Revealed: Top 15 Hangover Cures – Including Fresh Air and a Bloody Mary

A recent poll of 2,000 alcohol-drinking adults has unveiled that the average drinker will experience four hangovers this month, each lasting approximately 10 hours.

With numerous occasions for indulgence such as work parties, drinks at home, and meals out, individuals are seeking various methods to alleviate their fuzzy-headed symptoms. According to the study, 75 percent of respondents turn to a range of remedies, including cold showers, all-day bed rest, and hitting the gym.

Other popular hangover cures involve getting a breath of fresh air, sipping a strong coffee or herbal tea, and even opting for a “hair of the dog” remedy. Additionally, Domino’s, in collaboration with Melanie Howe, the “Bloody Domino’s taste tester,” is launching its own alcohol-free Bloody Mary. The limited-time offer will be available online ahead of Christmas, with deliveries guaranteed to arrive before December 25.

Melanie Howe expressed, “Hangovers can be horrid, so it’s no surprise we all have our way of dealing with them. Some reach for a pizza, others a Bloody Mary. So, when we found out the nation was as tomato-obsessed as us, we were inspired – and Bloody Domino’s was born.”

Aside from the aforementioned remedies, the study revealed that ordering a takeaway pizza, watching films, TV shows, or YouTube videos, and taking vitamins are also common attempts to combat hangovers. Some individuals find solace in swimming, saunas, and steam sessions.

While the average hangover lasts just under 10 hours, eight percent of respondents endure symptoms for 24 hours or more, indicating the unfortunate severity experienced by a minority of drinkers. The research, conducted through OnePoll, additionally identified Thursday, December 15, as the most popular date for office Christmas parties.

Melanie Howe concluded, “Thursday, December 15 marks the return of the big office Christmas bash, and Domino’s is on hand should you need us.”

Top 15 Hangover Cures:

  1. Fresh air
  2. Coffee
  3. Painkillers
  4. Duvet day
  5. Fizzy drinks
  6. Cold shower or bath
  7. Fruit
  8. Herbal tea
  9. Hair of the dog
  10. Pizza takeaway
  11. Watching films/TV/YouTube
  12. Going swimming
  13. Vitamins
  14. Bloody Mary drink (with or without alcohol)
  15. Sauna and steam