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IV Fluid Hydration


Feel better faster with IV fluids and electrolytes

IV Fluid Hydration at New Leaf Restorative Medicine in Asheville, NC

Welcome to New Leaf Restorative Medicine, where wellness meets personalized care in the heart of Asheville, NC. Our commitment is to guide you on a journey toward your best self, embracing both physical function and aesthetic well-being. One of the best treatments we offer to make you feel better is IV Fluid Hydration. 

What is IV Fluid Hydration?

IV fluid hydration, or intravenous fluid hydration, is a medical procedure in which fluids are administered directly into a person’s vein through an intravenous (IV) catheter. This method is used to replenish fluids, electrolytes, and nutrients in individuals who are dehydrated, feeling low or who have specific deficiencies.

IV fluid hydration is commonly used in various medical settings, including hospitals, clinics, and emergency rooms. It is also frequently utilized in recovery from illness, or for with specific nutritional deficiencies.

The composition of IV fluids can vary depending on the specific needs of the patient. Solutions may include saline (a solution of sodium chloride), balanced electrolyte solutions, nutrients, and vitamins. The choice of fluid and the rate of administration are determined based on factors such as the patient’s medical condition, fluid balance, electrolyte levels, and other individual factors.

Benefits of IV Fluid Hydration

Outpatient IV fluid hydration, where individuals receive intravenous fluid therapy in a non-hospital setting such as an outpatient clinic, offers several benefits:

Convenient Access to Care: Outpatient IV hydration centers provide a convenient alternative for individuals who require hydration therapy but do not need to be admitted to a hospital. Patients can receive treatment in a comfortable environment without the need for a hospital stay, allowing them to resume their daily activities more quickly.

Faster Treatment: Outpatient IV hydration centers often offer shorter wait times and more efficient treatment processes compared to hospitals. Patients can typically schedule appointments at their convenience, minimizing delays and ensuring prompt access to hydration therapy when needed.

Customized Treatment Plans: Outpatient IV hydration centers can tailor treatment plans to meet the individual needs of each patient. Healthcare providers can assess the patient’s hydration status, medical history, and specific requirements to determine the most appropriate type and volume of IV fluids to administe

Symptom Management: Outpatient IV hydration therapy can help alleviate symptoms associated with dehydration, such as fatigue, nausea, headache, and dizziness. By replenishing fluids and electrolytes, patients may experience rapid relief from dehydration-related symptoms and an overall improvement in well-being.

Preventive Health Maintenance: Outpatient IV hydration therapy is not only used for treating dehydration but can also be utilized for preventive health maintenance. Athletes, individuals with busy lifestyles, travelers, and those recovering from illness may benefit from periodic IV hydration sessions to optimize hydration levels and support overall health and performance.

Continuity of Care: Outpatient IV hydration centers can collaborate with primary care physicians and specialists to ensure continuity of care for patients with chronic medical conditions or ongoing hydration needs. This multidisciplinary approach can help manage complex health issues more effectively and prevent recurrent dehydration episodes.

Cost-Effective Alternative: In many cases, outpatient IV hydration therapy can be a cost-effective alternative to hospital-based treatment, especially for patients with mild to moderate dehydration or those seeking preventive care. By avoiding hospitalization and associated expenses, patients may save money while still receiving high-quality hydration therapy.

Different Types of IV Fluid Hydration at New Leaf Restorative Medicine

Clients can choose from our menu to book, but each drip can be formulated to meet individual needs. Everyone
will speak with our Medical Director at first visit and have time with a registered nurse before every drip begins.

Alleviate: This drip is specially formulated to relieve the symptoms of PMS and headaches such as
bloating, abdominal discomfort, irritability, and lower back aches.
(1 liter normal saline, Calcium, Magnesium, B Complex, B12) 

Dehydration: In this busy world, dehydration can sneak up on you. It’s so hard to drink “enough”
water. Our Dehydration drip is the fastest and most effective solution to helping you feel rejuvenated
quickly. (1 liter normal saline, Vit C , B Complex) 

Energy: There is no limit to who can benefit from this drip. Due to the stresses and obstacles we all
experience daily, energy can quickly be drained. Fortunately, this drip helps revitalize, hydrate, and
reinvigorate so that you have the energy to face any curveball life throws at you.
(1 Liter normal saline, B Complex, Amino Blend ) 

Glow Beauty: Look radiant with the Beauty Blend. This drip has anti-aging properties and
promotes healthy skin, hair, and nails. It also helps to reduce toxins in the body. Biotin is touted as the
secret to a clear complexion, longer and stronger nails and hair.
(1 liter normal saline, Vit C, B Complex, Biotin) 

Hair of the Dog (Hangover Drip): Dehydration is a major cause of a hangover. Alcohol
causes excessive fluid loss, inflames your stomach lining, and dilates blood vessels in the head causing
headaches. We have been there and know what you need to feel better!
(1 liter normal saline, Zofran, B Complex, Mineral Blend) 

Immunity: The star of this bag is Zinc and Vitamin C. Supercharge your immune system to fight of
illness. (1 liter normal saline, Vit C, B Complex, Zinc) 

Myers Cocktail: The Gold standard for IV vitamin infusion. This drip has it all! Stronger immunity,
sharper brain function, faster recovery, higher energy, better mood.
(1 liter normal saline, Magnesium, B Complex, B12, Calcium, Vit C)


Frequently Asked Questions about IV Fluid Hydration

Outpatient IV fluid hydration involves receiving intravenous fluids in a non-hospital setting, such as an outpatient clinic or hydration center. It is a convenient option for individuals who require hydration therapy but do not need to be admitted to a hospital.

Outpatient IV fluid hydration can benefit individuals with mild to moderate dehydration due to various causes, including illness, strenuous exercise, excessive heat, travel-related dehydration, hangovers, and more. It can also be beneficial for those seeking preventive health maintenance or symptom relief.

Outpatient IV fluid hydration can help alleviate symptoms associated with dehydration, such as fatigue, weakness, dizziness, headache, nausea, and dry mouth. It can also support recovery from illness, improve athletic performance, and provide relief from hangover symptoms.

Outpatient IV fluid hydration involves the insertion of an intravenous catheter into a vein, typically in the arm or hand. Fluids are then administered through the catheter, allowing for rapid absorption into the bloodstream. Treatment duration and fluid volume depend on the individual’s hydration needs and medical condition.

When administered by trained healthcare professionals following proper protocols, outpatient IV fluid hydration is generally safe. However, like any medical procedure, it carries some risks, including infection, bruising, vein irritation, and electrolyte imbalances. Healthcare providers assess each patient’s suitability for treatment and monitor them closely during therapy to mitigate risks.

The duration of outpatient IV fluid hydration varies depending on factors such as the individual’s hydration status, the volume of fluids needed, and their response to treatment. Sessions typically last between 30 minutes to a few hours, but this can vary based on the specific treatment plan.

In many cases, a referral from a healthcare provider is not required for outpatient IV fluid hydration. However, it’s recommended to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if IV hydration therapy is appropriate for your specific needs and medical condition.

New Leaf Restorative Medicine does not accept insurance, but we offer flexible payment plans to cover the costs of your treatments.

Before outpatient IV fluid hydration, it’s generally recommended to hydrate adequately and avoid excessive alcohol consumption or strenuous exercise. After treatment, patients are advised to continue hydrating and follow any specific post-treatment instructions provided by their healthcare provider.

The frequency of outpatient IV fluid hydration sessions depends on individual hydration needs, medical condition, and treatment goals. Some individuals may benefit from periodic sessions for preventive health maintenance or symptom relief, while others may require treatment on an as-needed basis. Healthcare providers can help determine the appropriate frequency of treatment based on the individual’s circumstances.

Ready to explore improved wellness through IV Fluid Hydration?

Schedule a consultation with New Leaf Restorative Medicine today for IV Fluid Hydration. Transformative experiences await, where your beauty, fitness and wellness goals converge. Discover the New Leaf difference and step into a world where your best self is our priority!

Happy Patients

M.S.

Thank you so much for the help on my face!! Highly recommend! Every visit and treatment has been perfect.

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Lindsey is the best of the best in the business! Always thrilled with my results of her work! Highly recommend for all your aesthetic needs!

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Very professional and knowledgeable about their services. Answered all of my questions and made me feel relaxed throughout the whole process. Environment was clean, organized, and overall, aesthetically pleasing.

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