Hangovers Suck! So We Asked A Doctor To Tell Us How To Prevent Them

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The decision to go out last night with buddies might have been meant to be low-key, but, once the vibe in the bar got a little more extreme than you all expected, one beer turned into four and those cute girls next to you demanded everyone takes shots.

So, what's next? A massive hangover, right? Not necessarily.

Just because you let the booze hit you harder than you thought they would, doesn't mean you need to fall victim to the headaches and general grogginess that a hangover brings.

We spoke with Dr. Robert Korn, Medical Director of Northwell Health-GoHealth Urgent Care, to tell you how to save yourself from a hangover—and it's something we should all appreciate.

While The Party’s Still Going

Stick To Clear Alcohols

Say No To A Liquid Diet

But Don’t Forget The H20


If The Fun Got The Best Of You

Get Horizontal

Rehydrate, Rehydrate, Rehydrate

Eat Responsibly

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