Hangover


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    Drank too much last night whilst on holiday and am now puking and crapping my guts out. Any tips to help recover faster would be appreciated. Thanks in advance

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    You're on holiday so can get away with cocktails at all times = Bloody Mary! Great for hangovers

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    hair of the dog.

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    either sleep or just drink more :L

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    (Original post by Welsh Leprecaun)
    Drank too much last night whilst on holiday and am now puking and crapping my guts out. Any tips to help recover faster would be appreciated. Thanks in advance
    Sleep and being sick helps.x

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    Cup of tea before I go to bed ALWAYS prevents a hangover for me. Just drink plenty of water and get some fresh air!

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    Chocolate Milk and a shower in which you alternate between extremely hot and extremely cold every five or so seconds.

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    sleeep it off

    also water and very very bland food. rice / bread normally works for me.

    also you've probably lost loads of fluids, so take some electrolytes etc.

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    I find eating bananas helps a lot!!! Sleep and a shower and you will be right as rain and ready to start again!!

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    Lots of coffee and fresh air work wonders on me.

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    The symptoms of a hangover are caused by the bad nights sleep you get because of the alcohol in your system and dehydration. You need to drink lots of water (next time drink before going to bed), and get some sleep.

    Also, people saying being sick helps are wrong. The body removes ethanol by converting it to acetic acid to be respired (or stored as fat), and one of the half way points, is ethanal. Ethanal is what makes you sick. Chundering when out drinking the night before removes alcohol in your stomach and so you have a reduced hangover. But chundering in the morning does nothing, as the alcohol is in the system, and you can do nothing about it.

    Far too many heavy nights, have bore wisdom...

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    Not being a lightweight.

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    Eggs, a banana and fruit juice. This is meant to replenish sugars and chemicals lost through drinking, so I'm told. Works for me anyway.

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    (Original post by Derfel)
    Not being a lightweight.
    8 budweisers, 3 gin and tonics and a shot of vodka.



    Thanks for the tips though everyone - starting to feel better

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    Greasy pork sandwich served in a dirty ashtray.

    :ahee:

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    Huh, I thought this thread was about the film. I need glasses man.

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    (Original post by Welsh Leprecaun)
    8 budweisers, 3 gin and tonics and a shot of vodka.



    Thanks for the tips though everyone - starting to feel better
    Previous comment still stands.

    A soup and noodles for breakfast helps though.

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    (Original post by Welsh Leprecaun)
    8 budweisers, 3 gin and tonics and a shot of vodka.



    Thanks for the tips though everyone - starting to feel better
    Not exactly a huge haul , you should try going to lectures after a rugby social. Even so, next time down a few pint of water before bed and in the morning a nice cold shower and lots of fruit juice and tea work well for me .

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    drink lots of water and sleep it off

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    Sleep, and hearty food - just eat slowly. Also drink tons of water - for future reference it is better to do this before you go to sleep.

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