Just about too much of anything can kill.
What are the symptoms of water intoxication?
When too much water enters the body's cells, the tissues swell with the excess fluid. This causes the serum sodium concentration to drop (hyponatremia). When the fluid outside the cells becomes diluted, additional water enters the cells by osmosis, as the cells try to match the internal and external electrolyte concentration. Electrolyte imbalance and tissue swelling can cause an irregular heartbeat, allow fluid to enter the lungs, and may cause fluttering eyelids. Swelling of brain tissues can cause seizures, coma and ultimately death unless water intake is restricted and a hypertonic saline (salt) solution is administered. If treatment is given before tissue swelling causes too much cellular damage, then a complete recovery can be expected within a few days.
The primary cause of a hangover is congeners. These are byproducts of the fermentation process that gives alcoholic beverages flavor, aroma and color. These elements reach your bloodstream and trigger a reaction in your body. Tolerance to congeners varies. Some people suffer very little while others can't enjoy one beer or glass of wine without suffering from a splitting headache. Most people fall somewhere in between.
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Chaser does not prevent intoxication or absorb alcohol. We recommend that you drink in moderation and drink responsibly. Two caplets last for three hours of drinking, or for up to six drinks. If you drink over a longer period, or more than six drinks, take two more caplets.