The drinks with the added oxygen content sobered people up 20-30 minutes faster, under the influence of the rather potent alcohol they used for the trials. 20% alcohol is around the strength of fortified wine, soju, or a very strong mixed drink, so while shaving a half hour off your drunken tomfoolery might not seem a great deal, when you’re trying to fall asleep at night and combating the spins, you’ll appreciate it.
The researchers also asked what would change if someone were to drink multiple oxygen-enriched drinks over the course of the night. Would there be a cumulative effect? Again, the answer was yes: People who drank oxygenated booze had less severe and fewer hangovers than people who drank the non-fizzy stuff.
but i like this pain that comes from booze. i like the falling and the tumbling and the headaches. they are reminders of “oh it was that night when i nearly amputated my arm”. etc. less severe ofc. but i like hangovers. i havent had one in a long time which does not attest good things about the smooth endoplasmic reticulum of mine. though having lots of smooth ER might be good lacking the debauchery for which it compensates? who knows. i aint no MD.