Firstly, let me make it clear that there is a difference between detoxing from alcohol, and detoxing from an alcohol addiction. Here I am only talking about detoxing from alcohol. If you have an alcohol addiction, you are going to need professional help. Please call your local Salvation Army or Alcohol Anonymous for some more major help with withdrawing from alcohol.

So, you've got a hangover
...and you need to be fully awake for work this week...Well, you've come to the right place!

The hangover is a batch of awful symptoms, all at once, that can develop after drinking too much alcohol. But wait, there's more! ...If feeling awful weren't bad enough, the hangover can also be associated with forgetfulness, poor performance and conflict with co workers.

Drinking large amounts of alcohol can cause a raging thirst, low blood sugar, digestive trouble and non restful sleep ― all factors that lead to hangover symptoms. I bet you are experiencing at least a few of these right now! ...headache, nausea, dizziness, anxiety, sensitivity to light, sleepiness, and a very dry mouth.
As a general rule, the more you drink, the more of a hangover you will have the next day. Sorry, but there's no magic formula to tell you how much to drink, to stay safe from the dreaded hangover.

What are these are why are they responsible for the way you feel right now? These are the substances that are produced during fermentation and the reason behind most of the taste and aroma in distilled drinks (whisky, gin, etc). The sneaky congeners are known to contribute to symptoms of a hangover. A couple of drinks that are infamous for their congeners are esters and aldehydes.

There are a million so called 'remedies' for an alcohol hangover, however, the best way is a total detox. This way you get a total cleanse for your insides. Flush that toxin away! Abnormalities in your bodily fluids and electrolyte levels, levels and nutrition need to be examined and corrected where required.

Enter Detoxing
Will you really feel better after detoxing? Well duh! Of course you will. It just makes logical sense, that, if you've put in a whole lot of poison, then the quickest, smartest and easiest way to get rid of the awful you hangover symptoms you have right now, is to detox those poisons away, and quickly.

Good luck!

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