Posted by Carl D (184.108.40.206) on April 24, 2000 at 16:53:20:
In Reply to: Can Alcohol prevent clusters? posted by Dave on April 23, 2000 at 22:31:10:
For me (and others too), alcohol is just a way of inviting the beast over. Last time I got 'drunk', the next day I had the usual 'hangover headache' which was dealt with easily with two aspirin and two acetominaphin. However, the night afterward and for two days - I was getting hit like a baseball!!!
The last time I drank? Well, I intended to get smashingly drunk just to forget about how bad life sucks and, after about five beers - the beast decided to remind me of why life sucks!!! I got super-slammed with a 10+ for over an hour. That ended my drinking, as I was not even up for it after the attack.
Now? I don't think I will be drinking anymore. The beast has a field day enough with me without having to invite him over for a drink. If it works for you though - I will be impressed.
It goes without saying: what works for some will not work for others; what triggers some may not trigger others. I think the only other thing that May or may not act as a trigger for me is Feverfew. I'm not sure if it helps or hurts - can't make up my mind on that one yet.
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