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When you’re dehydrated, you want to feel better as soon as possible. When your body loses more fluids than it takes in, you’re dehydrated. To reduce the symptoms of dehydration, many individuals will advise you to rehydrate with water or other liquids. But what if there’s a more efficient way?

IV drip fluids are one of the most effective ways to rehydrate. In an hour or less, an IV drip dehydration can have you feeling rejuvenated and invigorated. When you don’t feel well enough to get out of bed or want to experience the benefits of a tailored IV outside of a hospital setting, mobile IV therapy is ideal.

We deliver mobile IV therapy for dehydration to your home, workplace, workspace, job site, or hotel room. 

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What Are the Benefits of IV Therapy for Dehydration?

IV therapy is one of the most effective dehydration treatments available, and it can be used for symptoms of mild to severe dehydration. Fluids, vitamins, and other nutrients are pumped straight into the bloodstream during IV rehydration.

Different fluids and fluid volumes may be utilized or added to your IV treatment dehydration package depending on the severity of your dehydration and your unique symptoms. Your fluid solution will also be determined by your age and any medical issues you may have. Until all IV fluids and their contents are expelled or digested, IV fluids will stay in your system.

Saline solution is included in our basic IV hydration package at Infuzed, and this alone will offer you a big hydration increase. You can also have the choice of extra add-ons to your IV hydration treatments.


IVs Can Help with Common Deydration Side Effects 

Dehydration, also known as exsiccosis, is a condition in which the total body water level drops, causing hypernatremic and hypertonic symptoms. When your body doesn’t have enough water or other fluids to carry out its normal tasks, you’re dehydrated.

Common symptoms of dehydration for children are:

  • Irritability
  • Sunken eyes and cheeks
  • No tears when crying
  • Dry mouth and tongue

Symptoms of mild or moderate dehydration in adults include:

  • Dry, cool skin
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Thirst 
  • Dry or sticky mouth
  • Less frequent urination
  • Dark-colored urine 
  • Muscle cramps

Symptoms of severe dehydration in adults include:

  • Very dry skin
  • Feeling dizzy
  • Having very dark yellow pee or not peeing at all
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Rapid breathing
  • Fainting
  • Sleepiness or lack of energy
  • Irritability or confusion
  • Sunken eyes 

Severe dehydration is a medical emergency that must be treated right away. By delivering critical vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants straight into your bloodstream, our IV hydration services can help to ease the symptoms of dehydration.

Will My Child Be Able To Benefit From IV Hydration?

Unfortunately at this time we cannot hydrate anyone under the age of 18 with or without parent consent. See below to view tips to keeping your children hydrated. 

Tips for keeping your children hydrated during sports: 

If your child is becoming dehydrated, noticing early can help prevent heat exhaustion, heat cramps, and heat stroke. Teach your child to be aware of these signs and symptoms, and tell them to alert their coach, take a break, and drink plenty of fluids if any of these symptoms appear:

  • Dry mouth
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Cramps
  • Fatigue

Strategies for Keeping Kids Hydrated

Making sure kids stay hydrated throughout the day can be challenging, especially if your child doesn’t enjoy drinking water. While it can be tempting to offer them soda or sports drinks in place of water, that’s not “the best” idea. Because many sodas contain caffeine, a natural diuretic, they’ll lead to even faster dehydration.

While sports drinks are better than sodas, they often contain lots of sugar. Gatorade Zero is our choice of drink during sporting events to ensure we’re getting electrolytes and fluids. 

If your child is a reluctant water drinker, rather than falling back on flavored beverages, try giving them a water bottle in a bright color or fun pattern. Encourage them to finish and refill the water bottle at least twice each day before their sports practice or game even begins. Hydrating snacks like watermelon or other fruit can also be good vehicles for water, especially for younger children.

Prevention is your best weapon in the fight against dehydration. By following these tips, you can keep your kids on the field and out of potentially dangerous situations.

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