We all know that a large part of St Patrick's Day festivities include drinking, which is all well and good until the morning after, at which point everything you've had to drink the night before comes back to haunt you. If you’re planning to take the next day off from everything except recovering from that hangover, then you're probably not in need of this article. However, for the rest of us, that may be a luxury we simply can’t afford to take (if you can call laying in bed with a monster of a headache, punctuated by frequent trips to the porcelain throne, a luxury…).
So if you're willing to take some extra steps on St Patrick's Day, and perhaps a few in the early hours the day after, you can save yourself and your family from experiencing some of the worst side effects of drinking too much booze.
St. Patrick's Day Facts & Trivia to Share Over a Pint