Stay Awake 'till 12 on New Years Eve

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Sometimes, for both young and old, it is hard to stay awake on New Year's Eve. Here is a good way to stay up and welcome the new year!

Take a nap either the day before or several hours before you start celebrating.
Drink cold beverages like soda, ice cold water, juice or even an energy drink.
Dance with other people. This will keep you from going bored. Don't over dance because you don't want to be tired after so much dancing as there is a risk of falling asleep.
Entertain yourself by hanging out with people talking to you or to others. It's fun to hear different stories from different people, especially those who are already drunk.
Step outside and get some fresh air.
Don't focus too much on the time. This will make you tired.
Take a shower. This will surely wake you up if you use cold water.

If you are 21+, you could have an alcoholic beverage such an icy cold beer. However, know your limit. The last thing you want is to be vomitting and being drunk and sleepy on New Year's Eve/New Year's Day
Chewing on ice awakens your senses.
Mint gum such could wake you up as it contains caffeine.

Know your drinking limit. It is not encouraged that you drink to stay awake. Drinking too much can be fatal.
Do not upset other people to keep yourself awake. This could be dangerous, especially if they're drunk.


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