Let’s face it. We’ve all suffered from an extended rough morning after a fun night out. The brain fog, sluggishness, and dehydration are just a few of the symptoms that accompany the day after a night of drinking. There was a time when a solution to these inevitable rough mornings was too good to be true. But now, we’re happy to report that’s changed. Morning Recovery makes the day after a night of drinking a lot less rough.
While you can rejoice knowing that you’ll never need to suffer like you have in the past, we like to look back at all the times when Morning Recovery would have come in handy.
1. Your friend’s bachelor/bachelorette party.
These days, it’s not uncommon for bachelor and bachelorette parties to consist of an entire weekend filled with drinking activities. Recovering from these weekends was never easy. Until now.
2. Every wedding you’ve ever been to.
Wedding weekends are like marathons. There’s typically a welcome party, the wedding, and a brunch the day after to keep the party going. Before Morning Recovery, we’re not quite too sure how you made it.
3. Trivia night.
It’s no secret that the drinks are flowing at trivia night. Plus, it’s usually in the middle of the week which means calling in “sick” or “working from home” again isn’t always an option.
4. Long weekends.
We’ve all been there. Sitting at work after a long weekend on the Mondayest Tuesday ever dealing with the consequences.
5. Sunday Funday.
For those of you who like to extend your weekend a little longer before hanging up your party pants, you know all about Sunday Funday. It’s a high-stakes game since you don’t have a 24 hour period to recover before work starts on Monday. Now, with your trusty insurance police against rough mornings, there’s no reason you can’t go all out.
Whatever it is you like to get in to, Morning Recovery will make your days brighter and your liver happier. All you have to do is be proactive, not reactive. Order a 6-pack before any events that involve drinking, or throw caution to the wind and suffer through the following day. The choice is yours.