When you have a hangover, you're likely to experience problems with your:
Not surprisingly, this temporary dulling of your abilities increases your risk of a number of problems at work, such as:
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- Trouble completing your tasks
- Conflict with co-workers
- Falling asleep on the job
- Workplace injuries
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