Many people drink alcohol on a daily basis. According to the dietary guidelines, moderate alcohol consumption defined is one drink per day for women and up to 2 drinks per day for men. Some people know their drinking habits and capacity to consume alcohol, but some of them don’t know when to stop and keep drinking until they start feeling uneasy and uncomfortable. After effects of this are ‘hangover’ which, one realizes the day after heavy drinking and is a commonly used nonmedical term for physiological and psychological effects which are to be seen after excessive consumption of alcohol (or the use of other psychoactive drugs).
Hangovers can last for several hours or for more than 24 hours. Symptoms for hangover include headache, fatigue(tiredness), nausea (feeling nasty), gastrointestinal distress (vomiting), sensitivity to light and concentration difficulties. The hangover can happen at any time of day but are usually more common in the morning directly after a night of heavy drinking. It’s self-treatable and self-diagnosable but its causes are still poorly understood, some of them to be known are glucose metabolism, dehydration, effects of additives like sulfur dioxide in wines to preserve, sleep deprivation and malnutrition. A hangover may also compromise potentially dangerous daily activities such as driving a car or operating heavy machinery.
Talking about the hangover treatment using hangover pills, in today’s date there is no hangover treatment available of which the effectiveness or we can say safety is scientifically proven. Part of the reason for the lack of a reliable hangover cure is because scientists are still aren’t totally sure what a hangover really is. But still, there are some medication is available in the market for the treatment of hangover.
Hangover Pills and its effects
Even if many possible remedies and cures have been suggested, there is no compelling evidence that they are effective for preventing or treating alcohol hangover.
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