Brits suffer from 3,024 hangovers in lifetime

ANI
Published Sep 10, 2014, 4:50 pm IST
Updated Mar 31, 2019, 5:47 am IST
The campaign was kick started by Macmillan Cancer Support called 'Go Sober'
Representational image. (Photo: visualphotos.com)
 Representational image. (Photo: visualphotos.com)

London: A new survey has demonstrated that one in fourteen Brits suffer from 3,024 hangovers in their lifetime.

According to the study, the average drinker suffered with the after-effects of an alcohol-fuelled night out for 351 days in a lifetime, the Daily Star reported.

 

Hangovers for women lasted almost nine hours on average as compared with the men's figure of seven hours.

The campaign kick started by Macmillan Cancer Support called 'Go Sober' also revealed that 10percent of those surveyed had missed a job interview because of their hangover and 8percent missed their first date.

The study that approached 2,000 adults found 23percent reckoned they would have more sex if they weren't hungover on a regular basis.

 

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