Is CAVIAR the ultimate hangover cure? MailOnline January 2024
As revellers nurse their sore heads following a night of New Year’s Eve celebrations, FEMAIL investigates whether sturgeon roe holds the key to quelling your post-partying sickness.
As Britons up and down the country wake up with sore heads this morning after ringing in the new year in style last night, some people might be wishing they hadn’t reached for that last glass of bubbly.
Despite significant advancements in technology and science over the last few decades as modern medicine achieves things once thought impossible, it seems unfair to those of us who enjoy a drink that there still doesn’t seem to be a universal cure for a good old-fashioned hangover.
Perhaps it’s a case of different things working for different people – with some people opting to ‘sweat out’ the hangover with exercise, while others praise the benefits of extra hydration the morning after the night before.
And, from time to time, a new novel hangover cure is touted that claims to dust off the cobwebs and soothe that aching head.
But does it really work? FEMAIL sent reporter Maria Okanrende out for a night on the town to investigate whether or not expensive fish eggs can really make you feel better the morning after a heavy night…
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