A Tippler’s Guide to Taming a Hangover

Dec 28th, 2017 | By | Category: Featured Articles
Bowl of the hangover cure: menudo rojo with lime.

Menudo as a hangover cure. Image of Menudo Rojo courtesy of scaredykat, Creative Commons

The New Year is nearly here, and it’s time to celebrate.

Celebrating the end of one year and the beginning of the next with adult beverages is a tradition.

So is the resulting hangover.

With only a modicum of restraint, you can have the fun, and skip the throbbing noggin and queasy stomach.

Getting to the “tippling point” may have been fun, but getting over it isn’t–unless you have a few tricks up your sleeve.

You’re not going to like this, but your first line of defense against a hangover is: don’t drink.

But who am I kidding?

If you do imbibe, do so responsibly. While we do not condone overindulging, it happens.

Let’s think of  today’s show is sort of a public service to the drinking community—especially for the amateurs out there.

After all, I am going to have to be out on the roads with you revelers and I want us all to get to and from our destinations healthy, happy and whole.

For the sake of gratuitous labeling, I am calling this show: How to Survive a Hangover, or A Tippler’s Guide to Taming a Hangover, or I have a Hangover–Now What?

You can listen to the podcast–access it by clicking on the player above–or you will find a series of tips for assuaging the ravages of overindulgence here.

And, if you are  up for the “nuclear cure” for a hangover, then find a Mexican restaurant that serves menudo and slurp down a big heaping bowl of the offal stuff.

Or give this recipe for Menudo Rojo a try.

We’re staring into the face of a brand New Year. Try not to do so with bloodshot eyes.

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