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10 Ways to Stay Hydrated During a Night of Drinking


The best way to cure a hangover is to prevent one altogether by keeping your body hydrated during your night of drinking. Remember, alcohol works as a diuretic on the body, making you urinate greater amounts, more often throughout the night.

Follow these tips for preventing dehydration during a night of jubilation…

1. Pre-drink Lots of Water

Start your night on a high hydration note by drinking a few tall glasses of H2O before you leave for a night on the town. This way you will fill up your hydration stores early so you’re set for the evening.

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