How the stars survive hangovers from hell: Get Nigella Lawson and Denise Van Outen's top tips for New Years DayHow the celebrities deal with the pain which will befall a large proportion of the British population on New Year's Day | UPDATED: 02:08 GMT, 30 December 2012 The bad news is there’s no cure for a hangover.
How the starts survive hangovers from hell: Get Nigella Lawson and Denise Van Outen's top picks for New Years DayHow the celebrities deal with the pain which will befall a large proportion of the British population on New Year's Day | UPDATED: 22:28 GMT, 29 December 2012 The bad news is there’s no cure for a hangover.
Planning a big night out Why eating asparagus could prevent a hangover Amino acids and minerals in asparagus could alleviate hangover symptoms and protect the liverAsparagus leaves have the highest levels of the protective substances | UPDATED: 13:31 GMT, 27 December 2012 Research suggests that tucking into a few asparagus shoots may be all that is required to prevent a hangover Drinking milk, eating bread, water before bed; the list of hangover prevention methods is extensive.
Another reason to rethink that late-night cigarette: Smoking DOES make your hangover worse People who smoke before drinking more likely to experience a hangover and more intense symptoms than those who don'tCigarette smoke contains the chemical acetaledhyde, which is also present in alcohol and has been linked to hangoversResearchers suggest the nicotine in cigarettes could have a negative effect on the nervous system | UPDATED: 12:19 GMT, 5 December 2012 You could regret it tomorrow: Smoking was found to worsen hangover symptoms among students in a U.S study For anyone who has had one too many drinks on a night out, a dry mouth, pounding head and nausea will be all too familiar symptoms the morning after.
'I've got a fast metabolism so I need to eat a lot and often': Under the microscope with Gareth Malone | UPDATED: 01:09 GMT, 4 December 2012 The Choir star, 36, on pumping iron, what makes people attractive, his biggest food weakness and how he avoids a hangover 'I follow a low-GI diet which regulates your body sugar and energy levels,' said Gareth Malone HOW DO YOU KEEP THOSE LUNGS SO HEALTHY I kid you not, but I love going to the gym and pumping iron.
'Anybody who thinks they're happy all the time is probably lying': Under the microscope with Greg Rusedski | UPDATED: 01:22 GMT, 26 June 2012 The former British No 1 tennis player, 38, on eating junk food, his fear of flying and the reality of being a sportsman 'I retired four years ago and the nice thing now is that I can be more sociable with my friends,' said Greg Rusedski IS YOUR DIET LESS HEALTHY NOW YOU’VE RETIRED A lot of people think professional tennis players have a phenomenal diet.
Hangover after the Jubilee weekend…
Do sleeping pills increase your risk of dying young | UPDATED: 23:05 GMT, 16 April 2012 When Janet Marshall started having trouble getting off to sleep and asked her GP for help, she never imagined how the decision would affect her life.
'I would have plastic surgery to sort out my nose and my ugly, unshapely feet': Under the microscope with Sue Johnston | UPDATED: 23:04 GMT, 12 March 2012 The Brookside actress, 68, admits her body hang-ups as she answers our health quiz.
'Life is too short to not eat what you want': Under the microscope with Alex Polizzi The 40-year-old presenter on how she conquered depression, insomnia, the ultimate hangover cure and having millions of vices 'I've been smoking on and off since my early 20s,' said Alex Polizzi DO YOU COME FROM HEALTHY STOCK I’m fortunate to have a healthy family with no history of genetic diseases.