Migraine headaches can cause debilitating symptoms such as severe pain, sensitivity to light, nausea, and vomiting, and even cause vision problems such as blurred or foggy vision. These painful, life-altering symptoms can last for hours or even days. Many people who have migraines live in a state of fear and dread of the onset of their next migraine episode.
Do you suffer from migraine headaches? Have you maybe read about IV therapy treatment for migraines, but you’re wondering what exactly is in the treatment? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Today, we’ll clear up the mystery behind what goes into the IV bag – and consequently, into your bloodstream – when you receive IV fluids for migraines.
IV Fluids for Migraines
A common intravenous (IV) treatment for migraines is the Myers cocktail. It is named after its developer, the late Dr. John Myers, MD. The Myers cocktail is made up of magnesium, calcium, B vitamins, and vitamin C. The Myers cocktail is known for boosting energy and preventing fatigue. The intravenous delivery system of the Myers cocktail delivers the vitamins and minerals you need directly into your bloodstream, thus providing fast relief from your migraine symptoms.
In addition to being used to treat migraine headaches, the Myers cocktail is also effective at treating “acute asthma attacks, fatigue (including chronic fatigue syndrome), fibromyalgia, acute muscle spasms, upper respiratory tract infections, chronic sinusitis, seasonal allergic rhinitis, cardiovascular disease, and other disorders,” according to PubMed.
Contact Drip Hydration Today
Drip Hydration offers a Myers cocktail at-home IV therapy treatment for $299.Contact us today to schedule your next treatment. We look forward to helping you treat your migraines and headaches.
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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!