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A wine expert confirms that Prosecco hangovers are the worst type of hangovers

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Here’s some news you may not want to cheers to… Prosecco hangovers are apparently the worst type of hangover you can get.

“How can such a luxurious glass of golden bubbles be so cruel?,” we hear you cry.

Well, unfortunately this news is coming from the mouth of a wine expert, who recently confirmed that the bubbles in the Italian drink give you a worse hangover than any other alcoholic beverage.

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Club Vino’s co-founder and sommelier Marco Castelanelli found that those pretty bubbles in your favourite celebratory tipple actually alter how the liquid flows through your blood stream.

Speaking to Tyla, Marco revealed: "If you find that you get the worst headache ever after a glass or two of Prosecco, then quite simply, blame it on the bubbles.

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"Prosecco and Champagne both contain little pockets of carbon dioxide which change how the alcohol flows through the bloodstream, helping the body to adsorb the alcohol faster."

The drinks expert then continued: "Once in the bloodstream, the Co2 competes with oxygen which is why you might feel a little woozy and rather drunk rather quickly, leading to an exaggerated hangover in the form of a pounding head."

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However, it is not all doom and gloom, for Marco did offer some tips on how to combat the oncoming hangover.

Chiefly, do not drink Prosecco on and empty stomach and try to sip it slowly.

Additionally, because a lot of a hangover is centered around being dehydrated the expert swears by one rule: “Drink a large glass of water before bed."

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