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How bad will I feel in the morning?

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Goingtobeawesome Sat 27-Feb-16 20:29:43

I've had a really difficult time. I decided today i was going to drink loads so I could just have a few hours off from feeling -suicidal- rubbish. I rarely drink. So far I've had 2.5 glasses of wine and five sparkling wine truffles. I'm a light weight so already feeling it. This is a one off. Probably won't drink again for weeks.

I'm still sad but resigned.

MelanieCheeks Sat 27-Feb-16 20:30:35

2.5 glasses? You'll be fine.

Goingtobeawesome Sat 27-Feb-16 20:32:19

I plan to finish the glass and maybe have more if I'm allowed.

Imbroglio Sat 27-Feb-16 20:32:52

How big were the glasses?

I think you'll be fine, but maybe have some tea now and try to get an early night.

Sorry you are feeling rubbish tonight.

usual Sat 27-Feb-16 20:34:42

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purpletamsin Sat 27-Feb-16 20:34:57

Are you taking any medication, OP? If not then you should be sbdolutely fine (except for perhaps a headache in the morning!)

Goingtobeawesome Sat 27-Feb-16 20:34:58

Quite big

Goingtobeawesome Sat 27-Feb-16 20:35:20

Birthday truffles

spanky2 Sat 27-Feb-16 20:35:22

If you're suicidal don't drink as its a depressant. Eat some carbs! I mean biscuits, white bread crisp sandwiches...

usual Sat 27-Feb-16 20:35:38

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MelanieCheeks Sat 27-Feb-16 20:36:52

Sensible answer - stop now, and have some water. You will be fine in the morning. Is there anything in particular you have to do tomorrow?

RaptorsCantPlayPoker Sat 27-Feb-16 20:38:11

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Goingtobeawesome Sat 27-Feb-16 20:38:26

I know you're taking the piss, usual, but I've bigger worries.

Wish I wasn't me

carbsfoundme Sat 27-Feb-16 20:38:38

Why are you so sad OP?

Just drink some water before bedtime so you arent dehydrated.

usual Sat 27-Feb-16 20:39:11

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RaptorsCantPlayPoker Sat 27-Feb-16 20:39:13

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Hastagwhatever Sat 27-Feb-16 20:42:00

Switch to a hot herbal tea and get yourself cosy. Sorry you're not feeling great. flowers

RaptorsCantPlayPoker Sat 27-Feb-16 21:15:05

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EmmanuelleMumsnet (MNHQ) Sat 27-Feb-16 21:24:53

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Goingtobeawesome Sat 27-Feb-16 22:12:40

I'm off to bed. I'm sorry for being a twat.

I'll probably be more mortified in the morning. And will just hide

Thanks all

Imbroglio Sat 27-Feb-16 22:15:04

You are not being a twat. Hope you sleep well.

captaincake Sat 27-Feb-16 22:17:32

Make sure you have a decent drink of water before you go to bed and keep a drink of water next to bed so you can have a drink in the night. I find that works the best for keeping away the worst of a hangover.

mmmmmmmmmmcake Sat 27-Feb-16 22:18:51

You are not a twat.
Hope that you get some sleep tonight, the wine might make you feel worse in the morning, just keep reminding yourself that. Come back to this thread and post again if you can. flowers

mmmmmmmmmmcake Sat 27-Feb-16 22:21:51

sorry that meant to mean that it's the wine not anything else.
I posted on this thread and it helped me a bit.
www.mumsnet.com/Talk/_chat/2576017-Feeling-down-after-drinking?msgid=59540466#59540466

RaptorsCantPlayPoker Sat 27-Feb-16 22:33:56

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