We all get headaches at some point because of certain lifestyle factors, such as stress, changing sleeping patterns, and skipping meals. And we can usually cure them with over-the-counter painkillers. 

However, migraines are more severe cases that need professional help. A migraine is a moderate or severe headache where people can feel a throbbing pain on one side of their heads. People may also feel sick and be more sensitive to light or sound. 

Different treatments are available to ease migraine symptoms, including IV therapy. Your healthcare provider performs intravenous (IV) therapy, injecting a needle and plastic tubing connecting to a bag of fluid into the veins to administer fluids and medicine directly into the bloodstream.

Are you one of the several people who want to treat migraines? If so, this article discusses four ways IV therapy sessions can help with your severe headaches.

1. Get Better Sleep Quality

Excellent sleep quality improves your brain performance, mood, and health. Not regularly getting enough sleep increases your risk of several disorders and diseases, such as heart disease, stroke, and dementia. 

You might also notice migraines when you don’t get a good shuteye. Research reports a direct link between migraines and a lack of sleep. Sometimes, you might struggle to fall asleep or wake up feeling unrested.

IV therapy can make you feel more rested by improving your REM sleep. You’ll also notice a deeper sleep state as your healthcare provider restores your body’s hydration and vitamin levels. 

We also have magnesium drips that can help boost relaxation levels and manage stress; these two elements can help you sleep better.

2. Boost Hydration Levels 

Not drinking enough water can lead to several health problems, such as fatigue, dull skin, and persistent headaches. And dehydration is one of the main culprits for severe headaches. 

Your brain can temporarily shrink and cause intense headaches when you’re dehydrated. However, getting adequate daily water intake can be trickier than you think. The average woman needs 11.5 cups of water, while men need 15.5 cups. 

Fortunately, IV vitamin infusion therapy can boost your hydration levels more than plain water. Each IV therapy session combines vitamins, saline, and electrolytes, essential nutrients for your body. As the IV therapy hydrates your body faster and more efficiently than water, your body will distribute the hydration to vital parts.

Besides improving migraine symptoms, obtaining optimal hydration can also maintain high energy levels, ensuring a more active and productive day. 

3. Replenish Vitamin Levels 

Specific vitamins and supplements can help prevent migraine episodes naturally. Unfortunately, we don’t get enough essential vitamins from our food because of depleting soils, industrial farming, and hybridization techniques. 

Recent studies reveal that almost everyone fails to meet the proper Vitamin D and E levels, and nearly half of the population doesn’t get enough Vitamin C; Vitamin deficiency may cause migraines. 

Vitamin IV therapy helps your body restore essential vitamins without using the digestive system. Your healthcare provider will administer an IV in your arm to get your vitamin levels back up quicker, and they work better than any food or supplement. 

You can kickstart your health with IV therapy in about 30 minutes, which offers a total absorption rate. Most patients immediately feel better after the treatment and notice the lasting effects for days or weeks after an IV therapy session.

4. Boost Electrolyte Levels 

Lastly, IV therapy sessions can help boost your electrolyte levels. 

Electrolytes are essential minerals packed with an electrical charge crucial to maintaining normal bodily functions, such as sodium, calcium, and potassium. Your body needs enough electrolytes to ensure optimal energy production and muscle function. Inadequate electrolyte levels can trigger migraines. 

Fortunately, IV therapy sessions offer electrolyte-packed solutions to help alleviate migraine and prevent future attacks. Boosting your electrolyte levels can also regulate blood pressure and help your muscles contract, including your heart. 

Relieving Head Pains Naturally

We can treat regular headaches with over-the-counter painkillers. On the other hand, migraines need IV therapy sessions to boost hydration and electrolyte levels while preventing future migraine attacks. 

Manhas Health offers relaxing IV therapy sessions for residents across the Tri-Cities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody in British Columbia. Our family commits to caring for yours. Contact us now to schedule a consultation.