posted at 02:50
Author: Yohana Desta
5 DIY and safe hangover cures to try this weekend
Though there's no cure-all medicine yet for hangovers, there are plenty of ways you can assuage the booze-infused assault that comes after a night of heavy drinking. The Las Vegas-based doctor started his career as an anesthesiologist, but has since become a hangover specialist, founding the medical clinic Hangover Heaven. A wine aficionado himself, Dr. Burke shared numerous ways you can treat hangovers yourself. Before you knock that drink back, you should know what's most likely to cause the biggest hangover. "Basically, alcohol gets turned into acetaldehyde and what causes a lot of the hangover issues. With champagne, you're already ingesting it from the get go." "It's way way easier to prevent a hangover than it is to treat it after the fact," he warns. "Maybe for a mild hangover that might do something, but for a moderate to epic hangover, I don't think that's gonna do a whole lot." Fruits high in resveratrol: It's a key antioxidant, and antioxidants are necessary for beating hangovers.

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