Hangover Clinic Opens Its Door To Australians
Dec 15, 2015 09:30 AM EST | By Jackie Pasaol
Australia's first Hangover Clinic has opened its door to people who love to drink but don't like to suffer the after effects of alcohol.
The clinic offers solution to clients with hangovers in just half an hour. In a form of IV drip, vitamin cocktail, oxygen therapy and hydration drip the client will no longer feel the after effect caused by an excessive drinking of alcohol. But the cure doesn't come cheap, it ranges from $140- $200.
The clinic's idea came after they heard many complained from many party goers, complaining about the after effects of alcohol. So, the company created a solution that can surely beat the dreaded hangover.
"We've had a lot of people saying, 'I can't drink like I used to. I can't recover like I used to," Max Petro of Hangover Clinic explained to 3news.
"As we all know, some hangovers can be terrible and some people can't even get out of bed," Rod Lang added.
The clinic also has a VIP lounge, perfect for a group recovery. Although, there services are quite pricey, they said it's worth it.
"Having intravenous fluids, that can have benefits," Lang said. "As for having something like Maccas, that can be debated and that's something that I wouldn't be recommending."
However, the health experts doesn't support the practice as they believed that it would only urge people to be involve in binge drinking.
"This encourages people to use alcohol in an entirely inappropriate way and it's something the government should look at very, very carefully," Michael Moore who is chief executive of the Public Health Association of Australia said, as per The Sydney Morning Herald.
But Mr Petro argued that they are not selling any alcoholic drinks nor allow their patients to drink inside the clinic and insisted, "We're just there to make sure people can get on with their day."
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