There’s a lot of misinformation when it comes to beating rough mornings after drinking. Before you grab an extra bottle of water, a cup of coffee, or another drink, listen up!
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1. Water is the answer? Think again.
Despite being perceived as the best way to skip rough mornings, dehydration isn’t the root of the problem. Drinking water won’t stop chemicals from affecting your brain or toxins from building up in your liver.
2. Coffee fixes everything? Nope.
Drinking caffeinated beverages may help you feel more alert, but it will likely amplify your rough morning, keep you dehydrated, and prolong your misery.
3. Hair of the dog will set you straight? Wrong.
A bloody mary will likely kick your brain back into that euphoric state, temporarily making you feel human again. But don’t be fooled, it’s a vicious cycle and once that drink wears off, you’ll pay the price.
Soul-crushing rough mornings.
Headache, dizziness, fatigue — we’ve all been there. We’ll show you what’s to blame and how to skip it. Hint: It has to do with your brain and liver, not just dehydration.
As you drink, alcohol affects the chemicals in your brain. It makes you feel euphoric at first, but when you stop drinking, the opposite reaction occurs.
When you drink more than your liver can break down, alcohol-induced toxins build up. This puts stress on your body and you pay for it the next morning.
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Feel your best after drinking.
The other liver-loving ingredients work in concert to help replenish lost nutrients, boost liver function, and help you feel your best.
Great mornings, guaranteed.
As long as you take one full bottle during your night out, you’ll bounce back quickly and feel like your normal, most productive self the next day. Here’s to no more rough mornings!