IV Hydration Therapy for Migraines and Headaches

Productive people such as CEOs, entrepreneurs, marketers, and managers who experience headaches and migraines often rely on medications in an attempt to continue being productive through their pain. However, there’s a more effective way to get rid of your symptoms fast: IV therapy.

Overview:

  • IV treatments contain hydration, electrolytes, vitamins, and optional anti-nausea and anti-inflammatory add-ons to improve the symptoms of headaches and migraines.
  • Knowing how to tell the difference between a headache and a migraine can help you seek the most effective treatment faster.
  • Drip Hydration delivers IV treatments for headaches and migraines to you within an hour of booking for fast relief from your symptoms.

micronutrient testingOur IV infusions have the vitamins, electrolytes, antioxidants, and hydrating fluids that your body needs to counteract your symptoms. IV therapy thoroughly hydrates you, restores your levels of electrolytes and vitamins, and flushes out damaging free radicals that can contribute to symptoms. In addition to these ingredients, we offer additional anti-inflammatory and anti-nausea medication for further relief from your symptoms.

Direct-delivery IV therapy for migraines and headaches is a convenient and effective way to get relief from your symptoms fast. Our appointments take 30 – 45 minutes and can be delivered directly to you within an hour of booking, providing unmatched speed and convenience for fast headache and migraine relief.

Drip Hydration wants to make sure you are as comfortable as possible when we deliver headache and migraine relief to you. That’s why we bring the appointment to you wherever you are – whether you’re at home, at a hotel, or even at your office.

Our most popular IV treatments for headaches and migraines are our:

  • Myers Cocktail IV: The original IV formula, our Myers Cocktail is a unique blend that can address a wide variety of health targets, including migraine symptoms.
  • All-Inclusive IV: When you want to leave absolutely no room for doubt, our all-inclusive IV is a true workhorse when it comes to whole-body wellness. This IV can improve your migraine symptoms, boost your immune system, detoxify your body, boost your energy levels, and so much more.
  • Hangover IV: No, you may not have a hangover, but this IV is designed to quell upset stomachs and reduce pounding headaches fast for relief from your symptoms within an hour of treatment.
  • Dehydration IV: Sometimes, a headache or migraine can be triggered by dehydration. Our dehydration IV will restore your internal fluid balance within minutes and improve your symptoms quickly.

In addition to these recommended formulas, we offer custom IV blends to address specific health targets to help address other issues that might be ailing you.

How to tell the Difference Between a Headache and a Migraine

Headaches and migraines are more than painful and inconvenient; they can hamper your productivity and dampen your mood. Knowing how to tell the difference between headaches and migraines can help you seek the correct treatment and get relief from your symptoms as quickly as possible.

Headaches

difference between a headache and a migraineHead pain, pressure, and throbbing are all common symptoms of headaches, although the location of these symptoms varies depending on the type of headache you have. Most people have had a headache at least once in their life.

There are three types of primary headaches, where an illness or other external factor is not the cause of symptoms.

  • Tension headaches: Often described as feeling like a tight band surrounding your head, tension headaches are caused by stress and – you guessed it – tension. Tension headaches can also manifest at the back of your head, in your neck, or even in your shoulders. If you think you might have a tension headache, take a break from what you are doing and try to relax to help ease your tightened muscles.
  • Sinus headaches: Sometimes called ‘allergy headaches’, this type manifests in your sinuses. You may experience pain or pressure behind your eyes, above your eyebrows, at the center of your forehead, or below your eyes. You can often, but not always, identify a sinus headache if these areas are tender when gently pressed. A warm compress can help ease sinus headaches, especially those that come with sinus infections.
  • Cluster headaches: A type of headache that generally manifests in a localized area, such as behind one eye or in a specific part of your head. Cluster headaches often happen in a series, one subsiding only to be replaced by another over a duration of minutes or hours. Some people may experience cluster headaches around the same time every day for a period of month. It is not yet certain what causes cluster headaches.

There are many types of secondary headaches, where an external factor or illness is casing symptoms. These types of headaches are linked to the cause. Below, we’ve listed several of the most common types, but this is not a comprehensive list:

  • Caffeine headaches: As the name suggests, caffeine headaches are directly related to your consumption of caffeine. You can get a caffeine headache either from ingesting too much caffeine or by suddenly stopping regular caffeine consumption. If you’re getting headaches from drinking too much caffeine, consider cutting back how many cups you drink per day. If your headaches stem from going cold turkey on caffeine, consider amending your approach to gradually remove caffeine from your routine.
  • Hypertension headaches: These headaches are caused by hypertension (high blood pressure), where the physical pressure in your veins contributes to your symptoms.
  • Dehydration headaches: This type of headache is caused when you have not ingested enough fluid. Because they do not have enough fluid to function optimally, your cells and veins shrink and pull away from the interior of your skull and can cause a dull or aching pain.
  • Hormone headaches: Some people may experience headaches that are related to changing hormones, especially during menopause, andropause, or pregnancy.

There are many more types of headaches, but these are the most commonly experienced types. Some people may experience episodic headaches, meaning that they happen every once in a while. Others may experience chronic headaches, which happen on a regular basis over an extended period of time.

  • Top tip: There are many types of headaches, all of which can manifest in various parts of your head. Headaches are not accompanied by vision changes or sensitivity to light or sound.

Migraines

Migraines are a type of headache. Pain, pressure, and throbbing are some of the symptoms that overlap with headaches. Migraines can be thought of as a severe form of headache. This type of headache may last for hours, a couple of days, and potentially weeks for some people. Severe migraines can impact your work, school, and social life by making it challenging – if not impossible – to meet the demands of your schedule.

Migraines are characterized by several symptoms that make them distinct from other types of headaches:

  • Severe pain on one side of your head
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Sensitivity to sound
  • Nausea
  • Vision changes (such as lights or bright spots)

What Causes Migraines?

Research is ongoing to determine what causes migraines. It’s generally agreed that they result from a combination of environmental factors. A variety of factors can trigger migraines, some of which are hereditary and some of which are external. The exact cause of a migraine varies from person to person.

Avoiding triggers can help reduce your chances of developing a migraine. Some people may never know the exact cause of their migraines.
If you’re trying to determine what triggers your migraines, consider these potential causes:

  • Genetics
  • Your environment
  • Family history
  • Changes in weather or temperature
  • Chemical imbalances in your body
  • Hormonal changes
  • Stress
  • Certain medications
  • Sleeping habits (eg. inconsistent sleep, a changing schedule, inadequate sleep)

Regardless of whether you know your trigger or not, addressing the symptoms of a migraine as quickly as possible can reduce the length and severity of symptoms.

Migraine Symptoms

Some people experience what is known as a migraine prodrome. The prodrome is the period of time prior to the full onset of symptoms generally characterized by symptoms unique to the individual.

A migraine prodrome can manifest as:

  • Food cravings
  • Excessive thirst despite drinking water regularly
  • Mood shifts
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Auras around sources of light
  • Sensitivity to sound
  • Insomnia
  • Unexplained disorientation

Someone who has never experienced a migraine before may not recognize the symptoms of a prodrome. However, if you’ve dealt with migraines before, you may be able to recognize these early-onset symptoms and take steps to mitigate your symptoms before they start.

The symptoms of a migraine are severe and generally cannot be remedied with over-the-counter pain medication. Symptoms vary from person to person, and some people may experience a collection of symptoms while others experience only one or two.

The symptoms of migraines may include:

  • Severe pain on one side or throughout the head
  • Throbbing or pulsating pain
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Sensitivity to sound
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Vision changes

Migraines can last for hours, a couple of days, and in some cases even weeks. Since migraines are debilitating to many people, it’s important to seek relief from migraine symptoms so that you can get back to being productive and feeling great as quickly as possible.

When Should I See a Doctor About a Headache or Migraine?

difference between a headache and a migraineIn some cases, a headache or migraine can be a sign of another condition. Call your doctor immediately if you experience the following symptoms. These symptoms are not a normal part of headaches or migraines and should be evaluated by a medical professional.

  • Stiff neck
  • Rash
  • Vomiting
  • Confusion
  • Slurred speech
  • A fever of 100.4°F (38°C) or higher
  • Paralysis in any part of your body
  • Visual loss

IV Therapy for Headaches and Migraines, Delivered Directly to You

Headaches and migraines can be a consequence of a busy lifestyle, but you don’t have to endure them while you’re pursuing your goals. While can often be treated by over-the-counter painkillers, migraines don’t always respond to medication.

That’s where IV therapy comes in. IV treatments are a natural and effective way to relieve your symptoms quickly. As with all of our IVs, we can include custom add-ons such as anti-inflammatory and anti-nausea medications to help bring fast relief from particularly nasty symptoms.

Best of all, we bring the appointment to you, delivering migraine relief to you whether you’re at the office, on-the-go at a conference, or working from home. Our IVs generally take 30 – 45 minutes to administer and can provide relief from your symptoms immediately. Call us or book online for relief to be delivered to you within an hour of booking.