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Too much fun with alcohol almost always leads to terrible discomfort the following day in the form of a “hangover.” With the nausea, weakness, headache and other pervasive hangover symptoms affecting you physically and mentally, it can be almost impossible to function
If you’ve spent a night drinking, chances are you’re going to be hungover in the morning – and if you’re hungover, you’re dehydrated. We’ve mentioned on this blog before how dehydration contributes to hangover symptoms, and you might think the best method to combat your morning hangover is to guzzle water.
With airlines constantly jacking up their fees for checked luggage and carry-on baggage, it really pays to pack light. If you’re planning a trip to Vegas, there’s a lot you can safely leave at home and a few things you’ll definitely want to bring along.
It’s not hard to find a drink in Vegas. From ubiquitous liquor stores to complementary watered-down offerings at every slot joint, Las Vegas is brimming with booze. But what if you’re looking for a little something more than weak well drinks and mass market beer? Here are three Las Vegas hotels that contain some amazingly good bars.
As mentioned in several other Hangover Heaven blog posts, dehydration is one of the major causes of hangovers. Alcoholic beverages may be refreshing to your taste buds, yet they don’t provide the hydration your body needs and actually leach water from your system.
One thing that I believe is drastically underestimated is the effect of “Working While Hungover (WWH)” or “Driving While Hungover (DWH)” This is a much bigger problem than most people think.