Hangovers occur when you drink too much. A hangover’s symptoms include nausea, headache, fatigue, dry mouth, and much more, depending on the individual. The specific cause of hangovers remains a subject of intense medical debate, but the presumed causes include dehydration, buildup of chemicals like acetaldehyde and other toxic compounds, and the inclusion of congeners and histamines in wine and spirits. Genetics and individual tolerance are also major factors, as different people react differently to alcohol consumption.
Since 2015 this category has largely been deprecated at Drinkhacker and we no longer actively cover hangover cures or preventatives.
Hangovers. I don’t like ’em. You don’t like ’em. Hangover remedies are legion, of course, but those with the most promise are the ones that promise you never get the hangover to begin with. Enter Cheerz, a little shot-sized vial of green liquid that, when consumed while you drink alcohol, promises to eliminate hangovers and…Read More