paulflexes saidPfft...I get half/borderline drunk every night, then wake up early and either go mountain biking, walking/jogging, workout, or go to work...always feeling refreshed, with no hangover.
Then again, I don't drink beer. Beer is the horse piss of alcoholism.
One of the main problems is that a lot of people who consume large amounts of alcohol aren't "health conscious" enough to live their life in a way that will offset their vice -- I know a lot of people who barely drink and they have non-alcoholic fatty liver from their diet and lifestyle. The key is lots of water
(alcohol dehydrates which creates ripple health effects), a healthy diet
, a good well-rounded nutritional supplement
to offset depletion from alcohol (a number of nutrients including Vitamin E, etc etc etc), extra b-vitamin complex
to replace what the alcohol depletes, n-acetyl cysteine
(precursor for generating extra amounts of glutathione in the body, the body's master antioxidant that quells alcohol damage to the liver and pancreas where it is found in highest concentrations), lots of lecithin
(PPC in lecithin has been shown in a number of studies spanning 10 years to completely halt liver and pancreas damage while using it with alcohol consumption), SAMe
(for extra glutathione production in the body), extra Vitamin C
, alpha lipoic acid, l-carnitine. If you're a drinker and you love drinking but you care about your health READ THIS: