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10 Tips And Tricks To Help Prevent (And Cure) Any Hangover

What is the worst part about being hung over? It might be knowing that you did all of this to yourself. Plus, the worse you feel, the more money you probably spent to make yourself feel this way. It c

What is the worst part about being hung over? It might be knowing that you did all of this to yourself. Plus, the worse you feel, the more money you probably spent to make yourself feel this way. It can be in those awful initial moments of waking up the next day that you wonder why on earth you would ever drink. There are so many other ways to spend money, I mean heck, you could have spent your night making puzzles! But nope, you drank, and now you are sitting there and your head is pounding.

I have lost track of the number of times that I have stated that I am never going to drink again. If you are reading this list, then you may be uttering a very similar sentence this morning. I hate to drop the spoiler bomb on you, but it probably won’t be your last time drinking. So if you do find yourself with some alcohol in your vicinity again, make sure you are prepared.

There are steps that you can take the night before that will drastically reduce the impact of any upcoming hangover. You just have to hope that you are not too drunk to forget to do them! For those who are already feeling the hangover, it may feel like there is nothing you can do but sit there and wallow in your own misery. That isn’t true! There are cures for anything that ails you, and you are far from the first person to ever suffer from a hangover. By properly utilizing both the techniques to eliminate, and then prevent, you are setting yourself up to actually feel like a human the next day instead of a hung over husk of a person, and who doesn't want that?

10 More Alcohol

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9 Water, Water and More Water

8 Take Some Medication

7 Sleep

6 Eat Greasy Food

5 Drink Gatorade or Coconut Water

4 Do Not Smoke

3 Exercise

2 Hot Bath/Hot Shower/Hot Tub

1 Have Coffee

Now this definitely depends on how much coffee you normally drink, but coffee can be a great kickstart for the next day. The last thing you want to be doing is compounding your already existing headache with a caffeine withdrawal if you are used to some coffee in the morning. That being said, give your body some time to wake up before slamming some coffee back. You don’t know how your hangover is going to feel and perhaps sleep will be a far more viable option than coffee. If you find that you need to get moving in the morning coffee may be the only trick to get your body moving.

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