I don’t mean to sound rude or anything, but my throat is sore! I feel like I need to have a vacation to clear my mind, but I don’t. I feel like I need to make a fresh start, so I’m thinking about getting some ibuprofen, but I’m not sure how I could safely do that while I’m driving.
You can use ibuprofen while driving with alcohol. I would recommend sticking to non-prescription drugs though.
You might want to keep an eye on your driving while you take ibuprofen. A very serious case of car travel fever can easily lead to a potentially fatal heart attack. Also, alcohol in the blood can cause you to drive more slowly, causing a drop in your blood-alcohol level. I don’t know that this is a problem yet, but it could be if you drink for a long period of time, especially with driving.
It is worth noting that you might want to get checked out by your doctor. There are many conditions that can cause your blood-alcohol level to drop. The effects of alcohol and your blood-alcohol level are quite similar, but the drop can be more rapid. So if you already have a bad case of road rage, you might want to get your blood-alcohol level checked out.
I would be lying if I said that I didn’t get a really bad throat-ache this morning. I’m not sure if I should be feeling like I’ve been drinking all day or if I have a virus. I’ll let you know how it goes, but I might just need to call up a friend for a pick-me-up.
We are all very fortunate to be able to find someone to help us drink a few beers and then stay the night. While it’s not a cure, it does help to flush out any lingering toxins that have been caused by the alcohol. Alcohol also makes it more difficult to sleep. So yes, you will be waking up with a headache and some sore throat, but the alcohol is not to blame. In fact, some people get better with a couple of beers before bed.
The problem is that it’s not an efficient way to get a headache, but many people tend to assume that the headache is caused by alcohol and that by just walking into a bar and ordering a beer, I’m now supposed to be feeling better. Well, in fact, I was going to sleep, but then my friend arrived with a pick-me-up so I made a move to open up my throat and get some air in there.
I’m not entirely sure how this helps any of us, but I’m not surprised that many people think that because they’ve had a beer they are now feeling better. I’m a big believer in the power of the placebo effect, but I also believe that the placebo effect is real and that some people can really recover from even the worst of illnesses by taking a placebo.
I know this is a weird one, because I can’t imagine how someone would feel if they woke up and their throat hurt so they couldn’t speak. But I don’t think it’s too much of a stretch to consider that maybe waking up and having a sore throat doesn’t really sound like the worst thing that can happen to you.
Well I think it’s safe to say that you might not have a throat problem if you’ve been up since 4 am. And this is just a little something Ive got from my own personal experience, but I dont see it as particularly weird or scary. It’s just something you might have if you had a sore throat that woke you up when you were doing something that you enjoyed.