Gone are the days when the nightlife scene was dead in Singapore. Recently bars are open till late, nightclubs are full, and drinking is all part of the fun. However, for us Asians, there’s one thing that we have to be wary of when we drink: the dreaded Asian flush. Some of us tend to hold ourselves back in fear of the so-called Asian glow, a reaction caused by the genetic intolerance to alcohol.
Yes, most of us have been there, and while some are fine with it, it can be rather inconvenient, uncomfortable, and maybe even a bit embarrassing for others. What’s more, some of us also experience terrible hangovers that can last an entire day. Think — diarrhoea, fatigue, headache and nausea for 24 hours. It’ll makes you feel absolutely rotten the next day.
Well, if you’ve chanced upon this article then it’s safe to say that you might have gone through these experiences while you were out drinking with your friends or even at home parties. So the next question is: What can you do about it?
In our quest to find the best ways to beat the Asian flush or hangover, we’ve decided to round up some useful tips for your next night out.