ChatterBank5 mins ago
i know hangovers are a result of dehydration but howcome i still feel thirsty after drinking loads of water? how much would i need to drink to satisfy my thirst? and has anyone else heard that taking milk thistle before a nights drinking and then after as well prevents hangovers? also is it just me or does drinking white wine result in a worse hangover than drinking spirits? why is this?
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I saw on the news just before Christmas the results of a very extensive scientific investigation into literally dozens of so called hang-over cures, they found that nothing worked, nothing at all, except drinking less!
Drinking water to replace the fluids lost to the diuretic effects of alcahol is a good idea, but it wont stop you feeling sick, (might even make that worse), and will, at best, reduce the head ache.