alcohol, which will work as a diuretic and is dehydrating, (plus lack of sleep, exhaust fumes, heat exhaustion, dehydration, physical exertion, and banging your head against the wall figuring out electrical gremlins) at a race all contribute to the hang over feeling
Plus lack of salt, electrolytes....gotta eat the chips!
so yup, water is the best prevention for hangover....but if it is too late, it will help you get over it faster too....plus add the salts, electrolytes...
aspirin, motrin, aleve, etc might be a temporary , partial fix, but it would suck if the pounding head ache came back Sunday in the middle of your diving shift....
my rule of thumb is one glass of water per serving of alcohol....
MarioKart Driving School: 1987 Honda Prelude Si (Opus #28)
Loudon, NH 2014 - Millville, NJ, Lightening 2019 (RIP)
New and improved: 1987 Honda Prelude Si (Opus #11) Pittsburgh, PA 2021 - ??
and finally won something, Class C Win: Loudon, NH 2022