Five Natural Tips to end cravings and feel better today, so you don't quit
You had great intentions
January first - But now you’re tired, grumpy, and having surprisingly serious cravings for a drink.
Trying to go dry in
January, the most depressing month of the year, is difficult enough but if you
don’t support your body and mind
Many still believe that the only prevention is not to drink mainly because there is not a serious research backed remedy out there.
But as we all know, everyone drinks too much now and then, and some of us get hangovers from just one drink - so planning and prevention are
IT'S THIRSTY THURSDAY which means the weekend has begun. Because, who actually works on Fridays...
Us! We are Rockstars at the party and the office. Which means you need a system, just like everything else. If you are going to tax your body, you need to replenish. Here are some tips:
Acetaminophen is BAD for Hangovers!
DON'T TAKE ACETAMINOPHEN here's why:
HERE'S JUST ONE OF THE MANY ARTICLES ON THIS from Women's Health:
You’re going to want to think twice before taking Tylenol to help alleviate a nasty hangover. Combining acetaminophen and alcohol increases your risk of kidney disease, according to a preliminary study
Milk Thistle is The Ultimate Hangover Prevention!
It has been used for over 2000 years to detoxify, regenerate, and protect the liver.
It is one of the best and most often prescribed herbal supplements in the world because it does so much for the liver and is widely available & inexpensive.