How do you treat your hangover?
If you’re like me, you tend to binge on snacktime.
I mean, the more you eat, the worse your hangovers get.
The only way I know to deal with this is to try and get up and leave as fast as I can.
But I can’t do that.
It’s just too damn hard.
So I decided to take my own advice, and try and cut down my eating habits.
I have a friend who was diagnosed with a brain tumor a few years ago, and she is now living with it in a rehabilitation facility.
She loves to eat a lot.
So I have tried a few different things to make it less of a problem.
The first thing I did was to eat less than I normally would.
My body is naturally more tolerant of alcohol, so that was the first thing that came to mind.
Then, I tried to avoid sweets.
I used to have them in my life.
When I was young, I loved to have candy bars, but now I’m just too tired to even try to eat anything.
I’ve tried making cookies and muffins, but they are a little too chewy.
Once I cut down on sweets, I started to feel more relaxed, and I also started to enjoy my snacks a little more.
I also found that I was able to eat more vegetables and fruits.
That’s when I discovered the secret to making my hangover go away: I ate a lot of beans and lentils.
Lentils are a great addition to a diet if you don’t like beans or you’re trying to lose weight.
I usually make a lentil soup every morning for lunch and dinner.
While this diet has worked for me, it’s not without its challenges.
First, I don’t feel as energetic as I normally do.
Second, I feel sick sometimes.
And third, I have to constantly remind myself that it’s all in my head.
There is a reason why I’ve written this article.
I’m tired of my hangovers.