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is it ok that Australia Has Opened The First Ever Hangover Clinic?

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It’s Sunday morning, you’ve had a mad one last night and you’re fully aware that shifting this hangover in time for work tomorrow is going to be an uphill struggle.

You’ve tried it all – a bacon butty hasn’t helped, paracetamol is ineffective and those 12 litres of water just make you want to piss your pants. What now?

Well, the first ever ‘hangover clinic’ has opened.

The only problem is that it’s in Australia and getting there is a major pit fall, to be honest.

However, those heroes over in Sydney will help clear your fuzzy head in as little as half an hour by fitting you with a drip which will pump a ‘vitamin cocktail’ into your blood stream.

Credit: 3News

“We’ve had a lot of people saying, ‘I can’t drink like I used to. I can’t recover like I used to,'” the Hangover Clinic’s Max Petro told 3News.

If your bank balance isn’t a total shambles after a night on the tiles, you may be able to pay for the treatment. However, after seeing the price, you may choose to just wrap your duvet around you and bask in self despair.

For the 30 minute cure you’ll be handing over $140 (£66) or you can shell out $200 (£95) for the hour long saviour, which Rob Lang, one of the doctors from the clinic, says would be more beneficial than fast food binging.

Credit: 3News“As we all know, some hangovers can be terrible and some people can’t even get out of bed. Having intravenous fluids, that can have benefits. As for having something like Maccies, that can be debated and that’s something that I wouldn’t be recommending,” he told 3News.

I bet this lot could have done with this after their night.

Is this the future of hangovers? Could the days of watching two series of Breaking Bad whilst weeping into a Domino’s pizza because you text your ex the night before, be coming to an end?

Sourced from Ladbible.com

 

 

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