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Turn Down for What?! The Hangover Cure

By Samira Palmer

As New Orleanians, we all know that there’s always a party somewhere. And on the heels of such festive holidays as Mardi Gras and St. Patrick’s Day, there’s a pretty good chance that you have recently awoken to feeling the awful after-effects of a “few too many.” With Spring Break just around the corner, I bet you’re excited about drinking with friends – but dreading the hangover that follows. Well, don’t fret, because there’s a new cure in town.

First off, don’t believe the myth that drinking more alcohol will cure your hangover. The truth is more alcoholic drinks will only add to the existing toxicity of the alcohol that is already in one’s system. Having a hangover means you are suffering from dehydration and a deficiency of important minerals like magnesium and potassium. Some symptoms of dehydration include headache, xerostomia (cottonmouth), lightheadedness, and thirst. Drinking water will help replenish fluids before, during, and after consumption of alcohol.

But what is this “cure,” you ask? It’s none other than IV Hangover therapy. The IV procedures are conducted by physicians and registered nurses. The Remedy Room is known for specializing in this treatment. They even have mobile clinics that are available and can be reserved for groups. How much will the Hangover IV cost? The Remedy Room offers three different variations of the treatment. The first would be the basic “No Needle Therapy” at $60 dollars. The second is the original “Hangover Remedy” for $149. And if you want to treat yourself, purchase “The Comeback” for $199. The difference between the “Hangover Remedy” and “The Comeback” are the powerful antioxidants.

Now that you know about the “cure”, you can fully enjoy your Spring Break holiday!

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