We're sure there are some people out there that are still hungover.
We already mentioned staying away from certain darker colored drinks can help your hangover not be so head-splittingly awful.
Well it turns out that if you smoked and drank on New Year's Eve (or any other night out) your hangover was most likely worse than it would have been had you only drank!
"Overall, when students drank heavily — the equivalent of five or six cans of beer in about an hour — those who'd smoked more on that same day had higher odds of suffering a hangover the next morning and suffered more when they did."
The researchers weren't sure exactly why people who smoked and then drank were worse off.
They think it might have something to do with nicotine receptors in the brain and our "subjective response to drinking."
Whatever that means. LOLz!
If you take anything away from this, let it be: Don't smoke!!
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