New, preliminary evidence suggests that University undergrad students who drink alcohol fall into four different, colourful types, each with a particular shift in personality when under the influence of alcohol.
The findings could increase our understanding of why some students behave in harmful ways when drunk while others usually don’t.
Whether it’s the stinging headache that feels like a thousand hot knives behind your retinas, the 3 am kebab sitting just below your epiglottis threatening to make a reappearance, or the fact that any sort of sympathy is nowhere to be found, a hangover can feel like an awful time to be alive, and responsible for plenty wishing they bloody well weren’t!
Have some fun, how many of these 45 nicknames do you use? Are they new to you? Do you have any that aren’t on the list? Let us know by commenting or by emailing us.
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Here’s what we know, what we don’t know and how you can use this information to minimise your suffering.
There are many myths and old wives tales that tell you how to avoid hangovers or how to cure them once you have one, but what does the science say about them? Can we actually avoid hangovers or get rid of them with a magic cure?
You may be thinking it’s time to take control of your drinking, prepare yourself for a detox, want to become sober or even just to reduce your alcohol intake, whatever the reason, following the tips and techniques below will help you to successfully achieve your goals.
These tips and techniques will help you to reduce your alcohol intake. Find out all you need to know here!…
Simply download and print the wheel, put it together and you can track your calories, alcohol units based on what you’re drinking. This is vital if you are trying to reduce your alcohol intake over a fixed period of time or simply because you want to see whether you are drinking too much or not?
This article will give you all the information you could want about alcohol and the addiction that can come with its chronic use.
We also use our 8 point risk-rating system to show 8 different aspects of alcohol addiction and the impacts it has on the addict, their friends and family, their immediate community and how it can impact the rest of the UK as an accumulative effect.