Growing pains when hung over?

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    Jun 28, 2012 8:24 PM GMT
    So they may not be growing pains, but they feel exactly like them. Everytime I wake up from a night of drinking I always have these pains in my legs and sometimes my feet, does anyone know what they are? And does anybody else get them?
    I'm not waiting hours in a waiting room at some doctors office because it's not that serious, I only get them when I am hung over.
    Any idea?
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    Jun 28, 2012 10:08 PM GMT
    That's nature's way of saying you're too young to drink. Those pains stop after you're 21.
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    Jun 28, 2012 10:17 PM GMT
    paulflexes saidThat's nature's way of saying you're too young to drink. Those pains stop after you're 21.


    Whhhaaat?!? You just aren't drinking enough if you don't wake up sore with a dizzy headache. I'm 23 and woke up sore as fuck after my sisters grad party. Although I don't drink often and I let loose during the party.




    It is not serious, just drink water and take it easy. Alcohol dehydrates your body, If you want to try to avoid waking up sore, before you sleep drink a TON of water. This pain is normal after drinking a lot. Next time don't drink so much, or just accept the fact shit is gonna suck tomorrow.
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    Jun 29, 2012 1:38 AM GMT
    It's not dehydration, it lasts all day even after the hangover disappears
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    Jun 29, 2012 2:12 AM GMT
    Collegestudent20 saidIt's not dehydration, it lasts all day even after the hangover disappears

    The effects of dehydration do last for hours, drinking some water doesn't instantly cure it. A doctor who finds a patient to be even mildly dehydrated will often start a saline IV drip, since drinking water does not relieve dehydration of body tissue quickly enough.

    Also, heavy drinking can upset your body chemistry. Low potassium levels are just one source of muscle cramps, often experienced during sleep or upon waking. Drinking to the point of hangovers, and possibly developing other symptoms like muscle cramps, is unhealthy. I like drinking, but a rule I follow is to stop when pain exceeds pleasure. I fail to see the enjoyment in making myself miserable.
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    Jun 29, 2012 3:46 AM GMT
    Tried it. Didn't work. I'm still hungover.
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    Jun 29, 2012 3:47 AM GMT
    Groin*