hangover headache

Intense cephalgia and malaise on waking, often prematurely, after a night of binge drinking or with prolonged use of benzodiazepines. Hangover headaches are often accompanied by mental dulling, hyperacusia, mild incoordination, tremor and nausea, due to the toxic effects of alcohol and its metabolites and dehydration

hangover headache

Substance abuse Intense cephalgia and malaise on waking, after a night of binge drinking or with prolonged use of benzodiazepines; the HH is often accompanied by mental dulling, hyperacusia, mild incoordination, tremor and nausea, due to the toxic effects of alcohol and its metabolites and dehydration. See Eyeopener.
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To cure a hangover headache, we typically look for a bottle of Irn-Bru, a fry-up or a cheeseburger with chips.
Claire Kelly, holistic therapist and director of Indigo Herbs I'VE always found that a little bit of light pressure applied between the webbing of the thumb and forefinger is a godsend for reducing the intensity of a pounding hangover headache.
Never mind that everyone would probably be coming to school or work the next day with red-rimmed eyes and a hangover headache, assuming they'd even wake up in time in the first place.
Water keeps a person hydrated and prevents the inevitable hangover headache.
Once your liver is overloaded through too much alcohol the body will produce toxins that can trigger the hangover headache.
Our results suggest that dehydration or impurities in alcohol are not responsible for hangover headache," Dr.
The fruit is also high in magnesium, which helps relax the pounding blood vessels which cause the hangover headache.
Remember that alcohol is very dehydrating - this is the main cause of a hangover headache - so if you drink water between vodkas you'll be more hydrated and less likely to wake up with a splitting headache.
Even when blinded by a hangover headache, Mumford couldn't help but sit up and pump his fists along with the Count's "There Goes the Neighborhood," and we all pretty much got into it too.
The last time I felt that was after waiting six hours outside the Empire - freezing cold and sick with a hangover headache of Krakatoa proportions - for Dylan tickets in 1996.
Almost Live is back and is as welcome as a hangover headache.