Hangover IV


Hangover IV IVme

Hangover IV

Hangover IV IVme

The Hangover IV Can Help You

Feel Better Now

When you don’t have the time to sleep it off or the pain is just too much, our Hangover IV offers immediate relief.

This powerful combination of hydrating fluids, electrolytes, B Complex, essential vitamins and optional medications delivered intravenously means your body is getting what it needs to feel better immediately.

Reclaim Your Day

The Hangover IV from IVme helps you feel better fast! In about 30 to 45 minutes, the Hangover Drip quickly and safely:

+ Rehydrates your body

+ Restores electrolytes and B vitamins

+ Helps flush out toxins

+ Eliminates nausea, vomiting, headaches and muscle aches 

Oxygen therapy is also included with the Hangover IV to help relieve headaches and reduce brain fog.

About Your Hangover IV Experience

1. Appointments are recommended and walk-ins are welcomed based on availability.

2. You will be greeted by our friendly Patient Specialists to get you checked into our HIPAA-compliant medical records system and capture the reason for your visit.

3. After registering, our medical staff member will accompany you to the IV Start Room to assess your symptoms, medical history and vitals.

4. Our medical staff will then administer your IV. You should expect a small pinch, although often customers tell us they feel nothing at all.

5. After your IV is administered, you will be led to a private and quiet room to relax while your body takes in the hydration, medicines and nutrients leading to almost immediate relief.

6. The Hangover IV takes about 30 to 45 minutes. Our team will complete regular check-ins to monitor the drip and your progress.

7. When your Hangover drip is complete, our medical staff will gently remove the IV and apply a sterile gauze pad and coban.

8. On your way out, please stop at the front desk to check out; IVme accepts cash and credit.

9. Your opinion matters to us and we would greatly appreciate a Google Review . Tipping is also an option (but not expected) for patients who found their experience exceptional.