If you have a family like mine, you’ll understand what I mean by those family parties. The ones when your Aunt and Uncle won’t let your glass ever become empty and before you know it, you’re dancing around the kitchen with your cousins, taking selfies and videos and uploading them to Facebook.
It’s easy to get lost in the moment.
The next thing you know, you’re in bed wearing nothing but last nights tights, makeup and a massive headache feeling extremely attractive.
I don’t know about you, but when I was younger, I could easily drink a bottle and half of wine, wake up at 6am the next day and work a full shift without feeling much different, apart from a bit tired. But now I’m older, if I have more than half a bottle of wine, I’m suffering so much the next day.
Sense for a night out is here to help you. It’s formulated to help offset the tiredness and fatigue caused by drinking.
How does Sense work?
It works be replicating the bodies natural response to alcohol. It targets the build-up of acetaldehyde, which is the main cause of hangovers.
It helps the body’s energy metabolism and nervous system and helps with rehydration and electrolyte balance.
It contains vitamins and minerals to assist your body by reducing tiredness and fatigue, replenishes vitamins lost through drinking, rebalances electrolytes and helps support your liver function and de-toxification.
Take between two and four capsules one hour before the first drink and top up before going to bed. You can take them all when you get home if you forget!
You can also take them daily by taking one capsule two to three times a day with a light meal.
Sense for a night out is suitable for vegetarians, free of lactose, soya, gluten and wheat. It contains no artificial flavours, sweeteners or preservatives.
How I got in with it:
I was sent a promotional pack of 8 capsules to try out and I used them over Christmas.
I spent Christmas at my Aunts and Uncles and I knew the alcohol would be flowing as soon as we got there, from 3pm until midnight we were steadily drinking. Wine, Bailey’s, Prosecco and more.
The next day, I had to get up and do it all again as we had my brothers and their families come over to my parents house on boxing day, so I didn’t want to feel too bad.
Needless to say, I woke up the next day feeling a bit tired and hungry, but after a bacon sandwich (vegetarian bacon!) with brown sauce and a cup of tea, I was ready to go again!
Now the holiday season is over, I’m not drinking alcohol for a while. Although I do have a blog event on the 16th, followed by a works party where I’ll be staying over at a hotel. That night might be messy and I’m tempted to get myself another pack for then!
You can order your own from Sense if you want to try them for yourself.
What’s your favourite hangover cure?