Relief for 10.5 Million U.S. Men Impacted by Hangovers: The Best Hangover Cure Has Arrived

IMPRESS!® Dietary Supplement Utilizes 9 Premium, High Potency Ingredients.
By: MaxLabs US, LLC
IMPRESS! Means a Clear Tomorrow.  Hangovers are over!
IMPRESS! Means a Clear Tomorrow. Hangovers are over!
WASHINGTON, Mich. - Oct. 6, 2017 - PRLog -- Alcohol hangovers affect over 10.5 million American men each year and the Holiday party season, known for overindulgence, is now less than 4 weeks away.  The hangover experience that includes headache, nausea, anxiety, and fatigue is estimated to impact nearly 10% of the U.S. labor force[1] and causes 29% of college students to miss classes.[2]  IMPRESS!® Dietary Supplement for Men by MaxLabs US now makes traditional "hangover cures" like pain relievers, vitamin-based products, and greasy meals obsolete- It is the best hangover cure because its natural bioactive formula prevents these painful, debilitating events before they start.

"When it comes to hangovers, it's all about inflammation- a pounding head and aching body are two of the most common problems," states Charles Kraft, R.N. MaxLabs US V.P. of Functional Health.  "Over-the-counter analgesics are the first thing most guys grab to get relief from these aches and pains, but safety concerns arise when it comes to taking these products close to alcohol- Acetaminophen is a no-no after more than 3 drinks and can have negative effects on the liver, while aspirin and ibuprofen can upset an inflamed stomach.  Typical pain relievers also don't address fatigue and anxiety."

With millions impacted, it was time for a powerful alternative to hangover remedies centered on vitamins the body doesn't absorb well.  Such products just don't tackle painful inflammation.  The body's pain pathways such as  "TNF-alpha," "NO," "NF-kB," and "Cox-2" aren't familiar terms to most, but a vast amount of science supports consideration of ingredients such as those used in IMPRESS!® because of their natural activity. The substances these extracts are derived from enjoy an important common bond- they have all been studied for their anti-inflammatory and/or analgesic properties.

When it comes to hangover relief, gambling on OTC pain relievers and other hangover remedies is now unnecessary.  IMPRESS!® before a night on the town means awaking to a "Clear Tomorrow."  The powerful formula also goes the extra mile for men by including Sensoril® Cereboost™ and Zaffronel®- extracts supporting energy, working memory and anxiety- essential for someone who needs to function at work or in class the next day.

Keeping men Sharp & Energized Today, Impressive Tonight and Clear Tomorrow refers to the formula's overall mission to enhance cognition, energy, stamina, libido and lastly- its amazing role as the best hangover cure.  The U.S. Pat. Pend. Formula is a combination of 9 highly-refined natural ingredients.  Producers of the name brand content include World leaders such as Natreon, Naturex and Sabinsa.

While it's best to take IMPRESS!® prior to drinking, it works incredibly well as hangover cure if forgotten as a preventative measure the night before.  We apologize that IMPRESS!® isn't recommended for women- the ingredients designed to support testosterone in men can reduce the effectiveness of oral contraceptives, increasing risk of unintended pregnancy.  Sorry ladies.

IMPRESS!® 1600mg is now available at with discounts and free shipping options available through December 31, 2018.

Supplement for MIND + BODY + LIFESTYLE by MaxLabs US

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease.

About MaxLabs US

MaxLabs US designs and markets premium quality nutraceuticals. With a business model built on Innovation, Quality & Value, the company is led by a core team possessing over 75 years' collective experience in business leadership, healthcare, and medical devices.  Quality assurance, testing, assembly, and packaging of MaxLabs US products are U.S.-based. MaxLabs US is headquartered in Washington, MI USA.

1. Ling J, Stephens R, Heffernan TM (June 2010). "Cognitive and psychomotor performance during alcohol hangover". Current Drug Abuse Reviews. 3 (2): 80–7. PMID 20712592.

2. Wiese JG, Shlipak MG, Browner WS (June 2000). "The alcohol hangover". Annals of Internal Medicine. 132 (11): 897–902. PMID 10836917.

Charles Kraft, R.N.


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