IV Dehydration Therapy

IV Therapy for Dehydration

Water is like liquid gold for our bodies. We need to be properly hydrated so we can function at our peak. However, when our fluid levels are low, it can trigger many symptoms that make us feel run down and take a toll on our health. Mild dehydration may be cured by drinking extra fluids, but more severe cases call for the replenishment that only IV therapy can provide.

Mobile IV Nurses specializes in dehydration treatment with IVs. We use high-quality, medical-grade IVs that contain vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes. The electrolytes are especially important because the body needs these chemicals to maintain healthy muscle and nerve functions, repair tissues, and perform other important jobs. When we lose these fluids and become dehydrated—through illness, sweating, or other issues—we also lose valuable electrolytes. IV fluids for dehydration restore those electrolytes and help ease the symptoms we experience when we’re running low on fluids.

Myers Cocktail IV Bag

MYERS' COCKTAIL - $ 195

The Myers' Cocktail is what we typically recommend for a blast of hydration and vitamins. The $195 price includes us traveling to your location!

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Dehydration Causes and Symptoms

There are several common causes of dehydration:

  • Sickness that causes diarrhea and vomiting. It’s easy to get dehydrated if we can’t replace the fluids we lose when we are ill.
  • High fever. The body can lose fluids as its internal temperature rises, especially if the fever is accompanied by sweating or other symptoms that lead to dehydration.
  • Urinary dysfunction. Medications or chronic health conditions can lead to more frequent urination, which lowers the body’s fluid levels.
  • Heavy perspiration. Intense physical exertion or too much time outdoors in hot climates can cause dehydration, particularly if you don’t drink enough water.
  • Age. Children and older adults are more susceptible to dehydration. Young kids tend to lose more fluids when they’re sick, while older people have lower fluid levels to begin with, so they may dehydrate faster compared to others.

How do you know if you require an IV drip for dehydration? There are several telltale signs to look for:

  • Lower urine output or urine that is dark yellow in color
  • Excessive thirst
  • Fatigue
  • Lightheadedness or dizziness
  • Brain fog

Extreme dehydration can result in kidney or urinary dysfunction, seizures, or low blood pressure that can cause the body to go into shock. IV therapy for dehydration can help you avoid these serious complications.

The Best Dehydration IV Therapy

We recommend the Myers’ Cocktail for dehydration caused by illness, food poisoning, hangovers, and other factors. This blend of vitamins and minerals replenishes the body while also increasing energy and alleviating fatigue.

The Myers’ Cocktail contains ingredients that ease symptoms of dehydration, including:

  • B Complex vitamins: promote red blood cell production, which increases energy levels
  • Vitamin C: an antioxidant that fights free radicals, supports skin health, and supports the immune system
  • Magnesium: supports muscle and nerve function, as well as energy production
  • Zinc: helps support your immune system and metabolism
  • Glutathione: an antioxidant that fights free radicals

The Myers’ Cocktail provides fast-acting and effective rehydration because this invigorating IV is infused into the bloodstream, so it starts working right away.

Mobile IV Nurses saves you the trouble of traveling to an urgent care center or emergency room because we provide these IV fluids for dehydration at your home, office, or any other convenient location. All you need to do is sit back and relax while we take care of you.

Our IV packages are affordably priced, and there are several payment options available. Contact Mobile IV Nurses when you’re dehydrated and want rapid improvement.

IV Therapy for Dehydration Frequently Asked Questions


Is IV hydration better than drinking water?

We always recommend that patients drink water to stay hydrated and healthy. An IV shouldn’t replace your water-drinking habit; it should simply be another tool you use to improve your health!

That said, IVs do have a few benefits that make them more efficient than water. Firstly, they contain other ingredients that will improve your health. These include vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes, which your body needs to perform at its best. Your IV hydration therapy will replenish those nutrients in your system and help ensure that you are the healthiest you can be.

Additionally, IV therapy floods your cells with fluids and nutrients. This leads to a faster response than simply drinking water because the fluids don’t have to pass through your digestive system. IVs can help you rehydrate instantly when you really need it — but you still should have a glass of water when you’re done.

When would I need an IV for dehydration?

Dehydration is a contributing factor to many ailments. Therefore, you can use IV therapy to rehydrate your body whenever you need it. If you’re feeling hungover, sick with the flu, or simply tired after a long and stressful week, the rapid rehydration from IV therapy can help you feel much better.

However, IV hydration therapy is particularly useful when you’re suffering from severe dehydration. Be aware of the signs and symptoms of this condition, and alert Mobile IV Nurses if you experience any of the following:

  • Extreme thirst
  • No urination or very dark urine
  • Dry mouth, lips, and eyes
  • Fatigue or lightheadedness

How long does an IV treatment last?

A typical IV treatment gives you enough nutrients to remain healthy and hydrated for about two weeks. Once- or twice-monthly treatments are usually sufficient to improve your overall health and help you avoid dehydration.

However, if you are at risk for dehydration — for example, if you’re older, regularly engage in strenuous exercise, or have a condition like diabetes — you may benefit from getting IV hydration therapy more frequently. You can also get hydration treatments when you’re sick, even if you’ve recently had an infusion.

Can I add medicine to my IV?

Of course! Mobile IV Nurses offers several vitamins and medicines you can add to your treatments to enhance your IV hydration therapy.

For example, you can add the anti-nausea medication Zofran to your IV if you’re suffering from vomiting or queasiness (which is common with migraines, hangovers, and the flu). You can add Pepcid to your IV if you suffer from stomach ulcers. Or, if you simply want an additional energy boost, you can add an extra dose of vitamin B12 to your Myers’ Cocktail.

The registered nurses and paramedics at Mobile IV Nurses have the skills and the experience to help you find the right cocktail for you. Talk to them about your health needs, and they’ll find the IV for dehydration that will make you feel your best.