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HUNGOVERFender
Jul 5, 2002 11:46 AM
I had my going away party last night, which ended early today, say 5am. I had around 10-12 beers and I am VERY hungover. Any remedies???
re: HUNGOVERThe Walrus
Jul 5, 2002 11:58 AM
Sobriety?
Sobriety is overratedmickey-mac
Jul 5, 2002 12:08 PM
Besides it doesn't help to cure your current condition. Take a couple of Advil, eat a big greasy chili-cheese burger, take some vitamin b, and drink lots of water. Mostly, you just have to let it run its course. I had a lot of fun drinking in my younger days, but I don't miss the hangovers. Good luck.
strong mixture of gatorade/cytomax and rest...(nm)ColnagoFE
Jul 5, 2002 12:26 PM
I feel your pain, Fenderempacher6seat
Jul 7, 2002 10:23 AM
I too, am currently hung over after drinking around the same amount of beer as you did last night!

I usually just drink lots of water and go back to bed for a little while. Seems to work fine. Then again, the worst my hangovers get is a very small headache and a sore stomach, nothing unreasonable.

I've seen these "anti-hangover" pills in drug stores. Has anyone used those? Do they work?
works for me...sctri
Jul 9, 2002 11:17 AM
If you think that you are headed out for a big night (early morning..) then mix up a bottle of gatorade, and put it beside where ever you think that you will be sleeping, sip it as soon as you arrive home if you can, and when you wake up, if you can remember... because when u wake up, you will be thirsty as hell, and probly wont wanna move...

good luck with that...
rc

ps. drink canadian brewed beer!
too late for this one, but next timejw25
Jul 9, 2002 11:48 AM
I always drink a big glass of water (or juice) and take a b-complex before bed if I've been imbibing. I do make sure to empty the bladder as well, especially if I was drinking beer.
Most of the hangover symptoms are really dehydration, mixed with some breakdown products of the alcohol, but the fluids plus vitamins seem to work well. I'd also keep a glas of water next to the bed, for when you wake up all cotton-mouthed, and maybe some aspirin/advil if you really tied one on.