Water on beer, I advise you! Carnival without a nasty hangover
During the carnival season there is often a bad awakening for the jecken: Those who have celebrated too intensely usually suffer from a nasty hangover the next day. Experts have a few tips on how to avoid a bad crash.
Some drink more than they can take
Mardi Gras, Mardi Gras, Carnival: Some laws are overridden at the fifth season. However, none of the celebrants can tolerate more alcohol. Especially on the foolish days, many carnivalists drink more than they can tolerate. The consequences: the fun falls by the wayside during the party and the next day begins with complaints such as headache, dizziness, nausea and vomiting. In a press release, the Federal Center for Health Education (BZgA) has some tips on how to get through the celebration somewhat unscathed.
One glass of water per glass of beer
Fools should not drink alcohol as a thirst quencher and should consume non-alcoholic drinks again and again. Other health experts also give the guideline as an important tip against the carnival hangover: a glass of water per glass of beer. As the BZgA further emphasizes, you do not have to drink every round, but should occasionally stop. The experts also recommend avoiding jokes, drinking games or flat-rate parties. It is good to be guided by friends or acquaintances who drink little or no alcohol.
Adults should be a good example
Last but not least, the BZgA points out that adults should also serve as a role model for adolescents, and therefore only with caution, during the foolish period. The cell poison alcohol works faster and more harmful in young people than in adults because the youthful body is still developing. In Germany there is a strict ban on the supply of alcohol to under 16 year olds. For example, spirits such as vodka, grain or rum and mixed drinks containing spirits may only be sold to adults. But many young people get alcohol easily through parents, experts criticize again and again. In its press release, the BZgA referred to compliance with the applicable laws on the protection of minors (ad)