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Research Busts Some Hangover-Related Myths

by Kathy Jones on December 29, 2013 at 9:14 PM
 Research Busts Some Hangover-Related Myths

Research has busted some commonly believed hangover myths.

According to Sondra Davoren, of the Alcohol Policy Coalition, no amount of food will stop a hangover if you drink too much although it does slow down the absorption, News.com.au reported.


Davoren asserted that drinking coffee or an energy drink is also not a good move because they do not process alcohol and just add another toxin to your body.

Davoren said that the health benefits of alcohol are overestimated and as soon as you drink excessively the health problems outweigh any benefit.

Drinking water is the best way to rehydrate your body and to recover from alcohol, Davoren added.

Source: ANI
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