Hangover IV Help in Denver

Have You Overindulged?
Don’t worry, it happens sometimes. Unfortunately, one of the results of that overindulgence is the dreaded hangover. People vary in their susceptibility to hangovers. For some people, a single drink is all it takes to trigger one. Others never seem to experience the nasty effects of a hangover no matter how much they drink!

Hangover Symptoms
A few of the more miserable symptoms of a hangover include:
• Dehydration
• Nausea and vomiting
• Headache and aching muscles
• Dizziness
• Weakness and shakiness
• Irritability

Hangover IV Help
One of the main symptoms (and causes) of a hangover is dehydration. Alcohol suppresses the hormone vasopressin which controls water loss in your body. The more alcohol you drink, the more you urinate, and the more dehydrated you become. According to Dr. Gary Murray from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, “Alcohol is a diuretic, so you end up losing water. And the dehydration effect is probably the most severe contributor to hangover.”
The unpleasant symptoms of a hangover can last as long as 24 hours. That’s a long time to endure such misery! Fortunately, there is help at hand. As we like to say, “Don’t wait, hydrate!” IV rehydration therapy can rehydrate your body to get you feeling better quickly.
Our special hangover IV was developed by our medical staff. It includes normal saline, b-complex vitamins, and medications to relieve pain and nausea. The combination will help relieve the awful feeling of a hangover and get you feeling better quickly.

Why Choose Hydrate IV Bar?
When you’re in need of a hangover IV bar in Denver, look no further than Hydrate IV Bar. Our focus is on promoting wellness from within and that includes treating hangovers! A medically licensed staff member will administer your hangover IV drip in one of our four comfortable, relaxing IV centers.
Simply choose a location, book an appointment online, and then sit back, relax, rehydrate, and recover from the debilitating effects of your unfortunate overindulgence.