Maybe you're all about the party right now - and that's understandable. Have a great time. Eat, drink and definitely be merry. But as the mother around here, I'm all about the day after. No judging, just information - on how to avoid, and deal with, a Halloween hangover.
There are plenty of hangover cures on-line. I googled "hangover cure" and got 2.170 million results in 0.14 seconds; the yield for "hangover remedy was even better - 3.070 results in 0.13 seconds. I looked through a few dozen of those entries. Most of it is nonsense - or worse.
Of course, it's fun to find out that Hunter S. Thompson's cure was "12 amyl nitrites" (one box) in conjunction with as many beers as is necessary." Hangover foods worldwide vary from greasy, fatty, salty eggs and bacon in the U.S. to pickle juice tipped out of the jar in Russia to a Korean soup that includes cow bones, pork spine and coagulated ox blood.