The word hangover paints a rather nasty picture in our mind: headache, nausea, dizziness, confused mind-state and increase in thirst. What is this hangover? How is it caused? Here in this blog, we try to answer a few common question about this unpleasant, undesired experience and also debunk the misconceptions about it. Hangover is a sign and symptom linked to a recent bout of heavy intoxicated drinking, which affects urine production, the gastrointestinal tract, blood sugar concentrations, sleep patterns, and biological rhythms. It typically occurs the morning after a night of high alcohol consumption.
Our liver is naturally designed to metabolise alcohol and eliminate it from the body. However, liver can metabolise only a certain amount of alcohol per hour, regardless of the amount of consumption. Due to impedement in the liver’s process, toxins and chemicals get accumulated in many parts of the brain, affecting your central nervous system, causing hangover.
How to deal with hangover?
Accelerating the liver’s ability to metabolise the alcohol by-product is a key to deal with hangover symptoms. MWH has developed a unique product, Post Party, that phenomenally averts hangover symptoms. It allows us to indulge in a peg or two, without worrying about its obviating after-effects. Not only does it deal with the unpleasant hangover symptoms, it also defends our liver from the inebriated toxins.
How Post Party Works?
Post Party by MWH is a thoroughly developed and a standardised formula. It increases the key enzymes that metabolise alcohol, and helps eliminate harmful elements from the body, thus reducing unpleasant hangover symptoms. It also increases blood circulation to the brain, which helps in reducing headaches and migraine caused due to excessive alcohol consumption.
Post Party Features:
- It is a powdered formulation to be taken orally 30 minutes prior to alcohol consumption
- Leaves behind a cool, flavoured sensation in the throat after its consumption
- Regenerates liver cells and reduces the risk of alcohol-induced liver disorders
- Reduces alcohol craving behaviour
- Contains all-natural ingredients
- Enhances mental performance and improves mood
MWH Debunks Common Myths About Hangover
- Hangover is only a day’s trauma and is not harmful
Heavy drinking affects the central nervous system. It tinkers with brain chemicals, leaves you dehydrated and weakens your immune system.
- Only Bingers Get Hangover
To be struck with a hangover, it is not necessary to drink a gallon of beer or inebriated drinks. Just a couple of drinks can trigger a headache and other hangover symptoms in some people.
- Wine does not give you hangover
Red wine contains tannins, compounds that are known to trigger headaches in some people.
- Painkillers relieve hangover
Popping a painkiller may do more harm than good. Certain painkillers such as acetaminophen attack the liver, while aspirin may not be ideal for a very delicate stomach.
- Coffee helps reduce hangover
A lot of coffee leads to more dehydration and could make your hangover worse. After a night of drunkenness, it’s best to sip water and sports drinks to counter dehydration and replace lost electrolytes.