Hydration IV Drips

Hydration IV Drip


Hydration IV drip in London

Key Nutrients: Saline fluid, Sodium Bi-carbonate, Electrolytes

PLUS: Vitamin B Complex, Vitamin C

When to infuse: Combat dehydration due to hangover, travel, illness or excessive exercise. It is also great for pre/post vacation rehydration.

How often: Singular infusions are recommended.

When you work hard and play hard, taking care of your body can fall to the bottom of the to-do list. Take some time for yourself and refresh your body with ultra IV hydration and a boost of much-needed B vitamins.

Complete with up to 2 litres of electrolyte fluids, the intravenous drip is perfect for complete body rehydration and will optimize energy production from carbohydrates and proteins.

Feel refreshed, energized and ready to take on all that day has to offer.

Who needs this Infusion Therapy?

The hydration drip is best for those who are looking for extra hydration due to hangovers, travel, illness, or excessive exercise. Below are signs that you are rehydrated:

  • Chronic dehydration
  • Jet lag recovery
  • Hangovers
  • Muscle soreness / stiffness
  • Feeling lethargic with no energy
  • Dry, flaky, and dull skin
  • Post-holiday recovery

Hydration  IV drip near me

You do not need to worry about finding a hydration IV vitamin drip clinic nearby that offers hydration intravenous effusion. Our at-home IV therapy, mobile concierge service can be with you in no time and infuse the necessary multivitamins and minerals you need at the comfort of your own home to fully hydrate.

What is intravenous nutrient therapy?

Intravenous nutrient therapy, or IV therapy, was meant to have been started by John Myers a Physician from Baltimore who pioneered the use of administering parenteral vitamins and minerals intravenously as part of the overall treatment of various medical conditions and to treat dehydration.

Intravenous therapy is the administration of fluids, medications, or nutritional supplements directly into your veins through an iv catheter. It is a common, minimally invasive process to infuse these necessary elements directly into the bloodstream through an iv bag, tubing and iv cannula where it can be utilised rapidly to treat a myriad of common complaints and ailments.


Where to get an iv drip in London?

You can get easily get an IV drip in our clinic in London. You can book your parenteral infusion appointment using our online booking diary or over the phone.


Who will perform my Hydration IV Drip Therapy?

The intravenous infusion will be administered by an infusion nurse registered nurses (RGN). Our nurses are registered nurses (RGN) and have years of experience working for the NHS and private sector so that you can rest assured that you are safe and in good hands.


How much does an IV drip cost?

You will find the vitamin IV drips affordable and the cost of the drips is clearly stated with the drips descriptions.


How does intravenous nutrient therapy work?

IV therapy works by allowing your body to absorb 100% of the vitamins, as opposed to only 10% with oral supplements and can leave you feeling great for weeks. Our vitamin and mineral, rehydration therapy will deliver vital nutrients straight into your blood stream.

The rationale for IV administration of nutrients is that it can achieve serum concentrations that are not obtainable with oral or intramuscular administration. This is because of the more rapid entry of the nutrients to the bloodstream.


What are the benefits of intravenous nutrient therapy?

Almost anyone can benefit from intravenous nutrient therapy; whether you are dealing with the stress and strains of modern-day life, feeling run down and tired, looking to boost sports performance and recovery, as part of a dietary program to aid weight loss or to aid detoxification protocols, the rewards are endless.

Many relatively healthy patients will also choose to come in for periodic infusions because they noticed it enhanced their overall wellbeing for periods of a week or several months.

Some signs and symptoms of dehydration.

+ Extreme thirst
+ Sunken eyes
+ Reduced urine output; urine that is dark
+ Weakness and fatigue
+ Rapid weight loss
+ Dry, warm skin
+ Skin that is wrinkled or has little elasticity
+ Rapid pulse
+ Dry mouth
+ “Tearless” crying
+ Muscle cramps
+ Headache