That was my reasoning, too. However when I went back to England last summer it was an extraordinarily hot summer for England and, with no air conditioning at night, I must have been dehydrating a lot more than I would be here.404cameljockey wrote: ↑Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:39 pmI do think the overnight dehydration factor plays a big part in hot countries. Water and electrolyte loss contribute a lot to a hangover.Pleng wrote: ↑Wed Sep 27, 2017 2:20 pmI have to agree with this.
I can barely function as a human being and avoid interacting with others at all costs when I have a hangover here. When I was back in England last year I was surprised at how relatively close I was to an ordinary member of society even after a particularly heavy night on the European beers.
These days I make sure I mix up an electrolyte solution or two when I have a hangover and it does seem to bring me a little closer to reality.