What to do About Your Chronic Fatigue?
Updated: Mar 22
Chronic fatigue is a major problem in the United States. While some people may respond to a complaint of fatigue with advice to get more sleep, chronic fatigue can often mean more than a lack of sleep. For many individuals, they feel tired regardless of how much sleep they get, and oftentimes their fatigue is accompanied by other symptoms such as stress and chronic pain. In these instances, traditional medicine can fall short in its attempt to increase energy and alternative therapies are often needed to restore fatigue and energy levels back to their normal state.
Causes of Fatigue
There are a number of causes of chronic fatigue. Some of these include:
Not enough sleep
Lack of fuel
Food allergies and sensitivities
Chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia
Different therapies are needed to treat each of these causes and increase your energy. For example, if you’re not getting enough sleep, then your doctor will work with you to figure out how you can get more sleep. If it’s sleep apnea, a specialist can work to figure out the cause. For food allergies and sensitivities, your doctor or dietitian can help to address them.
How IVs Help
IV therapies are used in hospitals all the time to help patients recover from a variety of illnesses and symptoms including dehydration, nutrient malabsorption and more. In recent years, they’ve seen an increase in popularity outside of hospital settings. Independent clinics and other service providers now offer IVs anywhere, including clients’ homes, to help fight fatigue and energy slumps.
The primary reason for undergoing IV therapy is its ability to deliver the remedy directly to the bloodstream and to do so quickly. Whether it’s getting fluids to fight dehydration or nutrients to fuel the body, IVs are a safe, effective and efficient way to control fatigue and low energy levels. While complaints of fatigue are likely to not require emergency care, the ability to provide immediate results can be of great benefit to the patient. Rather than taking oral supplements which, after having gone through the digestive process, may not deliver the necessary nutrients at the right dose or in a timely manner, IVs can transport the vitamins and minerals faster and at the exact dosage needed to bring about results.
Studies show that 32.5 percent of adults who visit primary care physicians report of dealing with issues with fatigue and energy levels. Although there are a number of potential causes, integrating IVs as part of a holistic therapy can prove to be highly beneficial for those who suffer from these symptoms.
Revival IV Lounge offers a variety of IV therapy to help with fatigue, improve energy and help with sleep including our Energizer, Chillax and the traditional Myers Cocktail. See how IV hydration can help restore your energy levels. Call Revival IV Lounge at (407-878-2173 to book your appointment today, or book an appointment online.