Hangover

A hangover is a term used to describe the effects felt the morning after a night of heavy drinking. If you are guilty of consuming too much alcohol the night before, you will probably wake up with a hangover. Physical symptoms such as headache, palpitation, a bascoso stomach, a dry throat, redness of the eyes, thirst and fatigue are characteristic of a hangover. In addition, you can also experience a fast heart, tremors, headaches muculares heartbeat and sweating. Mental symptoms such as dizziness, depression, irritability and anxiety are also common. It makes sense that a substance that alters the mood, such as alcohol, will affect your mood. Although you may feel as it alters your mood in a way positive when it comes to consuming it, the remnants of alcohol in your blood circulation and brain the following day affect your natural feel good chemicals and cause disturbance of the humour. What causes a hangover? If you drink too much the night before, there are a number of reasons for which you can wake up with a hangover.

** The consumption of more alcohol than your body can metabolize efficiently makes alcohol toxins build up in your body. A chemical known as acetaldehyde is a byproduct of alcohol and is responsible for the severe symptoms of a hangover. ** The ethanol found in alcohol has an effect of dehydration, which is responsible for your headache, dry mouth and fatigue. ** The dark spirits such as red wine, brandy and whiskey contain more congeners (byproducts of alcohol fermentation process) that increase the symptoms of a hangover. Cheaper spirits is also known cause a worse hangover because few impurities have been removed. ** The body weight can be key factor: A smaller body weight generally means a major hangover. ** The mix your drinks is safely get drunk and carrying a hangover.

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