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I Feel Hungover, Why Don’t You?

I Feel Hungover, Why Don’t You?

The dreaded hangover. The older you get the more it totally sucks. Pain, the fog, the laziness – it doesn’t get much worse. Forget getting anything done. But why do some people go out all night, knock back shot after shot, and wake up the next morning like nothing ever happened? (jerks…)

Sadly for all the hungover people out there right now, the problem could be genetic. An Australian study found that genetic variants may partially account for the reason some people get hangovers and some people (jerks..) don’t. Another fun fact – the study also showed that those with that specific genetic variation tended to go out and drink more than those who didn’t have that gene. According to doctor Wendy Slutske who’s an esteemed professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia, identifying the “hangover gene” could be the next step in also identifying why some people are alcoholics or susceptible to alcoholism.

Another study done in Korea found that there may be another compound involved in this hangover equation – cytokines. Cytokines are another culprit behind hangovers. The study, which involved taking blood from 20 sober men, then taking blood again 13 hours after drinking, found increased cytokines levels. The kicker? Some participants had lower levels than others. Those with lower level reported having less harsh hangovers, than the participants who had high levels.

But if you do get hangovers, you should probably consider yourself lucky. People that never feel the morning after misery could be susceptible to over drinking and therefore be at higher risk for alcohol poisoning. Scary stuff. But if you want to lower the intensity of your hangover, no matter who you are, we have the solution.

Introducing Nutrovape Recover. A natural blend of Prickly Pear, Milk Thistle, Green Tea, L-Theanine, Glutathione, Turmeric Root, and Vitamin B12, Nutrovape Recover reduces hangover symptoms. Just take around 10 inhalations BEFORE your first alcoholic drink, and take a few more every hour as you continue drinking. Don’t leave for the bar without it.