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What causes a hangover

What causes a hangover. Hangover is the sum of unpleasant physiological effects following the consumption of sizable amounts of alcohol



Drowsiness is the sum of unpleasant physiological effects following the consumption of sizable amounts of alcohol. Most common characteristics of a hangover include headache, nausea, sensitivity to light and noise, lethargy, mood decline, diarrhea and thirst. Drowsiness can also encourage the emergence of physiological symptoms which include increased feelings of depression and nervous tension.
Dehydration causes hangovers Alcohol
diruetik, ie. drug that increases urination and discharge of fluid from the body. Drinking coffee the next morning can only increase the problem, because coffee is also diruetik. Dehydration also influences the amount of fluid in the brain. This may alleviate the water after consuming alcohol. effect of alcohol on the gastric mucosa may affect the occurrence of nausea. Mild poisons in drink
Complex organic molecules such as methanol and acetone are found in some drinks and believes that they have major influence on a hangover, but not ethanol - alcohol -. Another factor that contributes to a hangover are the products released during decomposition of ethanol with the liver enzymes. Ethanol is converted to acetaldeid dehidrogenoze enzymes by alcohol, and then from acetaldehyde to acetic acid process dehidrogenoze enzyme acetaldehyde. Acetaldehyde is between 10 and 30 times more toxic than alcohol itself, and is also a carcinogen - is not carcinogenic by itself - and can cause cancerous mutations. Which alcohol is worse?
Brandy cause drowsiness strongest, followed by red wine, rum, whiskey, white wine, gin and vodka. British Medical Journal has conducted tests that showed drinking bourbon whiskey can lead to twice as chances of a hangover than the same amount of vodka.
Too much alcohol Too much alcohol robs the body substances necessary for healthy functioning including blood sugar, vitamins and minerals. Read how to stop drinking alcohol. Wine - poor harvest
Drinking wine that comes from a country where a small change in climate can affect the quality of wine, for example. France, Germany, New Zealand, then the bad season if it contains within itself more substances that can affect a hangover. Read and How choose wine. wine - if you drink too much while young
Almost all red wines and chardonnay maturing in barrels made of oak. If you drink wine younger than three years, it will comprise more bad substances that can induce hangover. If left to ripen, then these bad substances are converted into the good and the wine will not affect a hangover. As a rule of thumb, the wine is kept for six months in oak barrels it should be suitable for consumption within one year . If wine is kept in barrels for 12 months or longer, should make it suitable for consumption after four years. Some winemakers add oak pieces directly into the wine in order to improve the flavor so if the bad years and in this way can take years, not until the wine takes its natural flavor. Read and How to store wine. If you are interested, read the How to relieve a hangover.




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