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Alcohol suppresses ASH (anti-diuretic hormone). This hormone regulates the concentration of Heine, and how much you urinate. Because alcohol suppresses this hormone, your body is unable to adequately regulate the amount of output you have leading to frequent diluted urination (when you drink alcohol you urinate often and it begins to look more and more clear more you drink). This causes loss of water/dehydration helping to cause a hangover in the morning after a night of drinking. Alternate glasses of water with each drink to help lessen the impact
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Everyone likes going out on the weekend and drinking. The thing that they don't like is the day after when you have a hangover. There have been myths about how you can prevent them, none of which really work. This video shows you legitimate ways on how you can prevent a hangover.
Contributed by Aby Rodriguez