Tim McGraw's upcoming Shotgun Rider Tour is more than just a night of music and fun. In fact, it may just be the cure for a common ailment.

A newly-released video humorously claims that buying tickets to one of McGraw's upcoming concerts — which include Billy Currington and Chase Bryant as his support acts — may help cure INS, or Intense Nag Syndrome.

"My wife was driving me crazy with INS," one man states at the beginning of the video. He's quickly joined by testimonials from other sufferers, who all share their experiences with the common ailment. "Do this, do that ... don't do that, we never, you always ..." they lament.  The men in the video couldn't seem to find a way to make their wives happy — that is, until their doctors told them about Tim McGraw's Shotgun Rider Tour.

The guys admit to some skepticism, "but as soon as she saw the tickets, things started to get a lot better," one shares. It turns out that a fun night out at one of McGraw's high-energy, hits-filled concerts may be just what the doctor ordered, since the couples in the video have all regained the sense of fun in their relationships.

Of course, no prescription is without side effects. According to the clip, the Shotgun Rider tour may cause pregnancy, hysteria, male dancing, unusually tight male jeans and air guitar playing, and may require a designated driver. The video advises to call your doctor if you have muscle movements that cannot be stopped.

McGraw will bring his prescription for fun to the Taste of Country Music Festival and Country Jam in June as part of the Shotgun Rider tour. See a full list of dates here.

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