Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by ManUtd32780, Jan 1, 2010.
Aleve, even better. To much to drink last night? hehehehehehehe
Exceed the recommended dosage.
I'm just a truck driver so what could I know but here are a few suggestions from a very close relative in the medical profession:
-force fluids (non alcoholic);
-try electrolyte drinks that DO NOT contain HFCS (high fructose corn syrup):
-stay away from the NSAIDS (tylenol, aspirin etc.);
-force fluids (see any emphasis here?);
-find electrolyte powder that doesn't contain sodium mix with water;
-force fluid (tomato soup, chicken and rice, chicken and noodle) you get the idea.
BTW, I slept right through the new year arrival. I will be at the gym this afternoon, anyone want to go?
did I say force fluids?
What a bunch of girls,
My wife and I dozed off on the couch and woke up when we heard the fireworks outside right at midnight.
We dug out a bottle of non-alcoholic sparkling cider, toasted in the New Year, and were sound asleep in bed by 12:30. Woke up this morning at 8:00 feeling great!
Lots of people celebrated the New Year on their knees blowing chowder. Not me......
Another effective hangover remedy is 3 or 4 shots of vodka and 2 Vicodin. What the hell, its a 4 day weekend......
I always stop at 5 drinks no headache and nothing STUPID said or done.
I hear you on that one. This was my second consecutive New Years' eve that I can actually remember what happened to me. It really does feel good to wake up early not feeling like I pickled my brain the previous night.
I punched out at 00:01. Woke up feeling great!
In bed by 11:00 slept daughter woke us up at 6:00. Wife got out of bed at seven. I woke up at 8:30 to the wife feeding both kids breakfast.
My fiance and I also drank the sparkling cider. Good bubbly choice! She is going on 4 years w/out a drink!
Has anyone heard that forcing fluids may cure headaches?
Well most headaches are cause by dehydration. You could take a pain reliever to hide the problem or drink plenty of water to just get rid of it.
Dehydration causes muscle and joint pain as we'll. You need to drink steady all day every day to stay ahead of it. Forcing fluids is relative to what your noremal intake actuall is. Some people drink next to no water and every glass is like forcing. You can overdo it by flushing out vital electrolytes with water binges that occur many hours apart. Pacing is key, just like the rest of the job.
Not me either.
I drink steady, especially on the weekends!
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