Increased anxiety the next day with hangover is seen in shy people
Shy people have higher ‘HANGXIETY’ - short science news and articles

Well, while people say that drinking alcohol decreases shyness, there is a downside to this. Researchers have found out that very shy individuals are more likely to suffer from higher anxiety during a hangover as compared to their extroverted friends.

In a study conducted on 100 social drinkers, drinking six units of alcohol decreased anxiety in highly shy individuals, but this slight relaxation afforded by alcohol got replaced by higher amount of anxiety the next day.

Researchers feel that this could be trigger point of increased risk of highly shy people to develop problems with alcohol over the long run.

Read the full story: University of Exeter
Scientific publication: Personality and Individual Differences