Ah, New Year’s Eve….the parties, the food, the champagne…the hangover.
While there are no sure-fire ways to cure that nasty headache, nausea, fatigue and general yuckiness, there are a few things you can do to help your body recover from too much alcohol last night–namely, select yoga poses. More
As we are busy making plans for New Year’s Eve, it’s safe to assume that many of us want to know how exactly we can prevent a hangover after consuming one too many alcoholic drinks tonight. While there has yet to be a sure-fire way to do so, there are some tips that can lessen tomorrow’s headache, fatigue, nausea and general sense of misery. Take a look: More
Due to the unfortunate timing of Halloween this year (in the middle of a giant hurricane, as well as in the middle of the week), there’s a good chance that a lot of us may not be celebrating quite as exuberantly as we usually would. But if you’re not a huge drinker, even a few cocktails at a party (or glasses of wine as you’re hunkered down in your storm-proofed apartment) could spell an unfortunate hangover come Thursday morning. But with a little common sense, you, too, can be the day-after daze. More
If the “hair of the dog” hangover cure doesn’t appeal to you the morning after, no worries, you can just jump on board the Hangover Heaven bus–a new “after-party bus” that promises to cure your hangover in 45 minutes–without making you down another beer with your eggs. It’s a sure-fire way to appeal to those of us who have sworn “never again” after a few too many–or is it? More