Antioxidants are compounds that may protect your cells against the effects of free radicals (toxins). Excess free radicals can be damaging to the body and drinking can lead to elevated toxins in the body. Antioxidants hangover cure as we discussed earlier, toxins from alcohol can aggravate your hangover.
Here is an excerpt from Annals of Internal Medicine examining the staggering cost of hangovers (Wiese et al. 2000)
The alcohol hangover is characterized by headache, tremulousness, nausea, diarrhea, and fatigue combined with decreased occupational, cognitive, or visual-spatial skill performance. In the United States, related absenteeism and poor job performance cost $148 billion annually (average annual cost per working adult, $2000). (2013 updated to $224 billion) Although hangover is associated with alcoholism, most of its cost is incurred by the light-to-moderate drinker. Patients with hangover may pose substantial risk to themselves and others despite having a normal blood alcohol level. Hangover may also be an independent risk factor for cardiac death.
Obviously, antioxidants hangover cure with antioxidant rich food and supplementation should be part of your regime to counter hangovers.