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What Are the Best Vitamins You Can Take for Quick Relief of Hangover Symptoms?

You probably are already aware that alcohol makes you urinate a lot during a fun night out. It turns out that alcohol makes you often urinate and also loses important vitamins that your body needs.

What leads to a hangover?

There is no question about it that drinking an excessive amount of alcohol can cause you to get a hangover. The more you drink, the worse a hangover will be.

How do I know if I have a hangover?

Depending on how much you had to drink, the symptoms of a hangover may differ. However, common symptoms are:

  • An Inability to focus
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Extreme tiredness and feeling weak
  • Poor sleep quality
  • Feeling dizzy
  • Upset stomach or vomiting
  • Being sensitive to light or sound
  • Trembles
  • Changes in mood
  • Feeling a headache or muscle soreness

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A blend of IV fluids, electrolytes, vitamins, and medications to restore vitamins in your body and help you overcome your hangover symptoms quickly.

What can I do to feel better if I have a hangover?

Fortunately, there are ways to feel better from a hangover. Though, it’s important to know that while there are methods to feel relief from hangovers, there is technically no cure for them. Here are some ways you may be able to feel better from a hangover.

Try taking a Vitamin B complex supplement

As previously stated, you lose vitamins in your body as you urinate from drinking alcohol. Many of the different types of Vitamin B are what you lose the most every time you urinate. However, when you have a hangover, taking a Vitamin B complex supplement is supposed to help you feel better. There are several types of vitamins in the Vitamin B complex.

Vitamin B12 (also known as Cobalamin)

Vitamin B12 is important as it plays a big role in how the brain functions and creates energy. Therefore, it may help reduce the tiredness commonly felt during a hangover.

Vitamin B1 (also known as Thiamine)

You may have the potential risk of being Vitamin B1 deficient if you drink alcohol; on a regular basis. Because of this, hangovers are more likely to be experienced.

Vitamin B2 (also known as Riboflavin)

This vitamin helps your body fight against any foreign harm. Vitamin B2 also helps with absorbing other B vitamins.

Vitamin B3 (also known as Nicotinamide)

When you drink alcohol, your body starts to crave Vitamin B3. In addition, if you drink too much, your body needs more than the recommended daily dose of Vitamin B3.

Vitamin B6 (also known as Pyridoxine)

This vitamin, just like other types of Vitamin B, gets expelled when you’re drinking a lot of alcohol. Furthermore, when you lack Vitamin B6, your liver becomes more vulnerable. The good news is that taking this vitamin may help you feel less affected by a hangover.

Zinc may help

Zinc helps in breaking down alcohol while you’re drinking. But just like the other vitamins you lose, your body also loses Zinc. Replenishing yourself with Zinc while having a hangover is a good option to reduce the unpleasant symptoms you may feel.

Consider taking Vitamin C

There have been studies that show that Vitamin C may reduce swelling in the liver. Though it hasn’t been completely proven that Vitamin C may help in other ways to treat a hangover, It is safe to say that it can help with the symptoms to a certain degree.

Taking Vitamin D is worth a try

Vitamin D is just another thing that your body craves when you’re consuming alcohol. Replenishing yourself with Vitamin D may help you feel better from a hangover.

Magnesium is also another option

Magnesium could be another option you may want to consider taking. The upside of magnesium is that while it has other main benefits, it can also hydrate you.

Is there a better option than just taking vitamins?

If you’re still unsure about what to take to help you feel better from a hangover, there is one other option that you could also consider. This option would be IV therapy, which is the fastest and most helpful method of getting relief from a hangover.

IV therapy – what is it?

Getting an IV treatment is an easy process that is hardly painful. The only pain you may feel is a sting from a needle going through your arm. This procedure is usually done in a clinical setting. If it seems too overwhelming to go out to get the treatment, a professional may also come to your home.

Why should I try Hangover IV therapy?

hangover IV treatment only takes between half an hour to an hour to help you get rehydrated, as rehydration is extremely important. This would be the best way to feel better with the fastest outcome.

In short, there are ways to make a hangover feel less miserable. If you’re looking for the best option, then Hangover IV therapy may be worth trying.

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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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