Bachelor or Bachelorette Party Day 2: You just woke up and managed (a difficult task at best) to open your eyelids, maybe you are in the hotel bed, maybe on the floor, maybe even the bathroom floor. Either way, you know its not going to be a ‘good’ morning. Last night’s events are hazy, someone is driving a railroad spike into your head, your stomach feels like it’s on the high seas and you look like Nick Nolte’s mug-shot.
Three questions you need to ask yourself:
Can I get to a Grocery Store?
If not, does the Hotel have room service or breakfast restaurant?
If not, does my room have a mini bar or does this hotel have a sundry shop?
Hangovers are a scientific phenomenon created by Satan. When your body tries to process excessive alcohol a couple of things happen. Your body looses magnesium, potassium, hydration and your blood sugar levels plummet to the basement like a runaway elevator. These deficiencies wreak havoc on your head, stomach, energy level and more.
The following guide will help you to recover enough to make it to today’s party activities and feel kinda like a human being again.
A grocery store or pharmacy is the best option. Here's your shopping list:
Can't manage to peel yourself off the bathroom floor? Here’s your room service order:
No Room Service? Head to the Mini Bar or Hotel Sundry shop. Here’s your list:
Now you are ready to get some exercise… no really…. We aren’t joking. Just 20 minutes of fast paced walking will work. Getting your heart pumping will help you level out the blood sugar, get your liver going and release good-feeling endorphins.
Here are the Don’ts:
While it’s tempting to go for your traditional, morning, caffeinated, friend coffee, DON’T! Caffeine will actually counteract the help you are trying to give your body. Caffeine is a natural diuretic and will drop your hydration levels.
Also, DON’T have another drink. The old hair-of-the-dog trick is folklore
Here’s the why behind the what:
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