Sure, it may be “dry January”…but with this year starting off on a chaotic note for everyone, that theme has quickly been drowned out for most people. And for some, trying to relax with a few glasses of wine sometimes gets a little out of hand. Hangovers are never fun, and sometimes a quick sobering is just what we need.
Vitamin infusions are a great option for dealing with hangover! Filled with nutrients, vitamin infusion therapy can help you get over hangover quickly to feel rejuvenated in time for work, events, meetings, and more! Read below for more information!
NOTE: If you or someone you love is struggling with alcohol addition or substance abuse, contact your local substance abuse center or hotline for help. To talk to American Addiction Center’s 24/7, fully-confidential hotline, call 1-888-685-5770. Vitamin infusions are not meant to overcome, cope with, or stabilize substance abuse.
What is a Vitamin Infusion?
While most of us are used to talking vitamins through foods, it can be surprising to learn that only 50% of the vitamins from food are actually absorbed during digestion. A vitamin infusion treatment is administered through IV, which means that around 90% of the vitamins are absorbed straight through the bloodstream — a big difference!
Vitamin infusions therapy (VIT) is extremely beneficial for those looking for a nutritional boost. Our bodies use vitamins and minerals to naturally calibrate and feel better, so vitamin infusions help this process for those who may be lacking or wishing for more nutrients. VIT treatments are administered from medical professionals through IV with results showing either immediately or gradually, depending on the treatment administered.
How Can I Fix Hangover Fast?
Ironically enough, VIT treatment can help you get over hangover with a cocktail! Unlike alcoholic cocktails, vitamin “cocktails” are a mix of various vitamins and minerals mixed together to give you the exact nutrients needed. Additional vitamin add-ons can be mixed as “shots” to further personalize the VIT treatment. Some examples of VIT treatments are:
1) Immunity Boost Cocktail to help with strengthening the immune system (Vitamin C, Zinc, and B Complex)
2) The Recovery & Performance Cocktail for athletes looking for a boost (an amino acid blend, B complex, carnitine, lysine, vitamin C, etc.)
3) The Inner Beauty Cocktail to strengthen hair, nails, and skin (B complex, vitamin C, Folic acid, COq10 1, glutathione, vitamin B12, etc.)
4) And the classic Myer’s Cocktail (Magnesium chloride, calcium chloride, vitamin B12, vitamin C, B complex, etc.).
For hangovers, Virginia Infusions Therapy center offers the Get-Up-And-Go Recovery Bag cocktail specifically to help rid of hangover! This cocktail includes B complex, Vitamin C, Folic acid 0.1 ml, Amino acid blend-Tri-Amino (Arginine / Citrulline / Ornithine),
Magnesium sulfate, and Multitrace-5 Concentrate (Zinc / Copper / Manganese / Chromium / Selenium).
Are Vitamins A Hangover Cure?
Vitamin infusion therapies are meant to help you feel rejuvenated, stronger, fresher, and more active than how you felt before. It does this by using specific vitamins and minerals to address the symptoms of hangover, such as nausea, headache, dizziness, dry mouth, and fatigue. By administering electrolytes, water, glutathoine, and (of course) vitamins through IV. Providing vitamins directly through the bloodstream, VIT treatments speed up recovery time for hangover so that patients leave the office feeling more refreshed than when they entered!
Feeling Nauseous When Hungover?
If you’re one of the many people who suffer from intense nausea when hungover, then vitamin infusions may be your best bet when searching for relief! Unlike oral hangover medications which can be especially difficult to take while nauseous, vitamin infusions are administered directly into the bloodstream and can include addition medication, such as Zofran, to help with nausea. Nausea from hangover can last hours, or sometimes even days, for some people. But with a VIT treatment, that recovery time is quickly over since the nutrients your body needs to feel better are administered right then!
How Often Do I Need Vitamin Infusions Therapy For Hangover?
Depending on the infusion therapy cocktail, such as the Inner Beauty treatment, the results are best after one or more treatments. For this type of cocktail, it can take a few weeks to see the results. However, for the Get-Up-And-Go Recovery Bag, results are seen almost immediately and only one treatment is necessary! While hungover, the body is deprived of important nutrients, hydration, electrolytes, and more. With VIT treatments, the vitamins and minerals the body needs are immediately fulfilled, helping the body feel better, quicker!
I Want To Try Vitamin Infusion Therapy - What Now?
Here at Virginia Infusions Therapy Center, we value your health and safety above all. We would love to talk with you about our services or schedule a consultation with you! You can contact us below:
Also, make certain you have a comprehensive medical history to give to the practitioner. In order to give you the best results and be as safe as possible, we will need to know your health history, any concerns you may have, any and all medications you take, and all vitamins you ingest (yes, including teas and similar supplements!)
Expect infusions usually take 20 minutes to an hour, and usually cost around $200-$300 per treatment, depending on the “cocktail.” With our trained medical practitioners, we would love to help you create a cocktail mixture that is perfect for your needs, and healthiest for your wellbeing. We look forward to talking with you!
Where Can I Get Vitamin Infusions?
At Virginia Infusion Therapies, we offer a variety of vitamin infusion treatments for our patients. Our office is conveniently located in Leesburg, Virginia, near INOVA Loudoun Hospital.
If you are interested in receiving vitamin infusions at Virginia Infusions Therapies, we recommend learning about our vitamin infusion varieties. Talk with you primary care physician, then set up your appointment! We can’t wait to see you!
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