Discussing :: Avoiding a Wine Hangover

We've all been there. Those times in our lives when we swear that alcohol will never again touch our lips. These instances usually happen in the early mornings, with the cracks from the bathroom linoleum digging into our knees and our contact lenses glued to our eyeballs as if holding on for dear life, afraid that the heaves of our stomach will cause them to fall out. With alcohol freely flowing - booze oozing out of bottles, people professing their love for each other, glasses of wine practically filling themselves up - it's easy to forget the hangover that awaits in the coming hours. Lurking in the bathroom, hiding beneath the sink or behind a... read full article

#11

Avoiding a Wine Hangover

Water is good but Replace (the stuff you should drink when working out) is better. It has all the extra good stuff you need that your body uses doing something else - like trying to get rid of the alcohol etc. in your system.

#12

Avoiding a Wine Hangover

Try to drink as much as makes you happy and not too much that you can't remember to drink a bucket load of water before you crash- it really helps that next morning hangover.

#13

Avoiding a Wine Hangover

Had more than a few wine hangovers, they're the worst but drinking the wine the night before is the best! So what can you do? All of above I guess :-).

#14

Avoiding a Wine Hangover

Ha! easy to say now when to say when and have a glass of water between drinks but who remembers to or even wants to half way through a big drinking session!

#15

Avoiding a Wine Hangover

Just stay drunk....solves it all :)

#16

Avoiding a Wine Hangover

Thanks a lot frank, always got the best advice for anything!

#17

Avoiding a Wine Hangover

Drink slowly and less alcohol will be ingested and less amount will reach the brain cells because you will give the body more time to burn up the alcohol. also Take an over the counter painkiller "cocktail" before going to bed after a night of alcohol drinking with plenty of water. This will help decrease the severity of the hangover the next morning. Put two aspirin or alka-seltzer tablets to dissolve in a large glass of water and drink it before falling asleep.

#18

Avoiding a Wine Hangover

2-3 Glasses of water before bed, you can't go wrong. No dehydration = no hangover! : ]

#19

I do all of these but still suffer, it takes me about 3 days to fully recover. This is why i hardly ever drink. 10 years ago i could drink on friday and then go out again on Saturday. I think that hangovers get worse as you get older. I am now 30 and i guess getting up to two children makes it worse. I do drink on special occasions and i do pace myself with regular waters in between. I think its one thing for me to suffer but my kids shouldn't have to too as i wouldn't be able to care for them as good as i can when not hungover. Kids and alcohol don't mix.

#20

is there a difference between a "wine" hangover and other types of hangovers? Or are wine hangovers more elegant than others in some ways??!?

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