A PROFESSIONAL party girl has revealed her secret to surviving heavy boozing sessions and claims she has an unbeatable hangover cure.
Danielle Walsh, 34, says her role as an events rep coupled with her years of drinking experience make her an expert on banishing the aftereffects of alcohol.
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She is paid to be the life and soul of the party at stag and hen dos in Northern Ireland – and downs drinks in the process.
The 34-year-old was scouted by a bar manager who spotted one of her impressive viral videos guzzling cocktails in just seconds.
Now Danielle is tasked with giving punters “the best night out of their lives” as a hostess in a popular bar on her home turf.
But constant nights out have a way of catching up on even the toughest boozers – so she formulated the perfect remedy to sort out her sore head.
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The care worker, who moonlights as a party animal, claims the solution to healing your hangover only requires some basic items.
Danielle told the Daily Star: “You cannot dwell on it. You need to get up and get out and make sure your house is clean beforehand.
“Every Sunday I am prepared with a multipack of pickled onion Walkers crisps and Diet Coke. Honestly, it works wonders.”
She insists her trusty snacks are all she relies on for ensuring she can get back out on the town the next night.
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The merrymaker and mum-of-one manages to squeeze her fun-filled job in around her 9-5 work week schedule, as she isn’t waylaid by a crippling hangover.
And she needs all the energy she can get for the evening – as after some welcome drinks, Danielle hops on a party bike with partygoers for a non-stop boozing session.
She then returns with her soon-to-be spouses for a string of raunchy activities, such as willy workshops, cocktail classes and strippers.
The mum continued: “I do it because I love it. I don’t get paid more than anyone else on the team.
“Think Ibiza weekender but in Belfast. I take tourists from all over the world.
“I’m a party animal and love a night out so to get paid to party is an absolute dream for me.
“I can let my hair down and burn off steam – while earning money – it’s a win-win. My care colleagues absolutely love it and think it’s hilarious.”
Brits have long been in search of a hangover fix that really works.
The NHS recommends that both men and women should not rink more than 14 units of alcohol a week.
This equates to six small glasses of wine, six pints of lager or five pints of cider.
Celebs aren’t immune to the effects of partying either – seeing them share their secrets to feeling better in the morning.
Footie ace David Beckham swears by an Alka-Seltzer tablet before bed and then a bacon sarnie in the morning, explaining: “My grandad told me to do that.”
And GOOP wellness guru Gwyneth Paltrow promises switching between hot and cold water in the shower will liven you up.
Pharmaceutical giants have been keen to cash in on drinkers’ desperation to get rid of hangovers too.
A new pill has entered the market claiming to put an end to your self-inflicted struggle, leaving you feeling refreshed the following day.
Myrkl is a new supplement that you can take before you drink which claims to prevent hangovers.
Participants in a clinical trial who drank two glasses of wine and took the supplement before drinking had on average 50 per cent less alcohol in their blood after 30 minutes.
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After 60 minutes, they had 70 per cent less, significantly reducing alcohol’s impact on the body.
However, Dr Deborah Lee of Dr Fox Online Pharmacy told The Sun it is “not so much ‘a hangover cure’, as ‘a stopping you get drunk in the first place’ remedy.”