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Do Tell: How Do You Recover From a Wild Night Out?

For those of you who look forward to the weekends all week long, chances are Friday night fun means a late night and possibly a few too many drinks! Going all out can make Saturday morning lack its usual prestige, especially when you’re too tired to even enjoy it. Some of us have to take a rest day, while others hit the gym or another bar! Everyone is different, so do tell, how do you recover from a wild night out?

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skigurl skigurl 7 years
and don't drink too many vodka/redbulls or jagerbombs because the redbull will wake you up in the morning and make it so you can't fall back asleep...and a lot of a hangover is due to lack of sleep as opposed to tons of alcohol
skigurl skigurl 7 years
it all depends on the night. this advice comes from a pro. trust me. 1. don't drink too much sugary stuff 2. stop drinking earlier in the night if you can (no need to get drunker at 1pm when you're only heading home to bed soon) 3. don't drink too early - i've made the mistake of starting with vodka before dinner and 8 hours later i'm in big trouble 4. eat something before bed 5. drink 2 litres of water before bed 6. have advil before bed 7. sleep at much as possible...a nap will make a hangover go away if you really fall asleep hard 8. greasy food in the morning 9. tums 10. excedrine migraine the next day (has caffeine in it) 11. powerade helps the one major key, however, is that having an hour less sleep will help you out in the long run if it means avoiding going to sleep hammered....stay awake until you sober up a bit....because that way at least you won't feel like throwing up in the morning, though you might be a bit more tired oh yah and if you need to, throw up before bed to get as much booze out of your tummy as possible
Jeny Jeny 7 years
run or work out to sweat it out, relax a bit, and then head out for a strong bloody mary!
TidalWave23 TidalWave23 7 years
Usually something carbonated to settle my stomach...gingerale or diet coke are my favorites. I usually take an aleve and get plenty of rest. But above all... I have to eat Chipotle to cure my hangover. A Burrito bol (or sometimes a cheeseburger) will get me right back at 110% in no time.
Manoukia Manoukia 7 years
Lots of water before going to bed, and some pain med that contains e.g. ibuprofen. No Paracetamol or Tylenol because the liver already has to deal with breaking down the alcohol, and both drugs affect the liver metabolism. The next day: lots of fresh fruit and vegetables, salads. Bland food like steamed rice and vegetables if the hangover is bad and the stomach feels queasy. Fat food - unless it's fat from e.g. olive oil, walnut, safflower - is another urban myth, as it also affects the liver metabolism.
jclarev jclarev 7 years
hair of the dog. when you can't sleep the day away, have a beer or a shot, whatever you drank the night before, it won't get you drunk, or even buzzed, but it will make you feel so much better. that and greasy food for lunch will make you forget last night.
lovelie lovelie 7 years
Hmm, usually I try to switch to water at some point in the night, or if I started with harder drinks, go to beer. The next morning I do a honey mask, a naked juice, and a hot shower. That usually does it for me.
356UIK 356UIK 7 years
1. Coffee 2. Chocolate Milk 3. Face Mask (cos I usually forget to wash my face and dont want to break out) 4. Couch
momma-tikita momma-tikita 7 years
whats a wild night?
baybelle baybelle 7 years
Ibuprofen + paracetamol mix when I wake up early in the morning, lots of water and back to bed for a few hours more! When I wake up properly, I'll have breakfast with orange juice and a vitamin. My body could deal with hangovers at one time and I could still be functional, but it's just not as easy any more!! I try to make sure I don't have much to do the next day because it's usually a total loss.
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 7 years
Water between every drink and loads of it before I go to bed. Wake up to a glass of water, a cup of coffee and if I feel really shocking mix lemon juice and a spoon of sugar with warm water and throw it down. It tastes gnarly but chase it with a berocca and your set.
bugsbrat bugsbrat 7 years
two paracetamol with three glasses of water and then sleep! perfect in the morning!
JessNess JessNess 7 years
It depends on the type of hangover- the whole body hangover or the stomach hangover. The whole body hangover usually involves hanging out in bed with tons of water and a burrito (generally a classic burrito from El Pollo Loco) Stomach hangovers to me suck more because I generally feel great until I try to eat then I feel like complete shit. All I can do with that is not eat and just drink tons of water
LoveSarah LoveSarah 7 years
I drink water in between drinks. And then down a whole glass right before bed and pop some tylenol. Plus I make sure I have plenty of time to sleep in the next day. (:
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years
If it was a bad night...McDonalds, joints, lay in bed :) Sometimes tho I get an urge to clean and do that :P
runningesq runningesq 7 years
McDonalds. Sleep. Complain. :P
LaurenG22 LaurenG22 7 years
Work out if I can. Running seems to get rid of the toxins (plus it forces me to drink more water!)
kellyphoto kellyphoto 7 years
I am currently nursing a hang over right now. Go me! A few people seem to agree with my philosophy of "drink water until you puke or feel better." If you wake up continuously during the night it's because your body is dehydrated, so get up and drink water then too. It depends on the hangover, this morning I woke up and crawled into a hot bath then returned to bed. Now I am going to eat a large meal and drink more water!
cotedazur cotedazur 7 years
I drink as much water as I can as soon as you get home, and sleep with a bottle of water next to the bed for when I wake up in the middle of the night. If I still have a headache after all the water, I go for a short run the next morning, and when I get back the night of drinking is completely forgotten.
MzKita MzKita 7 years
It sounds weird but I ALWAYS crave eggs aftr a big night of drinking. So the next morning, its usually eggs (prepared any way), tea, ibuprofen, and water (a given). I just wish I had remedies 4 the more visible effects (puffy face, dull complexion, etc.)
kaiyakon kaiyakon 7 years
I take a B vitamin BEFORE going out drinking. Also, drink a ton of water before hand, try to drink some during, and definitely drink water afterward.
princess_eab princess_eab 7 years
Everything bagel with one egg and cheese, large coffee, 2 liters of water, vitamins, extra sleep!!
heartbreakerx62x heartbreakerx62x 7 years
Greasy breakfast and mimosas!
sparklestar sparklestar 7 years
When I do drink I'll just make sure to drink plenty of water. I usually don't feel like doing anything though the night after a big night out. ;p
Witchy-Ways Witchy-Ways 7 years
I usually drink warm base powder water. It works like magic for me.
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