Crapulence – Sickness caused by excessive drinking. 2. Excessive indulgence; intemperance. [From late Latin crāpulentus, very drunk, from Latin crāpula, intoxication, from Greek kraipalē.] crap′u·lent adj.
People complain of headache, nausea, and misery that follow a night of excessive drinking. Unlike my other posts, people don’t come into my office complaining of this. This is usually friends. Or family. Especially around the holidays. Or big, obligatory gatherings that compel one to drink. That’s what I hear, anyway.
This is faster, cheaper and more effective than aspirin or espresso. Everyone still has coffee. Because, you know, it’s coffee.
Get a chunk of ice and a cloth to dry as you wipe.
Follow the video, it’s about 3 minutes.
You’ll feel better before you know it.
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Rubbing the ice on your jaw and above your ear while opening your mouth widely 3-4 times can be even more relieving.
I write about a variety of aches and pains related to trigger points. I add to this list every week. Use the search box on this page or click here.
Or just come see me at my office.
Tony Preston has written and taught about anatomy, trigger points and cranial therapies since the mid-90s. He has a practice in Atlanta, Georgia where he sees clients.
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