Hydration Therapy

Hydration therapy is crucial for athletes. When you have enough fluids in your body, you’ll perform better. Your muscles will work more efficiently, and you can stave off headaches, fatigue, and muscle cramps. There is no doubt that you have seen traditional water stations that accompany endurance races. However, you may not have realized that…

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IV Therapy

Most sporting and athletic events are on pause for the time being because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, if you’re a sports enthusiast, you’re probably still preparing mentally and physically for when you can get back on the field, court or track again. You may be looking for ways to ensure you’re ready to give…

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IV Therapy

Stomach flu is the common name given to viral gastroenteritis. This is an infection of the intestines and stomach that results in nausea, vomiting, watery diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and on occasion, fever. Naturally, it can make you feel dreadful and you’ll have to miss school, work or important social events. Since there is no specific…

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IV Therapy

The human body needs water and other fluids to perform all its normal functions. When you lose or use more fluids than you consume, dehydration results. If you don’t replace the lost fluids, your short and long-term health could be compromised. sometimes dehydration is due to very simple things like being forgetting to drink because…

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Hydration Therapy

Athletes who want to be at the top of their game know they need to eat a nutrient-rich diet and stay hydrated. Whether you’re a professional or amateur, nutrition and hydration play an important role in everything from training to big events and post-event recovery. Sportspeople who don’t get adequate nutrition are more likely to…

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IV Therapy

You may have read about intravenous therapy in a magazine and assumed it was only for sick people, celebrities or rich kids. However, the truth is that almost anyone can benefit. Getting hooked up to an IV is the fastest way to get fluids and nutrients into your bloodstream since the process bypasses the digestive…

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Jet Lag Therapy

If you’ve ever crossed multiple time zones and landed in your destination feeling mentally and physically exhausted, you’ve probably experienced jet lag. It can be frustrating especially if you’re just about to start your vacation or you need to head into an important meeting. Jet lag usually occurs after a long-distance flight which disrupts your…

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Chronic dehydration

Anyone can become dehydrated if exposed to extreme heat or extended physical activity. Typically, acute dehydration can be addressed by drinking water. However, for people suffering from chronic dehydration, their dehydration occurs for longer periods and it can lead to even more serious health challenges. You may not notice any of the usual signs of…

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Hydration Therapy

Whether you’re a competitive athlete or just a fitness enthusiast, staying hydrated plays a major role in your ability to reach peak performance. If you experience fatigue, muscle cramps, lethargy, or an accelerated heart rate, it’s a sign that you’re dehydrated. While drinking water is essential, it won’t replace electrolytes you lost at the gym…

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