In a randomized, double-blind, place-controlled human study, users of Morning Recovery felt up to 80% better than those without Morning Recovery across various symptoms after heavy drinking. Several of the improvements were statistically significant, including headache, brain fog, chest discomfort, and anxiety (p < 0.05).
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why is our patent-pending formula superior?
DHM is the hero ingredient in Morning Recovery—but not all DHM is created equal. In order for this liver-boosting flavonoid to be effective, it needs to be soluble. Our patent-pending technology maximizes the solubility of DHM which allows for faster absorption and superior efficacy. Other products on the market don’t take solubility into account, and thus can’t promise our level of efficacy.
frequently asked questions
how does it work?
A healthy liver can only process one drink per hour. So when you drink more alcohol than your liver can break down, alcohol-induced toxins build up and put stress on your body. The longer these toxins stick around before getting flushed out, the worse you feel the next day. Morning Recovery helps break down alcohol-induced toxins, so your body can flush them out faster and you can stay on your A-game the next day. It also helps replenish lost nutrients, boost liver function, and speed up your recovery.
when’s the best time to take Morning Recovery?
Take one bottle right before your first drink, or between drinks, or up to one hour after your last drink. Going big? Drink two bottles for extra insurance. Some people find that taking Morning Recovery at a certain time works better for them. Take Morning Recovery at a few different times to find the sweet spot for your body.
why does Morning Recovery work better than drinking water?
Despite being perceived as the best way to skip rough mornings, dehydration isn’t the root of the problem. Drinking water doesn’t support your liver or brain health.
how come rough mornings after drinking get worse as I get older?
There are many theories on why rough mornings after drinking get worse with age. A likely reason is you have fewer liver enzymes to metabolize alcohol. There’s also research to suggest that your liver gets worse at its job over time. In any event, rough mornings after drinking are not fun. We have developed a product that helps support your body after a long night.
why does alcohol affect people differently?
The short answer is that some people are just biologically better equipped to process alcohol. When alcohol is absorbed into the liver, it’s metabolized by two enzymes called alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) and acetaldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) before it’s flushed out of the body. The amount and activity of these two enzymes greatly affect how tolerant we are to alcohol drinking — and some people naturally have more. Outside of this, other reasons like body weight, age, medical conditions, and drug use will also affect your tolerance.
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