The only sure way to prevent a hangover is to avoid drinking alcohol, but when it comes to celebrating the New Year’s Eve festivities, drinking alcohol, and suffering from a hangover the following day is inevitable. Regardless of whether you have a night out on the town with your friends, maybe with the Washington fake ID service that you used for identification, or you have your own celebrations at home, alcohol won’t be far away, and knowing how to prevent the incoming suffering could benefit you in more ways than one. Here are a few things you can do to help minimize a thumping head on January 1.
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