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Everyone has his or her theories on how to cure a hangover. Some say that you can eat your way out of a hangover; others recommend chugging a glass of water just before bed. Yes, these theories may be true, but do you really know how to take the proper precautions to avoid a hangover altogether? We’ve already covered what you can do to avoid feeling awful the morning after drinking, but we have yet to explore the belly of the beast: the drinks that cause it.
Sure, there are plenty of ways to cure a hangover, but most of the time, the origins of your rough morning begin before you’re feeling tipsy. In fact, the reason you’re feeling so under the weather could be because of your cocktail of choice.
By revealing the deadliest cocktails out there, we’re hoping to help you actually be productive after a night of drinking. Who would have thought?
If you’re looking to escape a nasty hangover, you should probably avoid these cocktails.
Jungle juice has gained quite the rep over the years. It does more than just cause horrible hangovers: We have a whole list of other reasons why you should completely avoid the stuff.
Aunt Roberta Cocktail
Want to hear a couple of fun facts about this cocktail? For starters, it contains absolutely no mixers. Oh, and it’s literally the most alcoholic cocktail in the world. Click here to see what’s in it.
Vodka Red Bull
We have three words for you: Sugar, sugar, sugar. Due to the double dose of sugar in vodka and energy drinks, this dynamic duo is sure to give your liver a run for its money. In fact, we believe that this cocktail really just needs to die.
These are just a few of the cocktails you should avoid on your quest to prevent a hangover, but we have some other suggestions as well. Rule of thumb? The stronger the drink, the worse the hangover. Click here to see the 10 most alcoholic cocktails and click here for some cocktails that will get you tipsy in two sips.