OK, so I just came across this fun hangover infographic via a press release in my inbox and thought I would share.
Full Disclosure: This is not a vetted news article. I have not fact checked (but intend to by testing these out tomorrow night). However, the article does cite some seemingly reliable sources.
For those of us who have a babysitter lined up for tomorrow night but realize we’ll be on mommy duty first thing New Year’s Day, these hangover prevention tips could REALLY come in handy. (Especially for those of us who are out of practice.)
So feel free to test these out (at your own risk) and report back on whether or not they work!
And Happy New Year moms and dads!! May your 2016 be filled with fewer tantrums, lots of love and plenty of Facebook-worthy moments.
Let’s be honest. With New Year’s Eve around the corner, it’s not a question of IF we’ll celebrate with a cocktail or champagne, it’s more like an issue of HOW MUCH and what New Year’s morning will feel like. Here are some science-backed tips and tricks to help you feel your best during and after your night of fun.
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