Alcohol hangover: type and time-extension of motor function impairments.

  title={Alcohol hangover: type and time-extension of motor function impairments.},
  author={Anal{\'i}a G. Karadayian and Rodolfo A. Cutrera},
  journal={Behavioural brain research},
Alcohol hangover is defined as the unpleasant next-day state following an evening of excessive alcohol consumption. Hangover begins when ethanol is absent in plasma and is characterized by physical and psychological symptoms. During hangover cognitive functions and subjective capacities are affected along with inefficiency, reduced productivity, absenteeism, driving impairments, poor academic achievement and reductions in motor coordination. The aim of this work was to study the type and length… CONTINUE READING
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