Valley Doctor's Tips on Treating a New Year's Hangover
WESLACO – People across the country will be ringing in the New Year and many may be saying goodbye to 2019 with a drink or two of alcohol.
No matter how you drink it, alcohol is alcohol. Drink too much and you’ll get a dreaded hangover.
Everybody handles it a little differently. There are a lot of home remedies people believe in.
"Usually a big bowl of menudo."
"I do the alcohol the next morning."
"Soda water with bitters."
"Extra oregano, extra jalapeno, extra lime."
"A tequila shot will take it away."
Dr. Armando Gutierrez from Stroman and Gutierrez Family Practice explains alcohol is changing the way your body works and affecting the balance of fluids.
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