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Alcohol is a diuretic, which means it will make you urinate more. This will flush out fluids from your body, causing dizziness, fatigue, and headaches the next day. If not addressed right away, severe dehydration can cause life-threatening effects.
Alcohol will mess up your stomach lining due to the increased production of acid. When this happens, digestive processes will become slower and you will suffer from nausea, abdominal pain, and vomiting. It will also make oral hangover remedies less effective.
Alcohol will increase the production of insulin in your bloodstream. This will deplete your blood sugar levels fast, leading to fatigue, weakness, light-headedness, shaking, and other hangover symptoms. In severe cases, fainting and seizures may happen.
Alcohol is a vasodilator, which means it causes blood vessels to widen. But if taken in large amounts, alcohol would do the opposite by shrinking your blood vessels. Both will cause sudden drops or spikes in your blood pressure, leading to nagging hangover headaches.
Alcohol heightens your immune system’s inflammatory response once it’s introduced to your system. This leads to memory problems, brain fog, poor appetite, lethargy, and other physical hangover symptoms.
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