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Are you hungover? Help is on the way! I.V. League Hydration

Most likely at least once this holiday season, you’ll wake up hungover from too much celebrating. The combination of consuming too much alcohol and not getting enough real sleep, create the recipe for pounding headaches, nausea, and sluggishness. You know why? Because your body is dehydrated and depleted of vitamins! Well, great news for you, Southie now has a new hydration lounge located on A Street! Offering everything from IV hydration,to specialized services including Botox, dermal fillers, and chemical peels, I.V. League Hydration is here to help you feel as good as new!

I.V. League Hydration also offers concierge service where they come directly to you and provide a wide variety of IV hydration & vitamin treatments depending on your needs. They can treat anything from a hangover to cold and flu symptoms to jet lag! Or maybe you just really want to look refreshed and well-rested. Who doesn’t?

So what exactly is IV hydration? It’s a saline mixture that’s administered right into your veins through a needle by a registered nurse. I.V. League therapy quickly delivers hydration, nutrients and electrolytes directly to your bloodstream. The health benefits take effect as soon as your drip begins! Hydration services pricing begin at $125. IV League also features B12 shots for $25.

We have a feeling I.V. League is going to be your new best friend this holiday season! For more information, visit their website! Or give them a call 1800-905-4252.

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Hockey mom, yoga enthusiast, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.

Comments

  1. Meatball spuckie $8. A ‘Boss’ of ginger ale $ 3.50 and your (already paid for) couch. That’s a cure and it’s a hell of a lot cheaper than that stuff!
    Good luck to them.

  2. I’m not seeing the point… if you need to hydrate quickly, Pedialyte or Gatorade would probably be absorbed as quickly as you could make it to the IV League storefront. And you can get hundreds of doses of Vitamin B12 pills for less than $25 on Amazon. B12 is absorbed quickly, so I doubt there’s a need to get it via injection.