If you've had a hangover, you know it's not fun. The price for drinking too much is a headache, nausea, possible vomiting, and dizziness. Whisky and dark wine are known for producing stronger symptoms in many people. Myths abound about hangover cures, but most "remedies" are nothing more than a rumor. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about what causes a hangover, how to prevent a hangover, home "remedies" that some claim can treat a hangover, and much more.
How to Help a Hangover
hile there’s no magic pill that can erase a hangover, there are things you can do to feel a little better the next day. Use these tips before, during, and after drinking to help take the edge off.
Remedy a New Year's Hangover
If you are going to have a few drinks to ring in the New Year, here are a few tips on dealing with the headache and ringing in your ears.
Make Smart Food and Drink Choices at Parties
Tempted by the buffet? Here's how to make smart food and drink choices at a party.
Avoiding Hangovers: Mixed Drink Tips, Pacing With Water, and More
WebMD explains how to reduce the effects of alcohol with tips like drinking more water, avoiding cheap alcohol, and more.
Video: How to Prevent and Cure a Hangover
Had one too many drinks last night? Find out how to feel better and what to sip on next time.
Our experts offer five solid ways to treat that hangover, or even avoid one all together.
The Truth About Alcohol
Could alcoholic beverages really have health benefits? We talk to experts to find out how much a drink can help or hurt.