A blog post has revealed the surprising results of a survey that showed people who suffered a hangover after having a beer are more likely to suffer a post injury, or a postoperative headache, than people who didn’t.
The study, carried out by the Cleveland Clinic and published Monday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, shows that people who had an emergency with a hang over or a headache after a drink were more likely than those who didn�t have these symptoms to report having a post operation headache or post-operative hangover.
Researchers also found that those who suffered these headaches or post injuries after a beer were significantly more likely on average to have an orthopedic emergency.
Post-op headaches and post-operatively-induced pain are among the most common post-traumatic events in the world, according to the World Health Organization.
More than 1,500 people were surveyed in Cleveland in November 2018, the results of which will be published in the journal.
‘I don�t want to wake up with a sore knee’ A survey of 2,000 people found that half of respondents had suffered a post trauma headache after drinking beer, compared to just 1 in 20 who didn´t.
“I didn�ve heard of this problem until now,” said Dr. Sarah W. Smith, the study’s lead author.
The results are interesting because alcohol can make people feel more uncomfortable and more anxious, and it can lead to some post-partum headaches and headaches, which are common symptoms of post-OP pain, Smith said.
She also noted that the more the alcohol was consumed, the more likely it was to have a post surgery headache.
“The alcohol is a little more toxic than the pain it causes,” she said.
“It can make you feel more stressed out, more upset, more anxious.”
Dr. Richard F. Ritchie, an emergency physician and head of the Department of Emergency Medicine at University Hospitals Cleveland Clinic, said the study suggests people who suffer from post-surgical headaches or other post-pain conditions after drinking should consider drinking more beer to help reduce the risk of them recurring.
“If you drink less than a pint a day, you can lower the risk for a post traumatic headache by up to 50 percent,” he said.