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September 16, 2013 | by  | in Opinion |
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Things Your Grandmother Should Have Taught You

If your holiday was anything like mine, you might be wishing you had a hangover cure around about now.*

Caffeine:

Don’t overdo the coffee. Your body is dehydrated, which caffeine will just exacerbate (although it is sometimes necessary). Caffeinated soft drinks help a bit more; they’re cold, sweet, and bubbly. For a bit of the hair of the dog, check for leftover Diesels.

Fruit/vegetable juice:

Orange juiceee. It’s beautiful, hydrating, and rich in Vitamin C. If you’ve never tried the Moore Wilson’s freshly squeezed OJ, stumble on down this Saturday and partake in a li’l bit of heaven.

Berocca:

Ice, fizzy water, Berocca: best mix ever. (Also a great study aid.)

Greasy food:

Eggs, bacon, onion rings. After a hard night out, your body needs protein, so you’re justified in needing to hide behind Maccas and sob into your Filet-O-Fish.

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*Success not guaranteed. We know how hangovers can be avoided, but we’re just going to avoid that fact.

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