Often, if I drink even one drink of alcohol I get a headache and vomiting the next day. This used to only happen with red wine, then progressed to beer, and now even one glass of white wine or a gin and tonic might make me sick the whole next day. What is this? It doesn't always happen with one drink ( I no longer ever have more than one). Sometimes I am just fine after one drink, but other times I get sick.
I don't want to get drunk, but I would like to understand what is behind this so that enjoy a glass of wine once in a while..
Your headache could be due to liver problems, diabetes or alcohol is a migraine stimulant in your case. Also pay attention to "no alcohol" warning if you are taking any medications.Please consult your physician about possibility of migraine and get a blood sugar test done.Good luck!
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