While I'm not advocating for drinking too much alcohol, the reality is that people drink—and they often drink too much or at least more than the body can handle without symptoms the next day. You may, for example, notice that you get headaches and brain fog the day after drinking one or two alcoholic beverages and can't figure out why. What you may not have realized is that the combination of alcohol (usually some sort of grain) and the sugar that is in most mixed drinks is a double whammy and can knock out your energy and brain.
And then you have your holiday parties, weddings, bar or bat mitzvahs, family events…you get the drift. You go to parties that involve a lot of celebrating and boozing and you find yourself worse for wear the next day. And of course, you swear you'll never drink again while suffering through the hangover. As a physician, my recommendation to you is to avoid drinking too much at one time. But knowing that you likely will at some point, there are some hangover healthy tips you may greatly benefit from.