Fighting a Hangover Reviewed by MD247

MD247 released the first in a series of holiday oriented reviews of health tricks and tips over the weekend. The MD247 reviews of supplemental health information are intended to put program members back on their feet in cases of a little too much revelry.

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Tampa Florida (PRWEB) March 17, 2013

MD247 released the first in a series of holiday oriented reviews of health tricks and tips over the weekend. The MD247 reviews of supplemental health information are intended to put program members back on their feet in cases of a little too much revelry.

The first MD247 review of supplemental holiday health information hit the internet with a discussion of steps a person can take to avoid a hangover following St. Patrick’s Day. MD247 explained that there are readily available techniques that a person can employ before attending a party, in order to ensure a speedy recovery after the fun. The top trick to put a hangover on hold is to ensure that a party goer is sufficiently hydrated with any number of non-alcoholic beverages.
MD247 explained that physicians suggest that party goers try to drink water, soda and fruit juices without any additional sugar.

MD247 explained that if a party goer does not get enough fluids during the party, there are steps that one can employ the following morning. Favorite recommendations include a potassium replenishing banana and honey spiked milk shake. Additional MD247 reviewed recommendations included black coffee with lemon; apples; B-vitamins and chicken soup.

MD247 explained that it is best to avoid alcohol that is not clear, and it nipped the idea of using the “hair of the dog” to beat the hangover into submission.

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