You can get dehydrated in several different ways, including physical activity and illnesses like the flu. No matter how you got dehydrated, the effects, such as headaches and fatigue, can be very unpleasant. If you’re dealing with dehydration, a fast solution is important, and that’s where AZ Mobile IV in Arizona can help. They’re proud to serve the entire Arizona valley area, including Avondale, Buckeye, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sun City, Surprise, and Tempe, Arizona. The team comes directly to your hom
Dehydration can happen for many different reasons. Some of the most common causes are:
Regardless of the reason for the dehydration, it's a potentially dangerous condition that causes difficult symptoms.
It’s often assumed that your thirst level will help you regulate hydration. But, if you’re actually thirsty, chances are good that you’re already dehydrated. Some other symptoms of dehydration can include:
When you notice symptoms of dehydration, don’t hesitate to get help as soon as possible. Dehydration responds to IV fluids extremely well, and AZ Mobile IV is ready to help.
IV hydration replenishes the vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that you’ve lost through sweating, vomiting, and urination. It also gives you electrolytes to aid in faster rehydration. When you’re feeling unwell (a given when you have a hangover, the flu, or are dehydrated for some other reason), it can be rather difficult to ingest enough water to hydrate yourself properly.
IV hydration gives you back what your body lost, in the easiest way possible. No need to drink anything or take any pills: the IV hydration goes directly into your vein, and straight into your bloodstream for immediate results.
After discussing your medical history and concerns with you, your AZ Mobile IV care provider creates your dehydration infusion. You’ll get the infusion through a vein in your arm. You might experience a little coldness around the IV site, but it fades quickly after treatment.
Usually, IV treatment lasts for around 45 minutes. Many patients start feeling better right away. Of course, it’s important to follow your medical care provider’s guidelines about maintaining proper hydration after this. With a few extra precautions, you can avoid dehydration and its harmful effects in the future.
Feeling dehydrated and want a quick solution? The AZ Mobile IV team is ready to bring treatment to you. Use the online scheduler or call the office to get help now.