Nov 24, 2022
Take Back Your Day With These Liver-Soothing Anti-Hangover Pills That Actually Work
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There are few things I look forward to more than going out with my friends and grabbing a drink at a bar around town. This has been a cornerstone of my social life since I was 21 (and possibly before then).However, as I continue to age, my body simply does not bounce back as quickly the next day as it used to, leading to violent hangovers that I never dreamed were possible in my earlier years. Honestly, I used to wake up the day after a night out drinking, ready to run a 5K and write a research paper when I was in college, and now I can barely make it out of bed to get a bowl of cereal after a night out. This is largely due to my body not processing the alcoholic enzymes created as quickly or efficiently as it used to in my younger years, alongside severe, alcohol-induced dehydration.
To prevent hangovers, there are a few options: I could either wallow in my self-pity and suffer through them, stop drinking entirely (very unlikely) or find ways to help support my body and liver (and prevent feeling horribly ill the morning after a night out). While there is a slew of alleged hangover cures, from tried-and-true classics like chugging Pedialyte and eating greasy food, to more unusual hangover solutions like taking a shot of pickle juice or popping some Midol (yes, the menstrual relief aid), there are now several different hangover and drinking supplements designed specifically to help you enjoy your night out and reduce your hangover symptoms in the morning. Plus, many of these anti-hangover pills also contain ingredients to help the body and liver detoxify. So, if you are looking for a possible solution to cure (and prevent) your morning-after blues, these hangover recovery supplements might just be the answer.
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I didn’t take my wheelie bin out in a YEAR AND A HALF for a surprising reason – I pictured the moment I finally did
AN ECO champion has revealed the real reason she hasn’t taken the bins out for a year and a half – and it may surprise you.
Trudy Conroy shocked neighbours when her wheelie bin appeared on the side of the street for the first time in almost 18 months.2Trudy Conroy has publicly promoted recycling and cleaner livingCredit: News.com.au 2At the weekend she claims she put our her bin for the first time in 78 weeksCredit: News.com.au
But it wasn’t because she’d been away or had started using someone else’s household waste bin.
Instead, she had dedicated herself to finding ways to avoid using it.
Ms Conroy, from Adelaide, Australia, claims she had avoided putting her bins out for 78 weeks after making a concerted effort to find other means of waste disposal.
Her methods included recycling, composting, buying items in bulk, and donating materials to worthwhile causes.
All the while her landfill bin was practically empty and was long considered a “last resort.”
Speaking to news.com.au she explained that she began her quest for cleaner living after becoming more conscious of her effect on the environment.
She began by utilising a composter that took on organics including food scraps and paper before finding ways to recycle her other household goods including toothbrushes and spray pumps.
“Before throwing something out, I always think, ‘what can I do with this before it goes into the red bin'", she said.Most read in The Sun'MAKES NO SENSE' Casey Anthony judge breaks silence on claims her father staged drowningBUMPIN' ALONG Keke Palmer reveals she's pregnant on SNL in shocking live TV momentAMY'S TRUTH GMA's Amy Robach breaks silence on 'romance' with cohost TJ HolmesBONUS SURPRISE Exact date Americans will get $1,500 holiday relief checks
“The red bin is always my last resort.”
According to Ms Conroy, many of her mixed material goods have been accepted by local companies who break down materials.
While she has also found a home for more industrial waster such as offices taking printer ink, batteries and old CDs.
In the meantime, she has invested in reusable shopping bags and even found a supplier of kitty litter made from recycled newspaper for her two kittens.
It rendered her bin redundant for more than a year as a result.
The eco champion, praised by her neighbours, now said she wants to promote her milestone litter day by urging residents to follow suit.
After posting a picture online she told the outlet that it was important the public consider their litter usage.
She added there was no such thing as “away” when they were throwing something in the bin.
Her tale comes as we revealed the changing attitudes and behaviour towards littering thanks to an army of “mini educators".
A new report suggested that as many as 1,000 British youngsters aged 6 to 12, and their parents, have become more aware of how behaviours at home affect the planet as a whole.
It included the revelation that as many as 33 per cent of children considered recyclables being incorrectly thrown in the bin an illegal offence.
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