Whether your favoured team suffers an epic victory or a shameful defeat, large amounts of drinking often follow the grand final. Ensure you’re vaguely functional come Saturday and Sunday morning with our hangover minimisation tips.
Picture by Christian Cable
I don’t want to depress you, but the simple fact is this: the only way to avoid a hangover is not to get drunk in the first place. But where’s the fun in that on Australian sport’s biggest weekend? We’ve run plenty of useful tips for dealing with hangovers in the past, so I’ve collected the best of them together here for easy reference.
Our comprehensive guide to dealing with hangovers, covering what works, what doesn’t and with many tempting pictures of egg-based dishes. Speaking of which . . .
It’s all about the probiotics, apparently. But if that sounds too exotic . . .
Bacon. That is all.
This may not work so well with beer, but if you’re hitting the liquor, it’s worth considering. Sake can also be your friend here.
Knowing how it happens won’t stop the hangover, but it does give the less sports-enthused an additional conversation topic.
The Cheapest NBN 50 Plans
Here are the cheapest plans available for Australia’s most popular NBN speed tier.