We Tried Out These New Hangover Cures So You Don't Have To

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With all thoughts of Dry January now well and truly gone with the wind, many of us will find ourselves paying the price for last night's boozing with greater regularity. Unfortunately, life doesn't just stop because you're hungover: there are still errands to run, life admin to do and, for most of us, work to go to.
And if there's one thing every working woman knows, it is that 'working' and 'hangover' do not go well together.
Recently, as we get more and more into things like 'natural treatments' and supplements, there's been a sharp rise in so-called 'hangover remedies'. Purporting to do everything from dial your hangover down a notch to give your liver a helping hand, these remedies range from effervescent rehydration tablets, to vitamin shots, to blasts of pure oxygen.
So in the name of (very unreliable) science*, we decided to put some of these remedies to the test. Last weekend, Team R29, armed with their various remedies, took themselves out to imbibe some alcoholic drinks, get themselves a hangover and see if they were able to combat it.
Click through to find out which ones were the most effective.
*Sorry guys, we don't have medical degrees. These reviews are purely our own personal opinions. While we're here, may we remind you to drink responsibly like the champions you are.

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