Severe dehydration is nothing to be taken lightly. It can cause severe dizziness that makes it to where you can’t stand or walk, it can cause seizures, and it can send your body into shock. Luckily, Drip Hydration offers several effective at-home IV therapy treatments for dehydration.
What Exactly is in an IV bag for Dehydration?
The IV fluids for dehydration differ depending on which IV treatment you choose. The Dehydration IV therapy involves a blend of IV fluids and electrolytes. The Hangover IV therapy includes a blend of IV fluids, electrolytes, vitamins, and medications. The Myers cocktail is made up of magnesium, calcium, B vitamins, and vitamin C. The All-Inclusive IV treatment is composed of IV fluids, vitamins, amino acids, and glutathione.
The Dehydration IV therapy costs $249. The Hangover IV treatment and the Myers cocktail cost $299 each. The All-Inclusive IV costs $399.
Why Use IV Treatment Instead of Drinking Water or Sports Drinks?
Drinking water or sports drinks is not always the best option to resolve dehydration. These methods can take hours for you to be rehydrated by drinking fluids. That is because most of the fluids are absorbed into your large intestine before going into the rest of your body.
Drinking lots of fluids can also be as uncomfortable as the dehydration that led you to drink a large number of liquids in the first place, making you feel overly full and bloated. Drinking too much liquid can also cause your sodium levels to drop to dangerous levels. IV hydration therapy goes directly into your bloodstream and hydrates you more efficiently than drinking large amounts of water, sports drinks, or other liquids.
Contact us today to learn more about Drip Hydration and the IV therapy that we offer. Schedule your next appointment today
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In-Home IV Treatments With Drip Hydration
Drip Hydration offers mobile IV treatments in the comfort of your home. Once you book your appointment, a certified nurse will come to your desired location and administer the treatment, which usually takes less than an hour. During this time, you can do anything you’d like, such as relax under a warm blanket or watch TV. Drip Hydration will also go to hotels, worksites, or other locations upon request.
You can either browse our treatment options and decide which is best for you or speak to a representative who can help you choose what you need based on your health goals. To schedule your appointment or learn more, contact us today!