The Hangover Heaven Treatments, developed by Dr. Jason Burke, are based on his own research and real-life experience in treating patients during and after surgery. Dr. Burke recognized that the treatment of symptoms felt immediately after surgery (headache, nausea, etc.) could be applied to treating a hangover.
Dr. Burke is a board certified anesthesiologist, trained at Duke University. He has been a practicing anesthesiologist for over ten years with extensive OR and ICU experience. He is the first physician in the United States to formally dedicate his career to the study and treatment of veisalgia, the medical term for the common hangover.
Dr. Burke has treated more hangovers than any other doctor in the world and is the world’s first “Hangover Specialist.” After treating thousands of hangovers, Dr. Burke and his team have become very proficient in treating even the worst hangover. No two hangovers are the same and there are sex and ethnic differences in hangover symptoms.
Coming from a prestigious research University like Duke, research is a focus of Dr. Burke. He is currently working on various research projects whose goal is to end hangovers as the world knows them today. The field of medicine has done a generally poor job of addressing veisalgia and it is time to end this scourge.
Dr. Burke is a native of Charlotte, NC and has lived in Las Vegas for seven years. He completed his undergraduate degree in Classical Studies (ancient Greece and Rome) at the University of North Carolina and then went on to complete his Doctor of Medicine at UNC as well. After this, he traveled seven long miles down the road to Duke, where he completed a four year residency in Anesthesiology. You may view his credentials below.
If you are not in Las Vegas, you can purchase the Hangover Support Supplements by Hangover Heaven. They are custom formulated by Dr. Burke. When taken before drinking, they significantly reduce the likelihood of a hangover.
Dr. Burke blogs regularly about important issues related to Hangovers and alcohol issues. You can read more posts here.