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Alcohol Overindulgence—The Hangover Remedy



Most of us don’t need to be reminded about the consequences of taking too much of a narcotic drug into our bodies, but strangely, far too often we either fail to realize or ignore the fact that when alcohol is consumed in large amounts over a short period of time, like the drug overdose, it can have disastrous results.  If you ever find yourself or someone you care about in this situation, here are some of the risks and what you can do:

Signs and symptoms of alcohol overindulgence:

  • When a person has consumed alcohol in large quantities
  • The person is cold and clammy, with pale or bluish skin
  • The person’s breathing is abnormally slow (ten seconds or more between each breath)
  • The person vomits while passed out and does not awaken during or after

What you can do:

  • Try to wake the person by loudly calling his/her name, by slapping their face, or pinching their skin
  • Check the person’s breathing
  • Turn the person on his/her side to prevent choking on vomit
  • Do not leave the person alone, and if you suspect alcohol poisoning, call 911

However, if your situation is not quite that serious, but you find yourself out of control, don’t fret; there is a simple solution to this dilemma.  Traditional Chinese medicine uses one particular formula to successfully treat alcohol overindulgence; it’s called Ge Hua Jie Cheng San which will treat the symptoms of alcohol excess, bringing the user back to sobriety and allow them to avoid that hangover from hell.  For more info on Ge Hua Jie Cheng San click below.

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