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IV Hydration Therapy Explained

IV hydration therapy is rising in popularity as people realize the importance of staying hydrated.  Additionally, it can be used to cure a hangover, treat migraines, help athletes recover, relieve stress, or re-hydrate after an illness, a long flight, or a day in the hot sun.

The treatment involves delivering fluids directly into a person’s bloodstream through a small IV inserted into the arm. The fluids included in the bag can be a mix of vitamins, electrolytes, antioxidants, and even medication. Examples of electrolytes can include magnesium, potassium, B vitamins, sulfate, and calcium. 

IV hydration therapy is incredibly effective because it enables fluids to circulate throughout a body much more quickly than drinking fluids would, which leads to a faster recovery time.  Additionally, the treatment does not flush out the vitamins, electrolytes, and nutrients taken in, which happens when a person drinks large amounts of liquid.

Patients can receive IV hydration in your office or you can offer mobile IV therapy services, where you travel to a client’s home, hotel, or office to administer the therapy. While pricing varies greatly across the United Sates, patients can expect to pay between $100-$695 per treatment.

If you think offering IV hydration therapy is right for you, check out this
article from Prime Hydration & Wellness, which covers how to start such a business or offer it in your salon, spa or medspa.  To your growth and continued success.

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