Formulated to address specific symptoms, the components of a hangover IV treatment consist of:
Intravenous fluid: Dehydration often occurs due to alcohol’s suppression of antidiuretic hormone (ADH). IV fluid aids in replenishing lost fluids and electrolytes.
Anti-inflammatory medication: This remedy hinders the release of specific inflammatory substances, providing relief from headaches and general pain.
Anti-nausea and vomiting medication: This component disrupts the transmission of signals in your nervous system, alleviating stomach irritation and inflammation.
Conquer Lingering Symptoms with Home-Based IV Hydration.
While your body processes and expels toxins, there are numerous unpleasant effects that can arise, such as:
- Tiredness and lack of energy
- Muscle soreness
- Nausea and vomiting
These symptoms often persist for a duration of 24 to 72 hours. However, IV hangover treatment offers a rapid and efficient approach to overcoming the unpleasant symptoms experienced after a night of drinking. It allows you to regain enough wellness and functionality to restore productivity.
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What can SwiftHealth treat?
SwiftHealth providers can treat non-emergency medical conditions that can be treated in a healthcare facility or urgent care center. This includes common illnesses and injuries, such as upper respiratory infections (URI), flu, urinary tract infection (UTI), migraines, stitches, dehydration and more.
Who can you treat?
SwiftHealth provides non-emergency medical care to patients 3 months and older.
Do you offer x-ray services?
We are pleased to offer in-home x-ray services through one of our partner imaging providers.
Can I get a prescription?
If the provider prescribes medication it is submitted electronically to the pharmacy of your choice.
Can you refill my routine medication?
When clinically appropriate, a SwiftHealth provider can renew a 30 day supply of many prescriptions up to twice per calendar year.
What are my payment options?
SwiftHealth accepts all major credit cards. Payments can be made with your health savings account (HSA), flexible spending account (FSA), or health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) card.
Swift Health is not an emergency service and does not provide emergency medical care. If you are having an emergency, please visit the nearest Emergency Room or call 911.