Scientists have found a new cure for pesky morning hangovers

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While we already know that chugging a bottle of water before heading to bed gives you about a 99 percent chance of avoiding a morning hangover, Australian scientists have just come out with yet another preventative remedy to ensure that we enjoy our nights out without paying for them the next day.

Australian scientists at CSIRO have discovered that Asian pears can prevent hangovers. By consuming pears or drinking pear juice before consuming alcohol, people can drastically reduce hangover symptoms including memory loss and concentration problems.



As of now, the CSIRO researches have only tested Asian pears that are commonly used to prevent hangovers in the far east. They plan to test western pears next.

The researchers believe that pear juice helps to metabolism alcohol in the blood. Research director at CSIRO, Manny Noakes, said:

"Reductions were seen in blood acetaldehyde levels, the toxic metabolic thought to be responsible for the hangover symptoms, with pear juice consumption."


It must be noted that this newly discovered remedy only works if you drink pear juice before consuming alcohol. Do not drink pear juice when you're already drunk and expect to prevent a morning hangover!

Next time you're getting dolled up for a night on the town, throw back that 220 ml of Asian pear juice before you start throwing back shots. Your stomach, head, and potential drunk text victims will thank you.



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Scientists have found a new cure for pesky morning hangovers

For some, coffee is a great way to help ease a hangover. However, some people may find it causes a stomachache.

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As drinking makes you dehydrated, water is a must to help both prevent and remedy a hangover.

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More often than not, a hangover comes with a nasty headache. Ibuprofen can help ease the pain of a headache the next morning. Some even swear that taking one before bed will help significantly.

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"Sweat it out!" Instead of laying around all day basking in your pain, try exercising your hangover away. Endorphins will help to boost your mood at the same time.

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The one sure fire way to avoid a hangover is to go sober for the night. Whether you opt to be the designated drive or not, avoiding alcohol all together is the only way to guarantee no hangover.

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It's undeniable that a greasy breakfast often makes you feel better initially, but most likely the feeling won't last. Just eggs is a better choice than the extra bacon and cheese grease.

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Sports drinks are a great way to rehydrate yourself after a long night of drinking.

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If you find your stomach feeling queasy the next day, try eating crackers or toast to help calm your stomach.

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Don't forget to take your daily vitamins if you're hungover--they will help get your body back on track.

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Like crackers and toast, Alka Seltzer is a great way to calm an upset stomach.

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If you can't bring yourself to exercise, hit the sauna to "sweat it out!"

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When in doubt, roll back over and get some more sleep until the hangover goes away.

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