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Sober Relief

A Way to Move Forward After Alcohol and Ease the Negative Effects of Post Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome

Enhanced Nootropic to Reduce the Negative Effects of Acute Post Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome
  • 100% Natural
  • Eases Stress
  • Supplies Brain Energy
  • Boosts NAD+/NADH Ratio

Developed by the Europe’s Leading Pioneer of NAD+ Infusion Therapy

Mr. John Gillen became the first person to bring NAD+ IV Therapy to the U.K. and Europe in 2010, making the breakthrough therapy available to thousands of clients.

NAD+, or Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, is a central metabolite required for cell function, yet is badly depleted by alcohol consumption. Because of this, the brain can’t receive the energy it normally would and the negative effects of acute post alcohol withdrawal syndrome can become difficult, if not impossible to tolerate.

By offering his clients NAD+ therapy, John was able to flood the brain with energy, naturally, and help support them on their journey to recovery.

Now, John has taken his research, his knowledge, and his passion for helping those in the process of changing their lives to the next level with Sober Relief.

Sober Relief combines the power that comes from increasing NAD+ with two additional potent nootropics to support your brain and reduce the negative effects of acute post alcohol withdrawal syndrome, all to increase your chances of success.

As a recovered alcoholic of 19 years, John dedicated himself to helping others find the help they needed to take their lives back post-alcohol. Over 7 years of research culminated in the development of Sober Relief. The cutting-edge supplement delivers:

  • MCT Oil – This non-glucose source of brain fuel counters the debilitating effects of withdrawal by serving as fuel for your brain. Shown to help raise the NAD+/NADH Ratio in the HUMAN brain, it acts as a replacement for the harmful substances your brain has been using for energy and helps restore balance and return your brain to homeostasis.
  • Apple Cider Vinegar – When you regularly consume alcohol, your liver converts it to acetate, which your brain burns for energy. Once that alcohol, and the acetate that comes with it, are taken away, the symptoms that result can lead to an unhealthy cycle. Apple Cider Vinegar provides a natural source of acetate to energize your brain, without alcohol.
  • Bacopa Monnieri – A traditional memory enhancer, Bacopa monnieri helps to ease stress, lift mood, and support brain function during withdrawal, to reduce the negative symptoms that make quitting more challenging.

Sober Relief provides optimal levels of these three vital nootropics so that you can get on with your life, after alcohol.

Powering Your Brain to Power Your Recovery

It Takes Time for Your Brain to Repair…
In the Meantime, Give It the Support It Needs to Fuel Your Success

You made a courageous decision to cut alcohol out of your life. And, whether you did it for your health, your work, your family, or a host of other reasons, you know it was the right choice.

Yet, that decision comes with challenges…

Although your brain has an amazing ability to recover, the negative effects of drinking and then quitting can leave you suffering from:

  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Memory and concentration issues
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Lack of motivation
  • Irritability
  • Low mood

Even worse, these problems can linger for years, making your journey to a full recovery more difficult.

That’s why Sober Relief was designed specifically to help with those issues.

Its proprietary combination of nootropics work in synergy to provide a source of clean fuel for your brain (rather than the alcohol it was utilizing), boost your NAD+/NADH ratio to bring it back into balance, and ease those negative symptoms you’ve been dealing with.

It’s time to care for your brain to further your path to recovery.

The Best Thing to Happen to Your Brain & Your Recovery

Order Sober Relief today to help fuel your brain and ease the symptoms that come with quitting to power your recovery.

Useful Links

JCI (Journal of Clinical Investigation)
National Institute of Health