What is a Myers Cocktail?

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Can Intravenous Vitamins work as a hangover cure? 

A Myers cocktail is an intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy designed to provide your body with vitamins and nutrients. Developed by Dr. John Myers, MD., this “cocktail” includes magnesium, calcium, vitamin B complex, and Vitamin C to improve quality of life and treat the symptoms of chronic conditions such as acute asthma attacks, migraines, fatigue, chronic pain, seasonal allergies, and other medical conditions.

In recent history, Myers Cocktail IV infusions have been touted as THE cure for hangovers – despite evidence to the contrary. In fact, the Myers cocktail is listed in Quackwatch’s index of questionable treatments. While it can give you a little energy boost and will help with the chronic issues listed above with few side effects – there is little indication that this is an effective treatment for a hangover.

Not all IV drips are made the same and the Myers cocktail IV is not the only option available to consumers. Other hydration IV therapies have shown to have a certain amount of efficacy.

Where can you get an IV drip for hangovers?

Drip IV therapies for hangovers are available to purchase online. However, it is vital that you thoroughly research your options and the manufacturers before making a purchase. Alternately, there are more and more hydration IV therapy lounges opening up all across the United States. Search in your area to see what options are available to you locally.

Potential Benefits of an IV Drip

  • Rehydrate your body
  • Replenish vitamins and electrolytes
  • Reduce nausea
  • Energy boost

Is an IV drip the hangover cure for you?

Hangover IV drips are most commonly a mixture of saline solution, electrolytes, vitamins, anti-nausea, anti-inflammatory, and antacid medications. This combination can bring significant relief to those suffering from hardcore hangover symptoms. As always – speak to your doctor with any questions you may have about medical procedures.