How to avoid a COVID-19 hangover with a lemonade stand

You may not know it, but there are a few things you need to know about a COVI-19 emergency hangover.

First of all, don’t get too much sleep.

You don’t want to be stuck with a hangover for the rest of your life, and you certainly don’t need to have a drink every night to prevent a hang over.

Secondly, don´t get too intoxicated to begin with.

COVID symptoms can range from mild to serious, and if you get sick and feel down, that could be a sign that your hangover could be affecting your ability to function at work or at home.

And finally, keep your body temperature at a comfortable level.

You can take a cold medicine, and some people are even taking a hot shower.

That means it´s a good idea to drink some water to keep you hydrated, and drink a little tea or coffee with it.

So don´T take too much time to drink your lemonade.

The drink can be made ahead of time, or you can take the lemonade at home, but it will probably taste better.

Also, remember to drink a glass of water every few hours.

If you are thirsty, you can add some water if you feel thirsty or have a cough.

You should drink at least a glass and a half of water, and don´ve been drinking for a while and need to make up some of the lost water.

This could help with your hangovers, but not necessarily.

It´s okay to get some sugar in your water if it helps you fall asleep.

You probably don´ t need to drink as much water as you would if you were drinking lemonade, and it will definitely help you fall back into a normal routine.

So, keep a drink of water in your car or your refrigerator if you can, but you probably should not drink too much.

You also don´te need to take a laxative if you have any COVID medications you need.

Some people are taking them with the lemonades, so you can drink a bit without having to take them.

You just need to be aware that some people might get tired after taking them and then want to drink the rest without any problems.

So be sure to keep your doctor or nurse informed.

If the symptoms worsen, you should be checked out.

The hospital is also there to help you, and they will treat you if you are sick, and also to help prevent COVID from spreading.