Holiday party season is time to eat, drink and be merry. But too much merriment can sometimes result in a not-so-celebratory hangover.
Fact: Stay hydrated —
Fact: Stay hydrated
Myth: Pain medicine before bed —
Myth: Pain medicine before or after bed
Fact: Eat beforehand —
Fact: Eat beforehand
Myth: Caffeine cures all —
Myth: Caffeine cures all
Myth: Waking up drunk —
Myth: Waking up drunk
sleeping hangover myths —
Fact: Sleep, eat well
The U.S. National Library of Medicine recommends a conservative approach to the day after a hangover: sleep and eat as you are able, to give back to your body some of what it didn't have while you were drinking — fuel to absorb alcohol and sleep to re-energize the body.
Meanwhile, remember what Murray says is the best hangover cure he's ever heard: "Don't drink."