A Quick & Safe Way To Replenish Your Energy
Whether you are feeling burned out, weak and dizzy, or need a boost after draining physical exercise, IV Hydration is an effective way to restore your energies.
It’s a simple procedure that takes only a few minutes, and you’re rejuvenated and ready to go.
You just need to make sure you have a trusted medical practitioner to administer the IV to you.
This is where we come in.
When Do You Need IV Hydration?
When you’re just dehydrated or fatigued, you don’t really need to visit the doctor. Intravenous (IV) Hydration is a convenient solution.
It recharges your body with fluids, vitamins, and minerals much quicker than pills and tablets do, and you will feel only slight, temporary discomfort.
These are some of the most common reasons why people come to Christie Pilonili for IV treatment:
Cold & Flu Relief
A heavy cold can really knock you down. But with the nutrients in IV, you can help your body fight back and relieve the symptoms of nausea, cough, fever, etc
Headache & Migraine Relief
Migraines and headaches can be caused by several reasons, such as stress or diet. IV Hydration reduces inflammation and assists you in overcoming the pain
Immune System Boost
If you think you’re likely to fall ill during a cold or flu season, an IV injection will strengthen your immune system to fight off any bugs or illnesses proactively.
A workout at the gym, a grueling practice session, or a tiring marathon means you're low on energy. The fluids rehydrate you and support a quick recovery.
Dry mouth, severe headaches, and a messed-up digestive system are common symptoms of a hangover. The fluids and vitamins in IV help deal with nausea and headaches and provide quick relief.
What To Expect?
You don’t need to book a prior appointment for IV Hydration with Christie Pilonili.
Just walk into the clinic, and our staff will cater to you at the earliest.
We’ll get you comfortably seated while the injection site is disinfected.
Then, we will insert the IV and monitor the fluids being delivered to your body.
Just try to keep still and enjoy a magazine or browse through the TV.