symptoms can be the worst including fatigue, dehydration, a headache or muscle aches, dizziness, shakiness, and even rapid heartbeat.
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"We didn't find any truth in the idea that drinking beer before wine gives you a milder hangover
than the other way around," said Joran Kochling from Germany's Witten/Herdecke University.
"The truth is that drinking too much of any alcoholic drink is likely to result in a hangover
. The only reliable way of predicting how miserable you'll feel the next day is by how drunk you feel and whether you are sick.
Dr Kai Hensel, a senior clinical fellow at Cambridge University and senior author of the study, said: "Unpleasant as hangovers
are, we should remember that they do have one important benefit, at least: they are a protective warning sign that will certainly have aided humans over the ages to change their future behaviour.
A BOOZE trial found mixing the grape and the grain makes no difference to hangovers
Asked about the reasons for conducting the study, he said: "Firstly, a clear result in favour of one particular order could help to reduce hangovers
and help many people have a better day after a night out - though we encourage people to drink responsibly.
Not only should you eat up before taking medicine, but having a good, hearty breakfast might help fix your hangover
, as well.
Anyone who needs to keep their wits about them and pay attention to a task may find this difficult while experiencing a hangover
"To answer why a hangover
makes us feel so bad we need to separate out the different effects and explain them."
Taking painkillers can prevent a hangover
FALSE - Dehydration is a major factor in causing hangovers
, so taking painkillers won't help prevent one, said Dr Jarvis.
Pickle juice: Hold your nose and down this is a widely accepted hangover