What Classic Hangover Cure Is Most Like You?

How do these standard hangover cures compare to your personality? Find out here!

Miranda Gilbert
On Mar 29, 2017

How many nights a week do you go out drinking?

Who do you most enjoy drinking with?

What do you usually do if you feel sick?

What is your usual, personal hangover cure?

What is your personal alcohol preference?

Where do you most like to drink?

How often do you get hungover?

What bar snack do you prefer?

Exercise

Exercise

You're the type of person who likes to sweat the alcohol out. You're healthy, determined, and tough. When you're feeling low, you like to get out and about, and you know that a brisk jog or walk in the park will help you get back on your feet. You enjoy spending time outdoors and believe that both a healthy body and mind are important.

Water

Water

You're the type of person who drinks water between alcoholic drinks and always has a full water bottle waiting for you when you get home from the bar. Just like that bottle of water that sits on your nightstand, you are reliable and easy-going! You are easy to get along with, and tend to please everyone you meet. You're mostly considered laid back, with a sense of calm even in the most stressful of situations.

Alcohol

Alcohol

You believe in the "hair of the dog" method to cure your hangovers! If you just keep drinking alcohol, you won't feel your head pounding, right? After all, repetition is key to learning, and you know that practice makes perfect. You have always had a strong memory and are reliable in the most difficult of situations. One Bloody Mary please!

Coffee

Coffee

You are most like coffee! You're the most dependable person you know, and your friends are always turning to you in times of need. You're upbeat and energetic, and never get tired - even after a long day.

Fried Food

Fried Food

You are most like delicious fried food! You are comforting to everyone around you, always ready to lend a hand when someone needs help. You are a good listener and the best shoulder to cry on.