IV therapy is for any person who wants to improve or maintain their overall health and wellness. During this process, hydration, amino acids, vitamins, and essential nutrients are sent directly into the bloodstream, offering long-lasting and immediate benefits.
Chronic stress, low energy, headaches, digestive issues, and hangovers can be healed, alleviated, or prevented through various infusions that empower your body’s natural healing power and reclaim your innate strength. IV spas offer a convenient and simple way to boost your immune system and help you feel and look your best in every situation.
Ready to experience the benefits of IV therapy for yourself? Continue reading to learn what to expect at an IV drip bar and how to prepare for your first visit.
What to Expect
IV drip bars have become a common commodity, but not all of them are equal in quality, service, or standard. For this reason, it’s important to know what to look for so you receive the best care available.
A high-quality drip bar has registered nurses on staff who administer the IVs. This task requires special care, training, and knowledge.
During your first appointment, the team should review your medical history and conduct a baseline lab assessment or review labs from your physician. Patients can also expect to see an on-site compounding pharmacy to meet any more of their medical needs. Finally, the drip bar should be 797 compliant, meaning they are committed to rigorous sterile practices that prevent harm to their patients.
The results and benefits of an IV infusion can last between a few days and a few weeks, depending on which infusion you receive and your body chemistry. In most cases, patients feel the results immediately.
Another thing to keep in mind is that some infusions may make you feel tired afterward. For instance, our BioDetox infusion removes and discharges toxins from the tissues and can be exhausting for the body. Patients usually feel better between 24 and 72 hours after the infusion.
How to Prepare
To ensure you have the most enjoyable and relaxing experience, follow these guidelines when preparing for an IV infusion:
- Hydrate: Hydrated veins are much easier for medical professionals to work with. Drink plenty of water in the days before your appointment or purchase our Vein Prep Kit. Properly hydrated patients have a more comfortable experience and respond better to IV nutrition.
- Eat a snack: A small meal or snack will prevent low blood sugar and other hunger-related issues. If you forget or fun out of time, the IV drip bar should provide food and beverages for you.
- Dress comfortably: Your IV therapy session should be as relaxing as visiting a spa. Don’t ruin it by wearing tight, scratchy, or stuffy clothing. Wear a comfy short-sleeved shirt and pants and bring a sweater or jacket to wrap around yourself in case you get cold.
- Bring something to occupy your mind: Whether it’s a book, magazine, headphones for music or podcast, or a crossword puzzle book, bring whatever will help you relax during the one-to-two-hour appointment.
Contact Vitality IV Today
At Vitality IV, our goal is to provide comfortable, safe, and beneficial care. We have registered nurses who administer the IVs and an esteemed staff that ensure you are well taken care of from the moment you arrive until the time you leave.
To schedule an initial consultation and infusion, contact our friendly team today at 1-401-443-4007.