Worst hangover ever......?!

Question: Worst hangover ever!.!.!.!.!.!.!?
Okay, I'm suffering badly today - yet another reminder that I'm not 18 anymore!. I didn't even think I'd had that much to drink last night!.

Anyway, I am now in a position where I think I've possibly regurgitated the whole of my stomach lining, and can't even keep water down (so how the hell am I supposed to rehydrate myself!?)

I don't think I'm ready to eat yet - the thought of food is quickly overcome by the thought of it coming back up again!. A fry up would look so much nicer before it has been chewed/swallowed etc!.

Any suggestions!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

curl up on the sofa under the duvet and watch some Cr*p telly!.(with bucket beside you)
avoid orange juice & coffee!.
Maybe sip some milk!? cold, as if it comes back up it will feel nice on your throat!.
get friend to get you a mc donalds as it is the best hang over food ever!.
dont stand up to quick as you will get dizzy!.
good luck!.
maybe brushing your teeth will also make you feel a bit better - the worst thing for me about hang overs is the feeling something died in my mouth!.
Good luck!.

good cure for hangover is fruit salad, milk, water of course or warm chicken stock ;d i would avoid any painkillers, but the best way to avoid hangover if u r drinking vodka for example is to drink it with still water for example drink one shot of vodka and one glass of water!. If u don't want to get drunk very fast you should eat something very rich in fat and im not talking about mc salad!. for 99% you will not get drunk on party but you will be drunk tomorrow ;)Www@FoodAQ@Com

If you live near an oxygen bar, I highly recommend it!. Pure oxygen works wonders on hangovers!. Eventually you need to drink something to hydrate yourself!. Water is best but ginger ale, tea, cola is better than nothing!.

My complete list of hangover helpers are

Water (or other fluids)
Relax in a hot tub
Get a Massage
If you have access to a pool, a relaxing soak/swim in cool water helpsWww@FoodAQ@Com

dont drink any more water right now because it will just make you throw up again!. drink soda, in small amounts until your stomach feels a little better and then eat something, the greasier the better!. my personal fav hangover cure is burger king chicken tenders and fries!. Then after you eat you will be able to drink plenty of water to rehydrate!. feel better:)Www@FoodAQ@Com

First of all take some Alka seltzer!. It will not only help settle your stomach, but it will also help with that hangover headache!.

Then eat a few saltine crackers and a cup of chicken broth!. This will put something in your stomach!. If that stays down, I recommend a greasy lunch!.!.!.!.cheeseburger and fries!. It always seems to work for me!

I feel your pain, getting old isn't for sissies!

Drink flat sprite!.!. Its supposed to help with the throwing up part!.!. When you go drinking, open up a bottle of sprite and leave it out for when you get home, and if you're throwing up wait a while and drink some!.!.!. If you dont come home throwing up, then save it for next time!.!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

I always use the tips in the link below, they always work for me no matter how bad I'm feeling:


if you cant keep the alka selzer down eat chopped ice to keep you hydraded,this will probably stay down,good luckWww@FoodAQ@Com

cherry pop-tars!. They are the best cure for a hangover!. Playing golf also helps!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Hangovers and How to Deal With Them - Partybody
Ever wake up from a great night of partying and say, “This is the last time that I’m ever drinking,”!? Your head throbs, you’re nauseous, you’re tired, your body aches and you have diarrhea!. These are all symptoms of what could be considered every party goers version of kryptonite, the hangover!. But, what if there was a cure to this dreaded party foul!?

Some believe that hangovers are caused by the methanol and acetone toxins which are found in some alcohols!. Others believe its simply the dehydration, being that alcohol is a diuretic (a drug that increases urination and flushes fluids from the body)!. However, Mack Mitchell, M!.D!., vice president of the Alcoholic Beverage Medical Research Foundation in Baltimore, and assistant professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University, believes that the chief cause of hangover is acute withdrawal from alcohol!. “The cells in your brain physically change in response to the alcohol’s presence; when the alcohol is gone, you go through withdrawal until those cells get used to doing without the alcohol!.” Couple that with the effects alcohol has on the blood vessels in your head (they can swell significantly), and you end up wishing that you had never woke up!.

Which alcohol is worse!?

From worst to best: bourbon, whiskey, brandy, rum, red wine, white wine, gin and vodka!. The British Medical Journal did tests that showed drinking bourbon whiskey is twice as likely to cause a hangover than the same amount of vodka!.

Techniques to avoid a hangover:

The best and safest way to prevent hangovers is to limit yourself to 1-2 drinks!.

Drink slowly!. The slower you drink, the less alcohol reaches the brain (even if you end up consuming more)!. The reason is simple math: Your body burns alcohol at a fixed rate—about an ounce an hour!. Give it more time to burn that alcohol, and less reaches your blood and brain!.

Drink on a full stomach!. “This is probably the single best thing you can do besides drinking less to reduce the severity of a hangover,” Dr!. Mitchell says!. “Food slows the absorption of alcohol, and the slower you absorb it, the less alcohol actually reaches the brain!.” The kind of food you eat doesn\'t matter much!. Eating well before you go out, during alcohol consumption, and sometimes after is important!. Breads and pasta particularly slow absorption of alcohol into the blood stream!. So do milk and other dairy products!.

Take some extra vitamin C before going to bed!. Some even suggest taking extra vitamin C for a few days before imbibing a lot!.

Drink the right drinks!. What you drink can play a major role in what your head feels like the next morning, according to Kenneth Blum, Ph!.D!. The chief villains are congeners!. “Congeners are higher order alcohols!. (ethanol is the one we commonly call ‘alcohol’ but there are many others!.) They are found in essentially all alcoholic beverages,” Dr!. Blum says!. “How they work isn’t known, but they’re closely related to the amount of pain you experience after drinking!.”

The least perilous concoction is vodka!. The most perilous is bourbon!. Cognac and other brandies as well as single malt scotches are close behind!. These are followed by blended scotch and other whiskeys and champagnes of all kinds (here it’s the bubbles that are the problem)!. Red wine can be a problem, but for a different reason!. It contains tyramine, a histamine-like substance that can produce a killer headache!. Gin and white wine are almost as benign as vodka, but in sufficient quantity, any form of alcohol can do you in!. Avoid sweet tropical mixed drinks such as zombies and pina coladas, also, avoid eating sugary foods such as cookies, cakes and chocolate!. You tend to drink more than you realize, because the sugar makes it difficult to sense how much alcohol you are consuming!.

Avoid the bubbly!. And that doesn’t mean just champagne!. Dr!. Mitchell and Dr!. Blum agree!. Anything with bubbles in it (rum and Coke is just as bad as champagne) is a special hazard!. The bubbles put the alcohol into your bloodstream much more quickly!. Your liver can’t keep up; the alcohol overflow pours into your bloodstream!.

Be size sensitive!. With few exceptions, there\'s no way a 110-pounder can go one-on-one with a 250-pound drinker and wake up the winner!. So scale down your drinks!. To come out even, the 110-pounder can handle about half the alcohol of the 250-pounder!.

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Take Alka-Seltzer at bedtime!. “There\'s no hard scientific data on this, but my own clinical experience and that of a lot of others says that water and Alka-Seltzer before going to bed can make your hangover much less of a problem,” says John Brick, Ph!.D!. Others claim that two aspirin tablets (which is really Alka-Seltzer without the fizz) can also help!. However, non-prescription pWww@FoodAQ@Com

I know your pain! The last time I felt that way I wanted something cold!. I had some popsicles that I kept for my grandson so I sucked on a few of them!. I had some gatorade and drank a little of that!. I keep gingerale on hand and I drank some of that at room temperature!. It helped clean the!.!.well to be nice!.!.!.the gooky stuff from my throat!. Then I had some chicken noodle soup in the pantry and had just the broth of that!. When that settled ok in my tummy, I took some tylenol and some hot tea!. I kept it very simple and by the afternoon I was feeling much better!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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