For Preventing Hangover, Wine First or Beer First?

THURSDAY, Feb. 7, 2019 -- In drinking lore, it's said that having beer before wine, instead of the other way around, can help prevent a hangover. Well, it's not true, a new study finds. You'll suffer the next day if you drink too much, regardless of...
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The Rugby player admitted his hangover cure is a day on the sofa, broccoli and some coconut water. He revealed he's keen on lager tops, 'nothing too wild'.
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The symptoms of a hangover can also be caused by medical treatments and conditions, but without any of the temporary pleasure gained from our favourite tipple. Here, we explain why.
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(Reuters Health) - The old adage that drinking beer before wine prevents hangovers turns out to be a myth, German researchers say.
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ConclusionsCertain risk behaviors can identify young men with a high risk of developing severe liver disease. Wine consumption was not associated with a reduced risk for severe liver disease compared to beer and spirits.
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Someone finally debunked the old adage that many people have followed in efforts to avoid hangovers, reports Dr Perry Wilson.Medscape
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BOSTON (CBS) – Liquor before beer, never fear? Or beer for liquor, never sicker? Sound familiar? If you’ve been following this age-old advice, a new study says you can stop. Researchers say, bottom line, if you drink too much, you’ve bought yourself a hangover. It’s not clear why we get hangovers but for years people have relied on old folk sayings. Apparently in Europe, it’s common to hear, ”Beer before wine, you’ll be fine.” To test this theory, researchers in Germany and the United Kingdom studied 90 volunteers and found that it didn’t matter if they drank beer befor...
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Raise a glass, though only one, to the selfless German students and Swedish sailors who have offered up their livers to scienceAsa recent scientific paper points out, “acute alcohol-induced hangover constitutes a significant, yet understudied, global hazard and a large burden to society”. There can be few readers wholly unaware of this, yet the authors go on to point out that acute hangover-associated symptoms give rise to “reduced productivity, impaired pr ofessional performance (eg falling asleep at work), workplace absenteeism, and academic underperformance”. Never on Mondays, of course.So it is ...
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Mixing drinks may not actually make your hangover worse. So here's some tips to help you the morning after the night before.
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