• Tristin Hunter


Updated: Aug 5, 2020

TN Scientific is committed to helping you beat your hangover! The Hangover Pill includes a premium, 13-ingredient formula that contains multiple vitamins and minerals geared towards helping you replenish your vitals after a long night out! Read on to learn more in-depth about Magnesium, 1 of 7 essential macrominerals that you need to consume in large amounts.

Magnesium is excellent for bone and cardiovascular health. It helps assimilate calcium in your bones, making them stronger and preventing osteoporosis.

Make sure to take calcium and magnesium together! A lack of magnesium with too much calcium will lead to kidney stones and can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Magnesium plays a role in carbohydrate and glucose metabolism. Several studies have associated a higher intake of magnesium with a lower risk of diabetes.

Taking Magnesium can also lead to reduced PMS symptoms, migraines, and anxiety, studies have shown.

A deficiency can be shown through a loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, or fatigue. An advanced deficiency of Magnesium will look like numbness and tingling in the hands; muscle cramps; seizure; personality changes; heart spasms; or a change in your heart rhythm.

A healthy level of Magnesium should be around 400 MG. You can find Magnesium in many natural foods that you can include in your regular diet! Avocados, bananas, beans, peas, dairy products, green and leafy vegetables, nuts, pumpkin seeds, potatoes, raisins, wheat bran, and whole grains all include high levels of Magnesium.

When it comes to hangovers, Magnesium is known to help prevent the worst of the symptoms. Magnesium and Vitamin C work together to support the alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme that breaks down alcohol.

We explain more about this enzyme in our article Hangovers: The Basics.

"Nutritional magnesium prevents platelet aggregation, which helps to avoid the thickened blood and tiny clots that can cause blood vessel spasms and the pain of a tension headache and hangover."

After you go out for a night of drinking, you can wake up feeling fatigued, achy, and sore. This can be due to a deficiency in your Magnesium, as well as other vitamins and minerals. Since alcohol is a natural diuretic, meaning it increases urine production, you'll end up peeing out a lot of your necessary vitamins and macrominerals, including all your B Vitamins, Vitamin C, and Magnesium.

Taking a vitamin supplement before you go out and after your last drink can greatly reduce the severity of your morning-after symptoms. The more vitamins you lose, the more imbalanced and weak you can feel the day after.

Therefore, TN Scientific has created The Hangover Pill. 13 ingredients packed with vitamins and minerals, including Magnesium, make up this hangover supplement. If you want to avoid a hangover, take one dose of The Hangover Pill before your first drink, then another dose after your last. The number of capsules you take each dose will depend on the directions printed on the side of your bottle label. The Hangover Pill will restore the balance of vitamins in your body and lighten your hangover symptoms!


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