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A hangover is your body’s way of telling you that you may have had too much to drink. Waking up with a hangover can be inconvenient on so many levels. The physical pain associated with the uncomfortable symptoms such as a headache, body aches, and upset stomach can be too much to handle for some. Also, having the stress on your mind of wondering if you will be able to get to work on time, make your appointments, or any other tasks you have on your agenda for the day.

The first thought you may have is “How do I get rid of this feeling?”. There are many home remedies you can refer to or call and ask a friend for their opinion on how to get yourself together. Once you get your eyes focused after waking up, you may decide to take a cold shower and see if that is an instant hangover problem solver.

Can a Cold Shower Cure a Hangover? 

woman bathing in natureFor years, there have been conflicting stories saying that taking a cold shower or drinking a cup of coffee will sober a hangover up. These reports are false because there is no instant cure for a hangover. Your body needs time to get over the symptoms and regain hydration and electrolytes in the bloodstream. Having a strong cup of coffee or jumping in the shower is not the answer we all wish it was.

A shower is a good suggestion when someone has a hangover because it promotes circulation, which gets the blood moving. Taking a shower won’t slow down your recovery from symptoms, but it won’t help you instantly bounce back either.

A hangover is very unpleasant, and we would love to do something as simple as a jump in the shower to make the symptoms disappear, but that is not the case.

Can an IV Treatment Help You Recover from a Hangover?

One of the most effective and safest ways to relieve hangover symptoms is to replace the essential electrolytes and vitamins your body needs while getting rid of the toxins brought into the body by consuming alcohol. An IV treatment will take care of this for you.

A specific blended formula made to combat the symptoms of a hangover. Each IV hangover bag has medicine for nausea, upset stomach, and headache and includes essential fluids, minerals, and vitamins that will start ridding your body of the harmful toxins associated with alcohol in the bloodstream.

Individuals who receive treatment notice their symptoms relieved within minutes of starting the iv fluids. This is mainly because an IV is administered directly into the bloodstream allowing for 100% absorption.

When considering home remedies, you should know that most over-the-counter supplements and other marketed treatments take hours to show any effect on the body. IV treatments are made to help give you the relief you need so you can take on the rest of your day.

Get Your Hangover IV

Recover from a big night out with our hangover IV. This treatment helps relieve hangover symptoms by rehydrating, restoring, and replenishing your body. Infusions take less than an hour and are administered by one of our licensed nurses.

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Hangover IV - Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in our hangover IV?

Our Hangover IV treatment contains a blend of IV fluids, electrolytes, vitamins and medication to restore the vitamins in your body and help your body battle with the unwanted hangover symptoms. Among the main ingredients are B-Complex vitamins, Vitamin B12, Toradol and Anti-Nausea medication. 

Why is hangover IV much more effective than hangover drinks?

Hangover IV is more effective than hangover drinks because the IV solution is introduced directly into your blood without having to go through the digestive system which is already overloaded. This means you will feel the effects much faster and feel much better very quickly. 

How long does it take for our Hangover IV to start working?

It usually takes between 30-60 minutes for you to feel the benefits of our Hangover IV drip.

What are the levels of hangover severity?

IV therapy in general is FDA approved. Our nurses are overseen by our Medical Director, Abe Malkin, and every nurse is registered and certified per state standards.

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