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How To Prevent A Hangover - Just Don't Drink

Updated on July 4, 2014

Would you like to know how to prevent a hangover? Just don't drink, and your hangover problems are solved.

Have you ever drank so much alcohol that you feel like you are going to die in the morning? I sure remember those dark days of hell. You swear that you will never drink again right?

How many times have you said those most famous words the morning after you were so drunk? I know it only takes a day or so to get your head back on straight and feeling back to your old self, and then once you feel back in shape the cycle starts all over again with drinking and abusing alcohol and being prepared for that massive hangover the next morning.


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Only If We Didn't Drink Too Much

If we only drank responsible and not overdue our intake of alcohol none of us would get a hangover. The big problem with so many people is that they don't know when enough is enough and continue to drink till they can't walk or speak without slurring their words.

All of us can have just as much fun having a drink or two, and just being social and not drink like there was no tomorrow. That was one of my biggest problems. I never knew when enough was enough. I needed to get a buzz better than the last one, just as many others do.

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So Called Remedies To Cure and Prevent A Hangover

Really? I see on the net many things and remedies to cure and even prevent a hangover created by drinking too much alcohol the night before.

Granted, this stuff may work, but I wouldn't know because I never tried them. I just suffered with the morning hangover and swear to myself, "I will never drink again!" That is some funny stuff, "I will never drink again." How many times have you said that to yourself laying in bed the morning after a hard night of drinking?

What happens after your head clears and you are feeling back to your old self? Right, you start to drink again, and just pray this time you won't get that horrible hangover the next morning.

Like I said, these pills and home made remedies may work for some people, but the easiest way to prevent a hangover is NOT to drink too much.

I know it is hard to stop once you are having a so called great time at a party or any function. I can relate to it really. Alcohol makes you feel good up to a certain extent, and that is when you have had too much of it.

It Is Really A Simple Thing To Prevent That Hangover

When you really sit down and think about these hangovers you continue to get each time you drink alcohol, you may want to ask yourself, "why in the world am I torturing myself with these avoidable hangovers?"

It is really a simple answer, but so many people just don't want to hear the answer their mind is giving them. Don't drink so much, and if you know you have an addiction to alcohol you may want to think about stopping drinking all together, and I can guarantee you will never get a hangover ever again. That is a PROMISE!

So I guess, if you want to continue to torture your body, and suffer with massive hangovers every time you over drink, then I guess your answer to yourself is, "I don't care!"

For myself, I haven't had a hangover in almost five years and believe I don't miss that one bit. It feels so great to wake up in the morning with a clear mind and ready for a new day, instead of staying in bed and drinking tons of fluids from cotton mouth.

Drinking and getting drunk may seem to be fun at the time, but the consequences in the end is not worth it at all, but that is just me. Others may think so different.

So if you are tired of those massive hangovers and the way you feel after a hard night of drinking, then try at least to cut back or stop drinking all together. Your body will thank you really. After all, don't forget all of us only have on body and one life to live!

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    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      4 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      Dianna thanks so much for stopping by as you always do. that is the easiest way right? Don't drink and everyone will be fine :)

    • teaches12345 profile image

      Dianna Mendez 

      4 years ago

      Good advice, Mark. The best way to prevent a hangover is to simply not drink. Great message for the masses!

    • the clean life profile imageAUTHOR

      Mark Bruno 

      4 years ago from New Jersey Shore

      Bill, don't feel bad I never thought of it either. happy sober 4th my friend!

    • billybuc profile image

      Bill Holland 

      4 years ago from Olympia, WA

      LOL....Duh! How come I never thought of that?

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