- Publish Date
- Tuesday, 29 December 2015, 9:51PM
Every hungover Sunday you declare the biggest lie known to man, "I'm never drinking again!".
Fast forward to the following Sat and you're downing the Diesels like there is no tomorrow.
But then that dreaded Sunday hangover comes back in full force the next day.
Luckily we may just have a way to make those killer headaches and sensitive tummies feel a tad better...
It’s probably the last thing you would think of doing when you have a hangover, but experts say that listening to music can actually be a cure for it.
Studies have revealed that music can help you from feeling nauseous and also improve your mood.
Director and founder of the New York Headache Centre, Alexander Mauskop agrees:
"We have good proof that music works for pain of any kind. There is no reason to think that hangovers would be any different. It’s not as powerful as morphine, but it might be as good as Tylenol."
Lynn Webster, past president of American Academy of Pain Medicine and now at PRA Health Sciences, agreed, saying:
"I would think of a hangover as similar to migraines in the sense that you don’t want anything too sharp, too loud. But if it can distract you, it theoretically is going to offer you some relief."
So that’s it. Next time you have a hangover put some tunes on and hopefully, it'll work wonders. Just maybe don't rock it tooooo loud.