Welcome to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page of VIBE IV Therapy

At VIBE, we're committed to providing exceptional mobile IV therapy services, bringing wellness and revitalization directly to you.

We understand that you might have questions about how mobile IV therapy works, what it entails, and how it can benefit your health and lifestyle.

This page is designed to address all your queries, offering clear, concise information to help you understand our services better. Whether you're curious about the types of treatments we offer, wondering about the safety and efficacy of IV therapy, or interested in how to book a session with us, you'll find your answers here. Dive in and discover how VIBE is redefining wellness on-the-go!

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The length of a treatment varies depending on the infusion and the specific needs of the patient. Most of our treatments take between 30 minutes and 1 hour, while some of them take up to 2 hours.

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The effects of IV therapy usually last about three to four days. But this depends on the individual. Sometimes effects can last up to two weeks after treatment.

Many people choose to get IV therapy as often as once a week or once a month. Alternatively, if you suffer from morning sickness or regular nausea, you may need more frequent IV therapy.

Although rare, side effects of IV therapy include light bruising and soreness around the injection area. In addition, some people may also experience a cool feeling in the arm, a metallic taste in the mouth, and a flushing feeling.

Patients must be at least 12 years of age and weigh 100 or more pounds to receive treatment.

IV hydration uses vitamin- and mineral-rich saline solutions, which provide faster and more effective dehydration relief than ordinary water. Furthermore, the IV’s direct entry into the bloodstream relieves symptoms sooner. Therefore, if you are nauseated and have trouble keeping food down, your stomach won’t have to digest anything, allowing it to heal.

IV therapy feels like a small pinch and goes away after the RN or paramedic inserts the needle. Most professionals are trained to find veins and administer IVs with minimal discomfort.

IV therapy is used for delivering medications or other fluids directly into the body through a vein. This therapy can treat various conditions and is often used when other medication delivery methods are not possible or practical. IV therapy can deliver medications, hydration, or nutrition.

IV therapy may help promote weight loss. That’s because it delivers nutrients and hydration directly to cells, increasing metabolism and promoting weight loss. Further, IV therapy can help detoxify the body and reduce inflammation, leading to further weight loss.

The main types of IV fluids include saline, dextrose, and Lactated Ringer’s solution. These customized solutions depend on the health status of each patient.

If you’re dehydrated, you may feel sleepy after receiving IV fluids. This is because IV fluids help to rehydrate your body and can also contain medications that can make you drowsy.

You can drink water while on IV, unless your doctor or nurse has told you otherwise.

Many IV bags have 1000mL of fluid, and one liter of IV fluids weighs about one kilogram. Ultimately, there are many IV fluids, but the most common type is Normal Saline Solution (NSS). NSS contains 0.9% NaCl (salt) and is used to replenish bodily fluids. Other IV fluids include Lactated Ringer’s Solution (LRS), used to treat low blood pressure, and Dextrose 5% in Water (D5W), used to treat high blood sugar levels.

In general, it is recommended that you have a small protein-rich snack before your IV treatment. This will help to ensure that the IV fluids are properly absorbed and will not cause any gastrointestinal upset.

However, if you are receiving IV fluids, it is essential to follow your healthcare provider’s instructions regarding eating and drinking.

You need to take different amounts of medicine depending on the strength of the medication. It also depends on the medical problem for which you are taking the medication, how many doses you take each day, how long between doses you wait between doses, and how long you take the medication.

After IV therapy, you should feel like you have more energy. And if you had pain or nausea, those symptoms should have disappeared or at least improved.

As a result of the magnesium in many IV drips and the increased fluids, you may feel sleepy. Your body will need some time to adjust to the increased fluids since magnesium relaxes the muscles.

This medicine should not be taken with any of the following medicines, but your doctor may prescribe them together if necessary. The dose or frequency with which both medicines are used may be changed if both are prescribed together by your doctor.

  • Chloroquine
  • Ciprofloxacin
  • Delafloxacin
  • Enoxacin
  • Gatifloxacin
  • Gemifloxacin
  • Grepafloxacin
  • Hydroxychloroquine
  • Levofloxacin
  • Lomefloxacin
  • Moxifloxacin
  • Norfloxacin
  • Ofloxacin
  • Sparfloxacin
  • Trovafloxacin
  • Venlafaxine

Initially, the needle’s sting feels like a pinch, but once placed, it should not cause pain. Moreover, healthcare professionals skilled in IV therapy excel at placing IVs with minimal discomfort. As a result, you may experience a dull burning sensation if your IV includes glutathione or certain medications. Ultimately, IV professionals know to infuse these add-ins slowly, reducing discomfort.