Don't hate the drink, hate the congeners. That's right, congeners – the second-worst C-word in the English language. These pesky little toxic remnants of the fermentation process are the real reason you wake up some weekend mornings in a world...
Six degrees of hangover – you've probably experienced them all. Hopefully not at the same time, but considering it's the weekend, we're willing to bet you're dealing with at least one – or part of one – of the following types of backlash from booze right now
You went overboard last night – and there's nothing you can do about it now. Likewise for that deafening headache and soul-wrenching queasiness. While we've tested our fair share of "hangover cures," there's only so much these placebo strategies really alleviate. So we looked abroad for a potential remedy
Let’s be honest: nothing feels great about waking up from a blurry evening, head pounding, mouth dry, and that inevitable frantic cell phone/wallet check. Then the hazy memories (or lack thereof) come flooding back, along with a sick sense of guilt as you think to yourself, “I should know better than this.”
Weâ€™ve all been there: Itâ€™s a beautiful Saturday afternoon and you find yourself slouched on the couch, curtains closed, pajama pants on, eating Kraft Dinner from the pot, and feeling utterly disgusted with yourself. The physical affects of a hangover can be awful, but the only thing that can make such an icky day feel even worse are the psychological affects, also known as â€œthe booze bluesâ€