[tps_title]Myth 10: Aspirin cures a hangover[/tps_title]
Some people drink aspirin before they head out for a drink. Others choose to take it before going to bed. This may seem like a great preemptive effort to stave off the pain, but in reality, the effects wear off by the time the hangover begins. Plus, taking aspirin not only thins your stomach lining, but it also causes liver inflammation. You’re actually making yourself sicker. The only way Aspirin works is if you bite on it and shut your mouth while the drinks are being served. Other than a makeshift lock, it won’t do you any good.