While there are countless ways to welcome in the new year, many of them involve imbibing copious amounts of delightfully spirited libations. If you're anything like me, I know you're fearing the monster hangover on New Year's Day.
Trying to remember if it's "beer before liquor or liquor before beer" can be too much of a hassle, especially if you've already have had a few too many. While it would be great if one rhyme could determine the amount of pain you will feel the next morning, we must accept that we all react differently to alcohol and that's that.
This is the ultimate how-to cure a hangover video ever! Top New York City Chefs weigh in on their miracle cures for hangovers. You want to know how to cure a hangover? Try ramen, Alka-Seltzer, sleep, and all these other crazy suggestions.
The next time you finish that last pickle spear, don't pour the leftover green juice down the drain. You can use your leftover pickle juice in cooking, in cocktails, and as a post-workout performance shot.
In this tutorial, we learn how to prevent a hangover while out drinking. We all know that water is the best way to hydrate and we should drink a lot of it after a night of partying. But, a great way to prevent a hangover WHILE you're out partying, is to drink water while you are at the bar. This doesn't mean mixing water in your drink, it means drinking a glass of water after each cocktail you have. Not only will this prevent a hangover the next morning, it will hydrate you and make you feel ...
Want to avoid being hung over after a night of heavy drinking like a messy drunk? Learn how prickly pear juice can be the guaranteed cure for a hangover.
TVLesson has created a video on how to survive a hangover in two simple lessons, lesson one is drinking knowledge and preparation, and lesson 2 is drinking tips and hangover remedies. Lesson one breaks down what alcohol does to your body and how to prepare for heavy drinking. Lesson two breaks down what to do after you've had a lot to drink and that all you'll need to prevent yourself from having a bad hangover is patience, juices, ibuprofen, and a lot of rest. So if you're looking to prevent...
Learn how to cure a hangover with these tips.
Note that is always best to try and avoid a hangover in the first place by pacing yourself and drinking lots of water before sleeping. But if you find yourself hungover follow our directions for a faster route to feeling better.
The video starts out with a man wearing sunglasses, stating that he has a hangover. He gives a dictionary definition of a hangover. He then presents an example of the alcohol he drank the night before, which was the cause of his hangover. He gives some tips on how to cure a hangover. Step 1. Drink a can of beer while taking a shower. Step 2. Drink a bottle of tropical citrus flavored vitamin water. His reason for the vitamin water is that it will rehydrate the body, replace vitamin B and has ...
In this video, titled the Hangover Cure, the presenter claims to have the best hangover cure in the entire world! The cure has two ingredients: an orange and an egg. You first squeeze the orange juice into a glass. The video shows a small glass about one half full, however the presenter notes that there should be more orange juice. Next you crack the egg into the orange juice. The presenter then stirs the juice and egg into a smooth consistency. The video ends with the presenter drinking the ...
This video tutorial explains how to cure a hangover using a fresh orange and an egg. Have you ever drank too much and ended up with a hangover you just couldn't get rid of? Just follow these steps to a hangover free morning!
Prevention is always the best course, but when your head is pounding and you need some relief, check out this surefire hangover remedy.
This video from Breafastindia demonstrates how to get rid of hangover after partying. Hangovers are simply caused by dehydration. There are ways by which you can prevent hangovers. Firstly do not drink alcoholic drinks; but that is not an option for most of the drinkers. There are other options too: to begin with, eat a large meal before you start to drink alcohol. Once you have started drinking, have a glass of water between drinks. Oranges and orange juice also relieves hangovers; the sugar...
Step away from the tequila shooters and stop the morning-after agony before it starts. You Will Need
You love to drink, but could do without the (literal!) headache. Imagine a world in which hangover prevention is actually possible! In this video, we'll teach you how to prevent a hangover, so you'll never waste another day post-drinking.
You've probably tried every alleged hangover cure--from cold showers to hot coffee--with little success. But a hangover remedy does exist! So watch this video and learn how to be a drunk without suffering hangovers ever again!
This video will show you how to actively get rid of a hangover. Women metabolize alcohol more slowly and less efficiently than men, so they get drunk faster. They sober up more slowly and may well have a worse hangover.
This is a Bloke TV production that illustrates how to cure a hangover with Berocca. They are fizzy tablets made with vitamins and aspirin.
So, you were a messy drunk. Avoid the pain you'll suffer the next morning. Hangovers can be detrimental to your activities or work. This video, taught by nationally certified massage therapist, will help you get rid of those nasty hangovers. You will need to be patient and slow in your movements during the massage. Massage away a hangover.
Unfortunately, many of us will be celebrating New Year's morning with a post-New Year's Eve party hangover. Avoid this common misfortune by taking some basic hangover-prevention precautions: eat a full meal before drinking, stay hydrated, and limit yourself to 1 to 2 drinks for every hour.
For most Americans, the bane of the hangover is typically remedied by lots of water, painkillers, greasy food, and a day wasted on the couch. But if you're tired of potato chips and fried eggs, perhaps it's time you enter unfamiliar territory. Below, a combination of unorthodox methods for taming the beast, derived from science, sparkly Whole Foods new ageism, and the far East.
Amazing lego version of the now infamous taser scene in the Warner Brothers movie "The Hangover"
Your roommate swears by 'hair of the dog' or chugging raw eggs and tomato juice, but do these hangover cures actually work? What do the scientists say?
Warnings This prank was thought out to be performed by people such as the Jackass crew and on another Jackass member.
If you've gotten drunk and had a hangover, you know how bad it can be in the morning. The slightest thing is like tortue. This will make someone never wanna drink again. It gets pretty good, so you gotta read it all. Ok, get someone to drink very heavy that doesnt drink that often. We can do this the night you fly us out to L.A.. Say its to celebrate us winning.Set up a bunch of alarm clocks in their room(loud noises suck)Aim a bright light right in their eyes and when they wake up turn it on...
If you remember in the Hangover, there was an incredibly funny scene where the guys were stuck getting out of going to prison by helping the officers demonstrate a police tazer in front of a group of kids on a school field trip. If you've ever wanted to make your own prop police tazer for one of your films, check out this hilarious and informative video! In it, you will learn how to create your own police tazer!
We all have those days when we wake up and we look, well, pretty darn terrible. Whether you had a late night doing overtime at work or are still getting over a hangover, every now and then a bad skin day will arise. Puffy bags and purple rings under our eyes don' help either.
Master mixologist Chris McMillian walks us through the history and preparation of the Bloody Mary. What a great way to start the day! The Bloody Mary is a classic pick me up reported to have been created in Paris during prohibition. The drink has also been called the Red Snapper, though most people still know it as a Bloody Mary.
As glorious as a good drink (or five) can be, the aftermath of alcohol on the body is one of life's least enjoyable features. A few hours of fun can come at the expense of a day or two of feeling dead to the world, with an upset stomach, an aching body, and a headache that makes it feel as though your friends used your head for a piñata.
A purple chongo drink, better known as a "Jay Tee Splash" consists of 4 main ingredients. If you can afford it, Bombay gin is the best. Otherwise, just a basic Seagram's gin or grocery store gin is ok. Next, Ocean Spray Cran-grape, which is cranberry and grape juice. Last two ingredients are Minute Maid orange juice and of course, ice. Get a basic 8 oz. glass and fill half way with ice. Cover the ice with the gin, let it melt down a few minutes. Then you can fill the rest of the glass with th...
You don't always plan on getting drunk, it usually just sort of happens, right? You finish one beer, move on to the next, and all of a sudden you're a six-pack in and feelin' it. And when you're drinking in places you're not supposed to, it can get ugly.
How To: Get a Free Tow Home This New Year's Instead of Leaving Your Car at the Bar (Or Driving, You Drunk Fool)
Assuming that you're not going to knit a sweater and celebrate New Year's Eve with Ryan Seacrest and Jenny McCarthy on ABC's “New Year's Rockin' Eve," it's a pretty safe bet to say that you're probably going to consume alcohol—a considerable amount of alcohol.
The war on dehydration is a commercially burgeoning marketplace. An increasingly sophisticated consumer population hoping to conquer everything from 26-mile marathons to vodka shots is deconstructing every functional remedy in the fight to quell the effects of severe dehydration.
Now that the Super Bowl is over, you might find that you have an econo-sized bag or two of opened potato chips slowly going stale in your pantry. After all, there are only so many bowls of Buffalo Chicken Pizza Beer Dip you can eat with 'em—and you definitely don't want them to get so old that you have to throw them out.
If you've ever browsed a restaurant menu and wondered what a particular dish looks like, then the augmented reality mobile app from Kabaq was made for you.
Gatorade: its popular red flavor can stain the whitest fabric, and its sweet taste is oddly refreshing after breaking a sweat. If you've ever participated in a sport, you probably spent halftime at games and practice breaks chugging the stuff. Though it made its name as a sports drink, Gatorade is also a well-known hangover helper—but its beneficial and interesting uses don't end there. The brightly colored drink can do so much more than just hydrate you.
An open bottle of wine can be dangerous. You intend to enjoy—nay, savor—a single glass, but then two episodes of Top Chef later, that sucker is empty. Now you have to go to work the next day with a wine hangover. What happened? Turns out there are some unconscious reasons you might be chugging more wine than you wanted. Never fear. Along with clenching your fists to make better food choices, there are some tricks you can use to moderate your wine intake. Researchers at Cornell University disc...
Pickles are one of those rare foods that most people love, but never even think of making. Most home cooks shy away from making pickles because they take time and patience, and because the grocery store option is both cheap and delicious.