ALL OF US HAVE BEEN THERE.
One beer becomes two, two become four, and before you know what, you’re hugging your toilet bowl.
Hangovers are a bad thing. They can cause people to cancel plans and waste days.
Experts now have a new way to get rid of your hangovers.
This might seem too good to be true – but new medication Myrkl is set to combat the symptoms associated with a night on the booze.
This article will explain everything you need about the new tablets and their operation.
What is Myrkl exactly?
Myrkl can be taken before you drink.
It costs £30 for 30 tablets, which would be 15 uses.
It claims to be 100% natural and vegan. It’s based on high-performing bacteria that has been enriched with Vitamin B12 and L-cysteine.
The journal Nutrition and Metabolic Insights reported that, in tests, subjects had 70 per cent less alcohol in their blood an hour after two vodkas — which may have helped the boozers in hit 2009 comedy The Hangover.
Håkan Magnusson, of Swedish inventors de Faire Medical, said: “Two drinks is enough to stop you feeling fresh in the morning.
“I hand it out to my friends when I go out for a drink and they always tell me next day they feel great.”
Myrkl does not suit anyone who is pregnant, breastfeeding, or younger than 18 years.
What is the secret to it?
Two pills are taken at once and for up to 12 hours before you drink.
The bacteria and the B12 l-cycteine B12 are activated in your gut once you have taken the pills.
The alcohol is then reduced into water and carbon dioxide.
The liver also helps to break down Acetaldehyde, and Acetic Acid.
NHS Guidelines on Drinking Alcohol
According to the NHS a weekly intake of more than 14 units alcohol can be harmful for your health.
You can keep the health risks associated with alcohol to a minimum if you don’t drink for most of your week.
- Both men and women should limit their intake to 14 units per week.
- spread your drinking over 3 or more days if you regularly drink as much as 14 units a week
- if you want to cut down, try to have several drink-free days each week
To keep your baby safe, avoid alcohol if you are pregnant or suspect you might become pregnant.
More information is available at NHS website.
The B12 can help you feel more energized.
Experts claim that without the pills, the liver will break down the booze and produce acetaldehyde.
This produces acetic Acid.
Acetic acid is what causes the adverse effects of alcohol on the body.
All ingredients are approved and recognized by the European Food Safety Agency and the US Food Drug Administration as safe.
In a clinical trial, participants who had two glasses of wine before drinking and the supplement were given to their blood levels after 30 minutes showed an average of 50 percent less alcohol.
After 60 minutes, they had 70 per cent less, significantly reducing alcohol’s impact on the body.