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Ohh so there's loads of different reasons..!Darn lol.. I don't know what causes mine!
I wrote my book in the last many couple months!! I have been writing a book, what about you iko? 
Yes.. But Simulated is giving me too much pressure!!! and Benep.. 
I believe dehydration is a big cause of headaches
Hi friendos!It's a neuro-hormonal mechanism, if my memory is right...Inhibition of Vasopressin production to be more precise:...Biology of a Hangover: Vasopressin InhibitionWhen alcohol is consumed, it enters the bloodstream and causes the pituitary gland in the brain to block the creation of vasopressin (also known as the antidiuretic hormone). Without this chemical, the kidneys send water directly to the bladder instead of reabsorbing it into the body. This is why drinkers have to make frequent trips to the bathroom after urinating for the first time after drinking. According to studies, drinking about 250 milliliters of an alcoholic beverage causes the body to expel 800 to 1,000 milliliters of water; that's four times as much liquid lost as gained. This diuretic effect decreases as the alcohol in the bloodstream decreases, but the aftereffects help create a hangover. ...more from: ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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Quote from: Seany on 29/03/2008 14:21:12Yes.. But Simulated is giving me too much pressure!!! and Benep.. They are teasing you, young Hurricane: there is no billion pounds prizefor the top poster in this forum!!!   But if you are smart enough...well, I heard of something really coolawarded once a year in Europe...actually in Stockholm, Sweden....sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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