Head pounding, dry mouth, sensitivity to the light, or loud noises. The morning after the night before. We’ve all been there.
Luckily, there are a number of ways to reduce hangover symptoms. From the obvious (taking pain-relief) to the questionable (lemon fanta, anyone?) there are a number of tried and tested methods to recover as quickly as possible.
But, when you’re still suffering days after the event, is there cause for alarm?
We explore the reasons why you could be experiencing prolonged hangover symptoms – and what you can do about it for next time.
1. You didn’t hydrate yourself
Water plays a huge part in how we feel the morning after drinking. Alcohol is a