This Is Your Body On A Hangover

You're working overtime, both physically and mentally, to recover from drinking alcohol.
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(Natural News) Going out for a fun night with friends often come with one too many drinks. As the night wears on, you may lose track of how many glasses or bottles you’ve had. This makes you more susceptible to problems like a nasty hangover or even alcohol poisoning. You can avoid these adverse events...
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The foods facilitate the breakdown of alcohol by boosting the activity of two enzymes. This, scientists at the Institute of Chemical Technology in Mumbai claim, could help the body to overcome a hangover.
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The sun is streaming through the curtains of a room that you have never seen before. You squint and rub your bloodshot eyes, as your hand reaches out to feel the prone body of the snoring person who a few hours earlier was a stranger. You notice your own naked body and wonder how the two of you spent the interceding time. You look at the floor next to the bed and see your clothes, strewn across the carpet, wine bottles and glasses, a few joints, and a line of cocaine on the dresser across the room. You slide out of bed, gather your belongings, hightail it to the bathroom and quickly get yourself street ready. Wondering ho...
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Alcohol is the drug of choice for most teenagers and can lead to severe consequences. Alcohol abuse by teenagers not only affects the young people who are drinking, but also impacts the safety of the people they encounter. Luckily, there are signs to look out for, ways to prevent alcohol abuse by teenagers and ways to get help. Stats on Alcohol Abuse by Teenagers Alcohol is the most commonly used and abused drug among youth in the United States, making it a very large problem. Here are some statistics on alcohol abuse by teenagers, provided by the CDC. Excessive drinking is responsible for more than 4,300 deaths among un...
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CONCLUSIONS: Event-level findings of this study document that events leading to alcohol-induced memory loss are associated with other adverse experiences relative to drinking events that do not result in blackout, and offer potentially motivational levers for preventive interventions. PMID: 31557348 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Alcohol hangover commonly occurs after an episode of heavy drinking. It has previously been demonstrated that acute high-dose alcohol intoxication reduces cognitive control, while automatic processes remain comparatively unaffected. However, it has remaine...
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Somewhere in the drunken mess of 2002, I was curious to try the combination of vodka and Klonopin. Ditto, I was a curious little kitten when it came to what could possibly happen if I took acid and ecstasy at the same time! I was curiouser and curiouser about everything, from trying heroin to trying to buy cocaine instead of paying my rent. That’s the sort of curious that kept me in trouble for the better part of two decades, but curious to quit drinking because I just needed a break from partying and how it was affecting my life? Uh, not so much. Trendy, Cool, and Not Dying If you don’t know what the “s...
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Publication date: Available online 25 July 2019Source: Trends in Food Science &TechnologyAuthor(s): Dan Liu, Yiqin Mao, Lijun Ding, Xin-An ZengAbstractBackgroundDihydromyricetin (DMY) is an important plant flavonoid, which has received great attention due to its health-benefiting, including antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anticancer, antidiabetic and neuroprotective activities. DMY capsules have been sold in US as a nutraceutical supplement to prevent alcoholic hangovers. The major disadvantage associated with DMY is its chemical instability and poor bioavailability caused by the combined effects of its ...
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