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Hangovers often leave you with a combination of less-than-desirable symptoms. Nausea, stomach upset, headache... no thanks. Although there's no guarantee of a diet that will cure you of your pain, you may be able to offer some relief.
All the buzz but no headache? No way!
You'll look revived and well-rested in no time!
Hydrate! Even if you can't drink a glass of water between each alcoholic drink, at the very least, try to drink a massive glass of water when you get home and again when you wake up the next day. This will have the greatest impact on how you feel the next day.
Lots of water, a few slices of ginger, yoga and a cold shower: these are things that will help demolish your hangover woes
From burned toast to raw eggs, there is no shortage of "hangover cures" to fix what ails you. Here's the science behind the
We've all had insufferable hangovers with pounding headaches and the inability to function after consuming alcohol. And for
Stay in bed. Hunker down under the covers. Read Sheila Heti's How Should A Person Be? and highlight the passages that you feel specifically apply to your life. Eat too many cookies. Let your cat lick your face clean, but stop her when she tries to groom your eyebrows.
Even the most moderate drinkers tend to take it up a notch on New Year's Eve. Blame the omnipresence of booze, the great
In this season of being merry, there may be a morning or two when you've woken up, cracked one eye open, and then heard the thunderous roar of Christmas bells ringing -- in your head. Ding, dong, ding. What's done is done and we're not here to lecture, we're here to help.