Dr Oz: Hangover-Free Alcohol
There’s a new discovery being called a game changer for your next night out. Could you actually have a hangover-free alcohol? Dr Oz’s correspondent Dean took a closer look at the science behind the new alcohol researchers are calling the next big thing. Hangovers are something a lot of us have experienced at some point. A great night out with friends can quickly turn into a morning full of nausea, headaches, and a lot of regret. If only there was a way to enjoy alcohol without feeling horrible the next day.
Dr Oz: Alcosynth To Avoid Hangovers
Fortunately, there’s a neuroscientist in England who claims he’s invented “the holy grail” called Alcosynth. Professor David Nutt researched substances that can mimic the impact of alcohol on the brain and says he’s found a way to activate the positive effects of alcohol (relaxation, cheerfulness, and sociable buzz) while eliminating the negative effects. He’s so excited about Alcosynth, he hopes it will replace alcohol by 2050.
Dr Oz: How Does Alcosynth Work?
Alcosynth is designed so that the effects of alcohol max out at about four or five drinks. After that point, you feel the same no matter how much you drink. As for what’s in Alcosynth, initial reports listed a derivative of benzodiazepine as one of the active ingredients. That could be what’s getting rid of the negative effects. But Nutt denies those reports and doesn’t plan on releasing his secret formula anytime soon.
More testing needs to be done before the product hits the market but its potential to eliminate to minimize the risk of liver and heart failure combined with no more hangovers means Alcosynth could be the next big thing.