'm not always that disciplined, but I can drink all evg / night, and so long as I drink about as many waters as I drink beers, I feel fine the next morning.
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  • Profile picture of the author fanimal
    Pickles work for me. Also have some honey and lot of water before you go to sleep, it will make the hangover next day more bearable.
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  • Profile picture of the author delema
    drink cold water and take a bath.......
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  • Profile picture of the author MIB Mastermind
    A bottle of Irn Bru & a Wopper Meal helps me.
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  • Profile picture of the author BlueGlobeSeo
    I usually have an energy drink before taking any alcohol. For hangovers, drink plenty of water before you sleep and eat ice cream when you wake up. But most of the time, it's "mind over matter" for me.
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    • Profile picture of the author waterotter
      Originally Posted by BlueGlobeSeo View Post

      I usually have an energy drink before taking any alcohol. For hangovers, drink plenty of water before you sleep and eat ice cream when you wake up. But most of the time, it's "mind over matter" for me.
      That's a very dangerous combination mixing energy drinks and alcohol.
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      • Profile picture of the author Roaddog
        Originally Posted by waterotter View Post

        That's a very dangerous combination mixing energy drinks and alcohol.
        waterotter,
        believe it or not they sell energy drinks with alcohol.
        I always thought it was a strange combo...maybe because I despise those energy drinks anyway...don't like the taste of any of them.


        Jim
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        • Profile picture of the author waterotter
          Originally Posted by Roaddog View Post

          waterotter,
          believe it or not they sell energy drinks with alcohol.
          I always thought it was a strange combo...maybe because I despise those energy drinks anyway...don't like the taste of any of them.


          Jim
          Jim, there was something on the idiot box last week about a teenager who barely escaped death due to mixing the two. They covered a couple of other related incidents.

          I know they sell the crap in liquor stores - but, young kids know they can get a real cheap high real quick. They don't realize the possible consequences.
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          • Profile picture of the author Roaddog
            Originally Posted by waterotter View Post

            Jim, there was something on the idiot box last week about a teenager who barely escaped death due to mixing the two. They covered a couple of other related incidents.

            I know they sell the crap in liquor stores - but, young kids know they can get a real cheap high real quick. They don't realize the possible consequences.
            I know I know I sweat it all the time with my kid.
            He's into sports and thinks energy drinks are 'cool' I get severely pissed when people give him any.
            I thought it was/is a terrible idea...some of these kids have no idea.

            The question is, beside the danger to kids getting it, why would you want an energetic drunk?
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        • Profile picture of the author Richard Tunnah
          Originally Posted by Roaddog View Post

          waterotter,
          believe it or not they sell energy drinks with alcohol.
          I always thought it was a strange combo...maybe because I despise those energy drinks anyway...don't like the taste of any of them.


          Jim
          You can buy pre mixed red bull and vodka in many UK supermarkets. Popular with the younger crowd. Sounds like a nightmare to me but what does this old b*gger know?!

          Rich
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      • Profile picture of the author BlueGlobeSeo
        Originally Posted by waterotter View Post

        That's a very dangerous combination mixing energy drinks and alcohol.

        Well, I don't drink both in one go. I just have an energy drink at least an hour before drinking alcohol, so as not to easily get tipsy. Is Gatorade really considered an energy drink? Coz I have tried a mixed drink of vodka and Gatorade before.
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        • Profile picture of the author Hesaidblissfully
          Originally Posted by BlueGlobeSeo View Post

          Well, I don't drink both in one go. I just have an energy drink at least an hour before drinking alcohol, so as not to easily get tipsy. Is Gatorade really considered an energy drink? Coz I have tried a mixed drink of vodka and Gatorade before.
          Gatorade's not an energy drink. Energy drinks usually have caffeine in them. Gatorade's just supposed to keep you hydrated but doesn't give you any type of energy boost.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vector
    Earth and Water... not really but at least the water part is the truth. Water is important before you start drinking (most people start half dehydrated anyway) during and after. The other thing is once you have it save continuing drinking the 2 things that work for me are a greasy breakfast (look it up it's well talked about) eggs, bacon the works AND you got to address the headache with NSAIDs (ibuprofen). But really, best is to prevent them by the proper use of hydration and drinking (the alcohol)in moderation.
    Hope you feel better, being there done that many times over
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
      Emily, water and more water...like others have mentioned.

      I know someone who swears that fried bacon cures his hangover. I wouldn't know as it's been a long time since I've had one.
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  • Profile picture of the author greggycooper
    Try to drink hot or cold beverages. My nurse friend told me that it can help to lessen a hangover.
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  • Profile picture of the author corsleymaxwell
    The best hangover treatment is not to drink at all. No drinks, no hangover. Simple as that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Ten
    I find not ever drinking too much to be quite effective.
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin2010
    A Cold Can Of Iron-Bru

    Works for the Scottish
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Tunnah
    Emily,
    Water, a headache tablet and a bowl of cereal I reckon.

    Rich
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  • Profile picture of the author Sunfyre7896
    This is what I've found to work for the most part. I can't guarantee a lack of tiredness, BUT, you have a good chance of not having a headache or stomachache. Before I drink, I make sure I take a Milk Thistle pill (Can get from Walgreens, but cheapest at WalMart). This helps the liver to process toxins, which alcohol is for the body. Then after I get home, I drink a glass of water and try to eat on the way home or at home. The aspirin/ibuprofin is bad if you take it every time you drink because of the interaction on the liver. . . When I wake up, my 4 things to help a hangover if you can do all of them are, to eat, to drink water with some lemon or especially gatorade or something with electrolytes, also, if you can get some brewer's yeast or something with b vitamins because alcohol depletes these and they will help to energize you, to nap if possible, and a shower. Ok that last one just kind of makes you feel better a bit. . . So in summation: 1) Milk Thistle BEFORE you go out 2) After drinking, eat a meal or small meal and drink at least a glass of water 3) When you wake up, try to eat and drink water with lemon or gatorade 4) Take b vitamins or better yet, brewer's yeast or nutritional yeast 5)If you have time, take a nap or sleep in. 6) Take a shower . . . Most of these are what you probably do already, but the milk thistle will prevent a lot of the bad effects and the brewer's yeast has b vitamins which are depleted from drinking along with other vitamins and sometimes have amino acids too. Eating and drinking water also help to flush the alcohol and don't have your body on an empty stomach while you sleep with all of the alcohol in your system. Hope some of this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Monique3000
    The trick (for me and the hubby, anyway) is to drink powerade before you go out. Maybe drink another one and a bunch of water the next day and you should be OK.
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  • Profile picture of the author mmastermetallica
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    • Profile picture of the author money bubble
      Originally Posted by mmastermetallica View Post

      more cowbell
      you're my hero! But anyhoo- water is the cure... water before, during, after... & then more water. The reason for the headache: dehydration. You can combat that if you drink a glass of water after every beer or few shots. The nausea: you had waaaaaay too much to drink & you're body is having a hard time processing all of even the next day. Drink milk, get something substantial to soak some of that crap up in your tummy. Or just eat a big bowl of cereal & knock it all out at once. & if all else fails: a beer... yeah, a beer will help, but not the best idea. Unless your goal is to wake up an alchy in about 10 yrs because the only thing you do after a night of drinking is drink
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  • Profile picture of the author Andie
    Emily,
    Until I read Sal's note I thought I was only one who did the milk route....
    long ago and far away...party till the place closed and up for work at dawn...several times a week (o-thejoysof ladies nites LOL)

    Milk before I slept always seem to keep the morning after suffering away. Give it try next time

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    • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
      The absolute best remedy for a hangover is to not drink.
      Maybe that is too obvious?
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  • Profile picture of the author mari annB
    Chocolates and coffee are cure for hang overs. You can eat chocolates before you sleep of when you woke up. It is effective. I'm doing that.
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  • Profile picture of the author mari annB
    Well, I also agree that the best remedy is abstinence. There, you can prevent from experiencing hangover....
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  • Profile picture of the author Luke Bishop
    redbull and drink some more
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  • hair of the dog that bit ya. that's the best way i know.
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  • Profile picture of the author wilfredoc11
    On mine, as my experience I just drink cold water, I don't stop drinking cold water until it's not finally done. After a while I take bath for a long hours.
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    • Profile picture of the author sylviad
      My worst hangover that did not involve a headache left me shaking and paranoid. My partner ordered me a tall glass of orange juice, which helped a lot. He said it was because my blood sugar had dropped.

      So that's one thing you can try. I'm sure the Vitamins in it help, too.

      Since then, I learned to drink a lot of water right before going to bed. And I didn't get another hangover after that date. I could drink 1-1/2 bottles of wine or about 6-8 beers, or if I started early enough, I'd go through a dozen beers in a day. This usually happened when I was working - doing physical labor - cutting down trees, hanging drywall, building walls in my house, etc. The work wore off a lot of the booze.

      But when I wasn't doing that physical work at the same time, I knew I needed to drink about 2 bottles of water. It was a great relief to discover this little trick.

      Another trick that worked before I discovered the water cure was to take a couple of aspirin before bed. The problem is, I later developed ulcers because of the aspirin, so maybe that's not such a good idea, come to think of it.

      One "brainwave" some of the alcoholics I knew believed prevented them from getting drunk was to eat peanut butter before starting to drink.

      But it's too late if you wake up with a hangover. That's when I'd suggest drinking lots of orange juice to get your hydration and blood sugar back up.

      Other than that, just stay in bed until it passes.

      Boy, am I ever glad I gave up drinking alcohol 10 years ago. It was getting too expensive anyway.

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  • Profile picture of the author Charlotte Jay
    2 8oz glasses of water plus three ibuprofen.

    If you are groggy and nauseous in the morning, you can try the old medic trick I learned from a paramedic friend of mine. 15 minutes of pure oxygen. Walla! No hangover lol
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  • Profile picture of the author realpph
    The best thing in the world is to try and not get one...and not by being lame and not drinking...all you have to do is drink A LOT of water before you go to bed and depending on how much you drank you should be pretty okay...If you forget though and do wake of with a hangover a great "boost" is to drink a Gatorade...When you're hungover your body is severely lacking essential liquids and electrolytes which gaorade has! (and...this will sound wierd, but an even better cure than gatorade is coconut water...I swear it works like a chram!)
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  • Profile picture of the author aussieroo1
    Drink hot coffee or take a bath to ease that tipsy feeling on your head.
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  • Profile picture of the author nancyfitzpat
    Avoid energy Drink, coffee or anything else with caffeine in it. Caffeine will dehydrate you, contributing to a potential hangover.When you start drinking make sure you are hydrated. Make sure you stay hydrated all night by drinking water.


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  • Profile picture of the author Sweely99
    Wake 'n bake!

    Oh wait...
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  • Profile picture of the author summerbuzz
    BANANAS!!! Best way to cure a hangover is to make a banana milkshake sweetened with honey. Sweet! The banana helps calm the stomach, and with the honey, builds up the depleted blood sugar levels. Bananas are also rich in the important electrolytes, magnesium and potassium, which are severely depleted during heavy drinking...
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  • Profile picture of the author sylviad
    It doesn't look like Emily made it back here since posting her question.

    Wonder if she survived her hangover. If not, it's got to be the longest hangover is living history.

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  • Profile picture of the author CrowX
    Coke works for me usually.
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  • Profile picture of the author hireava
    pop up some pain reliever medicine, drink lots of water and have enough sleep...
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  • Profile picture of the author simplenfun
    I heard tomato juice works pretty well.
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  • Profile picture of the author traficmaster
    you need a fryed fish and mash-pot
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  • Profile picture of the author thebalance
    Everything that has a lot of salt in it!

    Pickled Cucumbers for example!
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  • Profile picture of the author Chloe Clado
    Right before you pass out for the night... Guzzle a big ol' bottle of Gatorade and throw back a few of your favorite pain relievers (ibuprofen, aspirin, whatever).

    Hasn't failed me.
    Yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarielleLauren
    Just a short list: Greasy food, water, a bloody mary, and some of my friends like to drink redbull, but I don't really like it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Emily Meeks
    Bwahaha Sylvia

    Thanks for all the tips everybody. I've definitely learned my lesson... I'm keeping all of the above in mind, and I probably won't be drinking brandy again. Brandy must be my bane, HA.

    I do like my water...
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  • Profile picture of the author xtinedayle72
    I think for me what works when I am hang over is drinking hot soup and noodles then sit back for a while then that's it! I don't know to the others.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ishakir
    Aspirin..
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  • Profile picture of the author steve24
    Nice topic ahh..my cure on my hang over is to take a show for 30 minutes and take some coffee if its not effective i drink again like a couple of bottle and make a sleep and after that its okay..haha
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  • Profile picture of the author AngryBird141
    Water, water, water.........and tomato juice. Works all the time.
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    • Profile picture of the author payment proof
      The best cure is not drinking in the first place.

      The second best cure is

      Originally Posted by AngryBird141 View Post

      Water, water, water.........
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
    Vitamin B12
    Grapeseed Extract
    Pint of Gatorade

    - Before bed and upon wake.

    Job done!
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    • Profile picture of the author TimPhelan
      Avoiding a hangover is simple: just build up your tolerance. Each day drink a bit more than the day before and before you know it you won't be able to have a hangover even if you tried.
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      • Profile picture of the author JBorhez
        Originally Posted by mmastermetallica View Post

        more cowbell
        Originally Posted by TimPhelan View Post

        Avoiding a hangover is simple: just build up your tolerance. Each day drink a bit more than the day before and before you know it you won't be able to have a hangover even if you tried.
        Too funny!!
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  • Same as some people already said, loads of water before sleeping.

    And of course the mandatory kebab-pizza the next day
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Best cure has to be sleep
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  • Profile picture of the author pennington33
    More Beer lmao!
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  • Profile picture of the author mongsky
    for me i just sleep it out
    if throw away the alarm clock and sleep until your head stops spinning
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Barboza
    a cold beer is what I took yesterday for my hangover. I couldn't stop and got drunk again
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  • Profile picture of the author albertosm
    another round of beer
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  • Profile picture of the author casdir
    The best cure for a hangover is not to drink so much next time LOL The next best thing is to drink lots of water
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  • Profile picture of the author JaySam
    When you're not feeling well with the hangover, it is simply your body is dehydrated then try to replenish your body with Gatorade and also sleeping will help improving your body's condition.
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  • Profile picture of the author eurekapsycrille
    Just drink supeeeer cold soft drink and you're done!
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert Michael
    I'm not gonna read all 80 posts in here so forgive me if this has been said, but I speak from experience so trust me on this:

    You might be hesitant to do it, or you might not.. But drink a beer - No more hangover.

    I can't even count the times I've had to do this when I was younger and still party-crazy. lol but it does work.
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      Originally Posted by Whos That Guru View Post

      I'm not gonna read all 80 posts in here so forgive me if this has been said, but I speak from experience so trust me on this:

      You might be hesitant to do it, or you might not.. But drink a beer - No more hangover.

      I can't even count the times I've had to do this when I was younger and still party-crazy. lol but it does work.
      A beer or 12!

      We just used to do another day / night of drinking with half as much.
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  • Profile picture of the author awesummer
    For some it's coffee or softdrinks.

    But for me, water for hydration and definitely sleep..
    I also agree with the above post, hehe, drinking a bottle of beer and sleeping afterwards works faster.
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  • Profile picture of the author Suthan M
    When I have a hangover, I wont be sitting looking for them.. You wil find me sleeping in one corner :-p
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