Tips on How to Avoid a Day-After-Valentine's-Day Hangover February 04 2015, 0 Comments
It's almost Valentine's Day. Do you know how you will spend February 14th this year? No matter how simple or complicated your relationship status, if you are a drinker, there's a good chance you will consume at least a little bit of alcohol on this special day.
Knowing that many people drink alcohol on Valentine's Day, we don't want you to have to search for a hangover cure on the morning of February 15. So, we've put together a few tips on how to avoid the possibility of over-drinking and ending up with a miserable hangover after Valentine's Day:
Don't have a date this Valentine's Day? If you don't have a date on Valentine's Day this year, there's no reason to feel bad, sad or depressed. Who invented Valentine's Day anyway!? Many people who do not have (or want) a date on this 'special day of love' end up spending the day with friends, relatives, or possibly even alone. But no matter who you are or aren't with, it's not uncommon for people who do not have a date on Valentine's day to still enjoy at least one glass of wine or a cocktail. Or two. Or three. Or four.
If you find yourself consuming several drinks on Valentine's Day, make sure to keep that infamous "Day-After-Valentine's-Day Hangover" in mind. If you do, you may stop yourself from over drinking. Luckily, Valentine's Day is on a Saturday this year, which means the day after Valentine's Day is a Sunday. If you must have a hangover, Sunday is probably the best day to have one. But that doesn't make a hangover any less miserable. If you find yourself suffering from a hangover on February 15, make sure you are prepared with a MagiPatch at your disposal. Or better yet, put on a MagiPatch before you start drinking!
Did you just break up with your partner? Valentine's Day is not always the happiest day of the year for people who just broke up with their partner. If you and your significant other broke up recently, you might feel extra sad when Valentine's Day rolls around. The combination of your break up and Valentine's Day might cause you to want a few extra glasses of wine, or to indulge a little bit more on hard alcohol. No matter what type of drink you consume, your breakup might be the reason that you have a few too many. This is to be expected, considering that you are dealing with a recent split from your partner! But you might regret your over-drinking the next day. So, unless you want to deal with searching for a hangover cure on February 15, it's important that you have your hangover cure handy ahead of time!
Are you planning to eat at a fancy restaurant on Valentine's Day? Many couples choose to spend the evening of Valentine's Day eating a nice meal at a fancy restaurant. Nice restaurants usually offer nice wine. If you and your partner are having a great time, you might easily drink more than a couple of bottles! While it might seem fun at the time, you both might have a hangover the next day. But at least you will have the opportunity to try a hangover cure together. Some hangover cures are easy to administer and some are complicated. But don't worry. MagiPatch is simple.
Are you planning to stay home to have dinner and watch a movie? If you're not keen on going out to dinner and spending a large amount of money on a nice meal, you might elect to stay home and watch a movie on Valentine's Day. Many people choose to go this route on February 14. There are usually many romantic movies to watch on television on this particular day. But, who can watch a romantic movie on Valentine's Day without a drink in hand? When watching a movie and sipping on a drink, it's easy to drink much more than you originally intended. In other words, it's quite easy to get drunk on Valentine's Day while sitting in front of a movie and cuddled up on the couch with a cozy blanket. But, watch out. Nobody wants to beg for a hangover cure the morning after Valentine's Day.
Have you been saving a few bottles of wine for the big day? If you purchased more than a few bottles of wine or hard liquor with the intention of drinking all of them on Valentine's Day, it can be assumed that you will face a hangover the next morning. But you can reduce your chances of suffering from a hangover by preparing ahead of time. First, it's always a good idea to drink plenty of water before, during and after you consume alcohol. Second, spacing out your drinks over a period of time can be a helpful anti-hangover tactic. Third, you can apply a MagiPatch before you start drinking. It will work its magic - and you won't even notice it's there!
Valentine's Day comes around once a year. And while you might be the type of person who avoids this holiday altogether, you may also be someone who celebrates either alone, with friends, or with a romantic partner. No matter how you celebrate (or don't celebrate), if your day involves the consumption of alcohol, make sure you are ready. While drinking might be fun, a hangover is not. By drinking a lot of water, eating food in between alcoholic drinks, and by wearing an anti-hangover product such as MagiPatch, you have an excellent shot at avoiding the need to figure out how to cure a hangover the morning after Valentine's Day.