A hangover is associated with a variety of symptoms that may include drowsiness, headache, concentration problems, dry mouth, dizziness, gastrointestinal complaints, and fatigue.
Our treatment rehydrates your body, helps you flush out toxins, restores nutrients lost during a night of heavy drinking, and cleanses your system.
Our formula includes anti-nausea and anti-inflammatory medications to provide fast relief so you’ll be back to feeling normal in no time.
WHAT ARE COMMON INGREDIENTS IN A VITAMIN IV FOR HANGOVERS?
There are several types of vitamin IV hangover drips, but most contain four essential components – water, vitamins, electrolytes, and glutathione. Water acts as a hydrating solution to help improve blood circulation and flush toxins through the kidneys faster. Vitamins such as B1, B12, C, calcium, amino acids, zinc, and folic acid are useful since alcohol impairs the absorption and use of vitamins and minerals in the gut. Electrolytes, such as potassium and sodium, help with fatigue and vomiting. And glutathione is an antioxidant that helps detoxify the liver, as well as provide numerous other benefits.
For the safest vitamin IV therapy, you should look for a reputable healthcare provider who can monitor the infusion. If you had too much to drink last night and are suffering from a hangover, come to Regencis for treatment.
TO UNDERSTAND WHY AN IV HANGOVER CURE MIGHT WORK, LET’S FIRST LOOK AT THE TYPICAL HANGOVER SYMPTOMS.
- Fatigue and weakness
- Thirst and dry mouth
- Sensitivity to light and sound
- Nausea and/or vomiting
These symptoms generally last about 24 hours. Vitamin IV therapy allows various intravenous fluids to be delivered to your body immediately without you having to consume anything orally (which is often difficult due to nausea). Plus, the cocktail of vitamins for a hangover often includes anti-nausea and pain medication as well. Since the IV drip allows the nutrients, fluids, and medication to bypass your digestive system – going directly into your bloodstream – it speeds up your recovery time.