Ice Breathing?

Drink an ice-cold beer or a cold glass of wine. Bring the drink to a boil, then freeze it. This will cause the alcohol to turn crystal-blue, and the cold will cool and purge the drink so you will not be able to smell or taste it all night.

Drink an ice-cold beer or a cold glass of wine. Bring the drink to a boil, then freeze it. This will cause the alcohol to turn crystal-blue, and the cold will cool and purge the drink so you will not be able to smell or taste it all night. Honey can be added to as many of these drinks as you want, and most of them actually contain honey, not acetone. By the way, honey also works as a sweetener and cures hangovers. The honey crystals raise the blood level of the slow-moving blood cells, which reduces the bleeding. Other effective home remedies include Ex freezer water. Just pour the cold beer into the freezer, and wrap the legs with freezer paper. Then, once the tissue is frozen, crawl back into your bed, close the covers, and get a drink when you are supposed to be sleeping.


The music at this point will not make you want to sleep. Keep playing some upbeat music, as embarrassing as that may be. Or, you can choose not to listen to any music at all. Just play something soothing, and low-pumping, and slow passages. Remember, this time of the night is not forribs! If you wake up with a stiff neck or shoulders right after a few minutes of playing, take two aspirin and a quarter teaspoon of salt. Slice a smaller piece of the aspirin or salt and shovel the droplets into your throat, then gargle with the salt and water. If you are one of my patients, you will see some improvement.


Be Patient


Another of my patients who gets hangovers all the time, described sleep-purifying measures that work: Before you go to bed you should drink about a cup of water, and then, before you go to bed you should drink another cup of water. If you wait until you are drenched in your own sweat, then you get a strong caffeine-induced headache, and you will be ready to toss and turn. If however, you go to bed and you do not have these symptoms, you will definitely get a hangover in the morning. The remedy is along the lines of prevention, not a cure. By being patient and persistent, you will be able to avoid a hangover.


There are actually times when preventing a hangover is truer than preventing its occurrence. In one of my alcoholism treatment courses, we worked on this idea after a patient made a notable deviation from her norm and described how her alcoholism was only managed after her daily intake of green tea and lemon juice.


All of us know that whether it is in a glass or a bottle, we need water to rehydrate the body. The key to any hangover is ensuring that the body does not have to expend additional energy to metabolize the alcohol. The most effective way to achieve this is to hunch your shoulders and kick your feet up, as opposed to keeping them stationary. If you think exercise is of your normal routine, then make sure you schedule an hour of sleep in your calendar.


After a good night's sleep, the energized liver will be able to convert acetaldehyde intoaldehyde, which is used to dilate the blood vessels and increase the metabolic rate of the liver. This is vital to a balanced, healthy liver, and will also help you go to sleep more easily.


If you get into the habit of working out in the morning, then make sure you schedule this time in your calendar as well, even if it is for an hour or so. Like the liver, your kidneys also require extra water to function at peak efficiency, and will Lal have the most to handle the stresses of your everyday life. If your kidneys start to fail, the whole process is likely to be shut down and (if past habits are not changed) your only choice is to bequeath yourself to the mercy of whatever lies in store.


Being proactive about your health today means that you are attuned to the possibility of liver failure, and other issues - . This is not disease prevention, it is health choice. Early warning signs that give your physician important information to work with.

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