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Hangovers

Discussion in 'Whatnots' started by Sniper, Oct 21, 2001.

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    [​IMG] Sniper;

    The reason you get a hangover is that your body is dehydrated after a night of drinking. The Water / Gatoraide re-hydrates you and there-by takes away the headache, stiffness & cotton mouth.
     
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    not meaning to be thick again but whats gatoraide?
     
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    [​IMG] A sports drink.
     
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    Caffee, foods with sugar, water. And watch stupid TV shows!
     
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    Are *you* Scierosis?
     
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    [​IMG] Doesn't that make it worse to drink beer in the morning or when you get up?
     
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    Not for me, I'm an alcoholic.:sosad:
     
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    They're right, y'know. Sometimes you just have to bite the dog that bit you. The other part of a hangover that everyone neglected to mention was alcohol withdrawl. This, of course, can be negated by having a beer or two with your hearty breakfast. I like to slam a lot of milk too, it just feels refreshing.

    Now if only I could wake up early enough to catch that tiny troll before he shits in my mouth. :sleep: :flaming: ( :lol: )
     
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    sniper, i have had my share of hangovers ;) and for me i find that distilled water helps a lot. Have a power bar, or something of the like for breakfast, and frankly i don't suggest you eat much, especially if it is heavy food (you'll vomit). do not by any means take any pills, and if you really think you need medicine, take a very light *liquid* pain reliever.
     
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    Hangover? Hmmm---definetly remember the last one. EEEWWWWWW My advice---don't get one.

    Drink a glass of water occasionally between drinks. When you get home eat a something bread-like, take two tylenol and a shower, and then go to bed.

    [This message has been edited by Satiana Fearbringer (edited October 28, 2001).]
     
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    Mix strong coffee with furious 96% alcohol. Handle with care. No hangover the next day. Well, not a big one anyway.
     
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    [​IMG] i had a weird experience when drunk ... it's like this...

    I was my mates 18th b'day party and i got totally smashed. I had 2 litres of this vodka red square, 9 shots of a variety of 40% drinks, some vodka jelly with the odd half bottle of carling or bicardi breeze (they took em' of me :sad:) anyway, i was smashed as you could probably predict. Anyway i had loads of water ... i think it came into the double figures in terms of glasses of water and it seemed to somehow have no effect on me . Keep in mind, this is after all the drinking. Howcome? Oh yeah, i woke up with a tiny buzzing in my head that was a slight annoyance ... was that a hangover?
     
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    I can drink my husband under the table any day of the week ... its all mental. If you let yourself get drunk, you'll get drunk.

    Also, I generally drink water all day, every day. If you are a healthy person who gets enough water, hangovers aren't a problem.

    Also, make sure you get enough salt. Kinda like the gatoraid thing ...
     
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    [​IMG] a quick note to all the english people, gatorade is lucozade
     
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