10 Alcohol Myths That Just Aren’t True
We set out to discredit a few alcohol myths that have been bothering us since our college days
There’s something great about tossing back a few (or several) brews with friends — but then you may be left to deal with the most miserable hangover you have ever experienced in your life the following morning. So you do your best to prevent that by avoiding the typical things: no beer before liquor, drinking a cup of coffee so you can sober up efficiently before bed, and staying away from the Red Bull and vodkas that you used to love so much. But sadly, none of these things are actually going to help you out.
The reality of any alcohol-related situation is that drinking can impair your judgment, and can often lead to some pretty gruesome Instagrams and drunk tweets. The best way to avoid a hangover, and embarrassing hazy memories, is to not overindulge at all. Don’t get us wrong — we encourage you to enjoy all that alcohol has to offer, but we think it’s best to enjoy it in moderation so you don’t have to worry about the hangover at all! But in case you had one too many last night, take an aspirin, a Tums, and load up on the fatty foods — these are things that actually will help you, and not just myths.
But we promised to debunk the myths, and that we did! We rounded up with 10 ridiculous alcohol myths and set the record straight. If you have more alcohol-related myths, add them to the comments section and we’ll do our best to get to the bottom of your boozy questions!
Be a Part of the Conversation
Have something to say?
Add a comment (or see what others think).