There are few things more beautiful and exciting than pregnancy. Less than ideal are the things that come with it, such as morning sickness, nausea, aches, pains, and overall discomfort. In an effort to get relief from these symptoms, many expectant mothers in Arlington, VA have turned to mobile IV therapy for pregnancy.
Let’s look at some reasons to consider IV therapy as part of your prenatal routine.
Vital nutrients and vitamins
A common symptom during pregnancy is nausea. Because of this, many find it hard to stomach supplements such as prenatal vitamins. IV therapy provides pregnant mothers with a non-nauseating method to receive these important nutrients. IV therapy ensures 100% bioavailability of these vitamins, which is far better than if taken orally.
It can be hard to take in the proper amount of water during pregnancy. Apart from general discomfort and the stage of pregnancy, vomiting can reduce already depleted hydration levels leading to lethargy, fatigue, and headaches. Packed with electrolytes, IV treatments help bring your hydration back to an optimal range.
Aid in the treatment of hyperemesis
Characterized by severe nausea and vomiting, those suffering from hyperemesis during pregnancy can have an especially hard time giving their body what it needs through conventional means. This is compounded by vomiting, which further depletes the body of essential nutrients.
Increased energy and mental clarity
Pregnant mothers who receive regular IV treatments have experienced boosts in their energy levels and an improvement in their mental clarity and focus. The “brain fog” experienced during pregnancy is completely diminished for many.
IV therapy allows them to get what they need without putting any additional strain or discomfort.
IV therapy for pregnancy in the comfort of your own home
Despite the benefits, the idea of loading up the car and trekking to an IV clinic can discourage many from seeing it as an option. With our mobile IV therapy, expectant mothers can now receive their treatments from the comfort of their home or office.
If you would like more information on how IV therapy can help during your pregnancy, don’t hesitate to contact our office so we can give you all the details.