An egg and bacon roll is widely regarded to be one of the best hangover cures in existence. But sometimes it just isn't enough. In these extreme head-pounding moments, you need a more powerful - and greasier - solution.
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The Melbourne Cup has a reputation for causing normally sensible people to act a bit silly. And by silly we mean completely and utterly munted. The exciting vibe of the event combined with copious beer and champers invariably leads to excessive intoxication.
We're not here to judge, but if you need to be at work the next day, you're going to need to do something about that hangover. Here are five hacks from a sports nutritionist that should help to mitigate the damage.
Whether your side wins or loses, one thing about the grand final weekend is certain: you're going to have a huge hangover at some point in these three days. Sports is one of the best excuses for drinking (and day drinking), so we've compiled some of our best tips that will get you through it in one piece.
The throbbing pain in your brain might be the worst part of a nasty hangover. Before you have some hair of the dog, try throwing on your favourite relaxing tunes instead.
Hangover cures are like opinions -- everyone's got one. Some people stick to aspirin or coffee while others swear by a cold shower. Our personal preference is the egg & bacon & potato scallop roll; the greasier the better. So what's yours?
The Glucose "No Limits" energy drink is a recovery beverage and energy supplement designed for 24-hour party people in Europe. It contains over 20 active ingredients hand-picked by scientists in Switzerland and has an astronomical price tag to match -- a single 300ml serve costs around $10. To put its lofty claims to the test, we downed a bottle after a particularly boozy night in Warsaw, Poland. Here are the results.
A new study has found what the majority of frequent drinkers already know: a bad hangover has minimal influence over future drinking behaviour. Instead, most people tend to focus on the pleasurable memory of being drunk rather than the debilitating after-effects when contemplating their next drink. Well, duh.
Home-remedies for a hangover abound, but some are better than others, especially when there's at least some science behind them. According to Good Magazine, a Japanese-inspired breakfast of miso soup and eggs can help soothe a bad hangover by replenishing some of the nutrients you lost while drinking.