Hydrate yourself with 1L of fluids. Infuse directly to your bloodstream bypassing digestive system to allow rapid and effective absorption of nutrients where you need them most. The fastest way to hydrate without going to hospital or clinic. Infused with essential electrolytes and vitamins.
INGREDIENTS: 1L of fluids, Electrolytes
Add Ons: add ins $25/each:
B complex vitamins
B12 (can be given IV or IM)
Benadryl (Anti Histamine)
Zofran (Anti Nausea)
Pepcid (Anti heartburn, antacid )
Toradol (NSAID Non-Narcotic Pain Management)
Additional Saline (1L) $50
IV Hydration Treatment
Thirst isn’t always a reliable early indicator of the body’s need for water. Many people, particularly older adults, don’t feel thirsty until they’re already dehydrated. That’s why it’s important to hydrate regularly before feeling thirsty.
The signs and symptoms of dehydration may include:
- feeling thirsty
- dark yellow and strong-smelling pee
- feeling dizzy or lightheaded
- feeling tired
- a dry mouth, lips, and eyes
- peeing little, and fewer than four times a day
It’s normal to lose water from your body every day by sweating, breathing, peeing, and through tears and saliva (spit). Usually, you replace the lost liquid by drinking fluids and eating foods that contain water. However, if you lose too much water or don’t drink and eat enough, you can dehydrate.
You can lose more water than usual with:
- A fever
- Excessive sweating
- Peeing a lot (Diabetes and some medications like water pills — also called diuretics — can make you pee more often.)
You may not replace the water you lose because:
- You’re busy and forget to drink enough.
- You don’t realize you’re thirsty.
- You don’t feel like drinking because you have a sore throat or mouth sores or are sick to your stomach.
Anyone can get dehydrated, but the odds are higher for some people:
- Older adults often don’t realize they’re thirsty. If they can’t get around very well anymore, they may not get a drink easily or may not be able to take in enough fluids due to medical conditions.
- People who are ill with a cold or sore throat may not want to eat or drink.
- People with a chronic disease such as type 1 or type 2 diabetes can pee a lot if the condition is uncontrolled. They also may take medicines such as water pills, which make them go more often.
- People who are active outside in hot and humid weather sometimes can’t cool down effectively because their sweat doesn’t evaporate. This can lead to a higher body temperature and the need for more water.
If you don’t drink enough water, you may become dehydrated; Meaning your body doesn’t have enough fluid to operate correctly.
Your urine can be an indicator if you’re dehydrated. If it’s colorless or light yellow, you’re well hydrated. If your urine is a dark yellow or amber color, you may be dehydrated.
Some people are at higher risk of dehydration. Including people who exercise at a high intensity (or in hot weather) for too long, have certain medical conditions (kidney stones, bladder infection), are sick (fever, vomiting, diarrhea), are pregnant or breastfeeding, or aren’t able to get enough fluids during the day.
If staying hydrated is difficult for you, then the IV Hydration’s Dehydration treatment that includes a blend of IV fluids and electrolytes is the choice for your body’s hydration.