Ways to prevent Hungovers after Heavy Drinks

The best hangover preventions are food and water (or other non-alcoholic drinks). Take in plenty of these when you drink, and you'll do fine. Myself I usually alternate beer and water when am drinking; and can get stupid drunk, and never have a hangover. (Me, I never get drunk in the first place; I keep my beer consumption to 2-3 a night, partly because I don't particularly like getting blasted, and partly because I can't stand cheap beer and can't afford enough of the good stuff).
And to whoever said soda is a diuretic; it's true, caffeine is a diuretic, but soda doesn't contain nearly enough to even counteract its own water content, let alone make you more dehydrated. I read somewhere that 3 cups of soda is just as hydrating as 2 cups of water — definitely less efficient, but it will help. Plus, caffeine does have a (mild) anticoagulant effect, which can help relieve pain caused by inflammation.

Being a heavy consumer of craft beers I find myself with relatively frequent hangovers (I'm at the point where I don't even have to be drunk to get hit with 'em anymore) and have found the ultimate cure. The Vietnamese soup known as pho. No matter how much my head is throbbing—no matter how much I wanna vomit with every movement—as soon as I begin getting a bit of pho down, I'm well on the way back to being bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
Next time, look up the nearest pho house and start slurping. It's magical.
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