Remember my theory. We all are like a rain gauge. When something happens, the gauge visual shows some water, but it drains pretty quickly.
If something else negative happens, the liquid fills again, but doesn't drain right away completely.
If nothing else happens, it slowly drains. But, if bad/stressful things keep happening, the water fills higher, and can't drain at the rate that it's filling, until it's very high.
We react, on levels that we may not realize or admit, to every bit of stress in our modern lives. And, if we aren't given the time to allow ourselves, and the chemicals in our body, to unwind/return to normal, we are dragged further and further down, health-wise...mentally and physically...and require longer to get back to a healthy normal.
So, to me it makes sense about the 'hangover,' even though I'd never thought about it in those terms.
I've found that it's extra important, after something like you just experienced, to sleep, eat, and hydrate well/normally, and not be late for medications. When we stop eating and drinking normally, because we are upset, it prolongs recovery.
The camper makes sense, and is easier to make happen county/state rule/law-wise.
I think it's best for everyone, too.
Thanks for the update!
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