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12/29 DR. JOE ALTON, HOW TO AVOID/RECOVER FROM A NEW YEAR'S HANGOVER

12/29 DR. JOE ALTON, HOW TO AVOID/RECOVER FROM A NEW YEAR'S HANGOVER

DR. JOE ALTON - DISASTER PREPAREDNESS EXPERT & AUTHOR - HOW TO AVOID/RECOVER FROM A NEW YEAR'S HANGOVERFor you teetotalers, a hangover is a group of symptoms that occur in many people after a night of drinking. Hangovers vary in appearance and severity, but one thing is sure: You'd rather not have one. Consider these options as you try to pick yourself off the floor:Drink some fluids.   You're dehydrated, and some water, Gatorade, or juice (without alcohol, please) will help you recover faster. Skip acidic juices like orange juice; they won't help your upset stomach.Go back to bed. The more sleep you can get, the more you'll sleep through some of the worst part of a hangoverTake a headache medicine. Ibuprofen can help your headache, but it can irritate  your stomach. Tylenol might be a better choice, but is associated with liver disease if you're a heavy drinker.Eat something. You might be nauseous, but a little chicken broth and some crackers will hel

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