Here at Kore, we truly have your health and safety in mind. We continue to be hypervigilant about shared space cleanliness. We heavily disinfect each surface after any patient contact. Below is a list of things you can do if you are worried about the virus.

What Causes a Hangover?

When you drink too much alcohol, you may find yourself experiencing a headache, excessive thirst, nausea or vomiting, rapid heartbeat, fatigue, sensitivity to light, and trembling, among other symptoms.

Alcohol is a diuretic, which means that it increases urination, and ultimately, can cause dehydration. Alcohol can also interact with blood sugar levels, irritate the stomach, dilate the blood vessels, and affect sleep patterns. Finally, alcohol impacts the liver’s ability to do its job, as the organ will prioritize alcohol metabolism instead of processing nutrients, which can cause temporary deficiencies.

How Can IV Therapy Help?

Since dehydration is to blame for many of a hangover’s most frustrating symptoms, the quickest way to feel better and get your body back on track is to rehydrate. Yet, you can only take in so much fluid by drinking.

IV therapy, on the other hand, delivers the hydration, vitamins, and electrolytes your body needs directly to the bloodstream, allowing you to quickly replenish the nutrients you’ve lost. Instead of waiting for the effects of the hangover to wear off over time, this gives individuals the ability to start feeling better right away and to provide the body with everything it needs to function its best.

If you’ve had a big night out and are feeling under the weather, look to Kore Regenerative Medicine for IV therapy. With solutions for easing hangovers, increasing energy, and boosting immune system responses, this center offers residents of Jefferson and Denver counties, CO, simple yet effective options for feeling their best. Browse through all of their IV services online. Call (720) 605-9355 to schedule an appointment.