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Old 03-18-2005, 09:28 AM   #11
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I had a paramedic friend of mine tell me to always drink a glass of water and take an aspirin before I went to bed if I've been drinking. It really seems to help solve the "hot pipes" problem and I didn't wake up with a hangover either..
Doesn't asprin conflict with alcohol??? I dunno I could be wrong.
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Sol Posted: It thins your blood even more.
yea asprin does conflict with alcohol... like SOL posted, it thin'* the blood...why would you want to take something that is going to thin your blood more than it already is?!? to me that would make your body work HARDER. if i remember correctly, advil would work good.. since its non-asprin, but take some CHASERS --> http://www.doublechaser.com/default.asp
i myself havent tried them, but i use to work at Walgreens and people that bought i asked them and some said it work and some say it didnt.. i dunno.. i dont drink that much to wanna try it... maybe one i day i will

*EDIT* Asprin, since it causes thinner blood, can lead to internal bleeding that you wont know about also. which really i think depends on how much alcohol and body weight. do a google search on it
*EDIT,EDIT* also, on that website, they offer a travel size free! 4 pills.. you take two with your first drink!....wait.. just looked... not free :( $2.95 * & H bastards sorry guys!!
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... to get really REALLY thirsty after sobering up after drinking quite a bit. Alchohol must dehidrate your system big time.
exactly you must be a rookie?? LOL j/k
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I know it'* not recommended, but what I like to do is slam a can of ice-cold Pepsi the morning after. Makes me feel a million times better. Something about the fizz helps settle my stomach. Crackers help too.
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The solution is to simply avoid drinking to get drunk....no hangover that way...works great for me. Also, there'* less of a chance of making an A$$ out of yourself if you don't get smashed when you drink.
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The solution is to simply avoid drinking to get drunk....no hangover that way...works great for me. Also, there'* less of a chance of making an A$$ out of yourself if you don't get smashed when you drink.
That is what I now practice. I haven't drank in quite a while. When I did drink I was a party animal. Shots of whiskey or Long Island Ice teas were my drinks of choice. When I said aspirin I meant ibuprofen actually. I always did that and it always worked. I would never get hungover. I've only been hungover once and that was after drinking 2 half pints of VO whiskey and a half pint of Jack Daniels. I had to work the next morning and I was still drunk when I got there. I was trashed!!!!!
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Also, there'* less of a chance of making an A$$ out of yourself if you don't get smashed when you drink.

See: Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Post. LMAO
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I have to agree with the water and advil idea... has helped me out many times... except when i've drank too much to remember to take them, which isn't often. I've actually reduced my intake of alcohol and soda for health reasons...
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For me, after alot of drinking, i down atleat one mug of water if not two, and i take one Tylenol, i always wake up 10 hours later, feeling great, still smell bad though..lol
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For me, after alot of drinking, i down atleat one mug of water if not two, and i take one Tylenol, i always wake up 10 hours later, feeling great, still smell bad though..lol
EXACTLY my point (except the smelling bad)
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See I'm not a real big person.....maybe 150 punds soaking wet and about 5' 12" and I can drink a case (24) bottles and go to bed and wake up 8 hours later (Still drunk sometimes) like I hadn't drank the night before....Definantly never had a hangover before. Now how does that work?
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