If you’re losing fluids too fast due to illness, excessive drinking, or intense athletic activity, then consider IV hydration therapy from one of our trained specialists in the greater Austin, Texas, area. Make an appointment by phone or online with Juventas, the restorative medicine and plasma therapy clinic conveniently located in San Marcos.
Myer’s Cocktail $150
- Reenergize from feeling of fatigue
- Alleviate minor aches and pains
- Prevent illness and subside symptoms
- Improve athletic performance
Hangover Aid $175
- Includes all benefits of Myer’s Cocktail, with extra Magnesium and extra B Vitamins
- Helps alleviate hangover symptoms such as headache and nausea
Rehydration Solution $100
- Rehydration from intense athletic activity
- Regain fluid loss from illness
- Restore electrolytes
Common ingredients include potassium, sodium, and supplements like vitamins C and B. Some treatments often include anti-inflammatories like ibuprofen and ketorolac, or an anti-nausea medication like ondansetron.
Our specialists recommend different IV hydration therapy options depending on what’s causing your symptoms:
Myer’s Cocktail is also a preventive measure against sickness and is popular for its re-energizing capabilities.
In addition to the powerful ingredients in Myer’s Cocktail, the specialist adds extra magnesium and extra B vitamins to create the Hangover Aid, which is especially effective if you’ve been vomiting.
The Rehydration Solution not only helps you regain fluid loss, it’s also packed with electrolytes, making it a frequent choice for marathoners and athletes needing a boost before or after their high level of exertion.
You sit or lie down in a comfortable service room, then a specialist or an assistant inserts a needle into one of your arms.
The needle is connected to a tube, which is connected to a bag or bottle containing hydrating fluids and nutrients. A drop at a time, the solution moves down the tube and into your vein.
Just relax or enjoy some reading material for 15-90 minutes, depending on your dose.
Review your medical history with the specialist, including surgeries and any medications you’re taking, then describe the symptoms or reasons for your visit.
Yes, IV hydration therapy is safe for most men and women, but the specialist cautions against making a routine of binge drinking and other dangerous habits.
If you’re a senior citizen or have heart disease or high blood pressure, ask our clinical staff if IV hydration therapy is safe enough because treatments may contain too much salt for you.
Call or book an appointment online today to see if IV hydration therapy is right for you.