Our doctors know all about university life. After all, they spent quite a lot of time there to get where they are today!
This means they're familiar with the crazy nights out and cheap drinks offers. In other words, they know exactly how you're feeling right now!
They’re not here to judge or lecture. When it comes to your hangover, they’ll just show you what works and what doesn’t, so you can get back to your normal, cheerful self in no time.
As for those 4am WhatsApp messages you sent to everyone, or why you’re only wearing one shoe. We’re afraid you’re on your own there!
Wouldn’t it be great if there was one cool trick to stop you getting a hangover? Unfortunately, there just isn’t. Here are six hangover 'cures' you don't need to bother with.
You're just delaying the inevitable here. Also, morning drinking isn't a habit you want to get into.
The good news is that eating a big meal can help with a hangover. The bad news is it'll only work if you tuck in before you start drinking.
Coffee is a diuretic, which means it'll make you need a wee. This just makes it harder to rehydrate.
Doesn't work. Sorry. It's not the order you drink in that matters, it's the amount.
Now we’re talking. If you really don’t want to deal with a hangover, here are three things you can do to wake up feeling that little bit fresher than everyone else.
Yep. Sorry to sap all the fun out of everything. This is, and always will be, the best way to avoid a hangover.
Lining your stomach will mean alcohol is absorbed more slowly, so you'll get merry at a reasonable pace.
You're dehydrated. Your brain shrinks as it loses water, which tugs on the surrounding membrane and causes your thumping head.
Darker drinks such as whisky contain high amounts of congeners, a toxin that can make your hangover a whole lot worse!
Drinking too much, too fast could leave holes in your recollection of last night's events. Slowing down should help!