National Hangover Day - 2022-01-01
What is National Hangover Day?
A hangover is a set of symptoms that occur when you've had too much to drink. These symptoms include fatigue, weakness, thirst, headache, muscle aches, nausea, stomach pain, vertigo (dizziness), sensitivity to light and sound (headache/nausea), anxiety (sweating/irritability), and increased blood pressure. While there is a lack of scientific evidence that supports most hangover cures, one of the most popular—drinking pickle juice—does have some basis in science. other weird cures are-
- Have A Glass Of Kombucha
- Drink A Big Glass Of Coconut Water
- Eat A Bowl Of Miso Soup
- Drink a raw egg
- Cover Yourself In Menthol And Mint
- Rub a slice of lemon (or lime) into the armpit
- Eat umeboshi, a pickled, dried ume
When is National Hangover Day?
National Hangover Day is observed on the 1st of January!
History of National Hangover Day
Keegan Calligar and Marlo Anderson stated simultaneously that it should be National Hangover Day in 2015.
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