Alcohol can be a good thing and a bad thing. In moderation, according to the Mayo Clinic, there is some evidence that it can help lower your risk of developing diabetes, heart disease, or stroke. Their definition of moderate drinking is one alcoholic beverage per day for women of all ages and men older than 65 years or two alcoholic beverages per day for men younger than 65 years.
You wake up and it hits you. Dry mouth. Opening your eyes makes you flinch – it’s just too bright. And when you do sit up, how is it that you feel hungry and sick at the same time? How many drinks did you have last night? And why didn’t you drink more water? Hangovers… Continue reading Magic Hangover Relief for Your Bachelor or Bachelorette Party
It’s spring, and you’re probably thinking about all the traveling you’d like to do now that the warm weather is finally here. Or you’re looking forward to enjoying a drink, while sitting outside in the sun with friends. You could even be considering an exotic getaway, sipping cocktails by the pool or beach. Sounds blissful.