Lexington’s emergency rooms, doctor offices and quick clinics have waiting rooms full of flu victims. This wide spread strand seems to be taking out entire families and business offices one by one. In some cases, the flu can be life threatening.
While doctors say prevention is key, this year’s flu shot may not be as effective as year’s past. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported that this year’s anticipated seasonal flu viral code doesn’t match the projected antigen that was in the first round flu shots. The CDC still recommends getting the flu shot, even though it may not be 100% effective.
Once patients have the flu, there is not much they can do to rid themselves. Managing symptoms with over-the-counter oral medicine only goes so far. A prescription for Tamiflu will manage systems better, but will not necessarily speed up the recovery.
So what can you do to prevent and treat the flu this season? Locally owned Rehydration station may have the answer.
Registered nurses from Rehydration Station will come to your home to administer fluids, vitamins and medicine intravenously. This method is far more effective than oral medication. Rehydration Station offers packages that can not only boost your immune system before you become sick, but can actually help you recover faster. The intravenous treatments replenish your body with a cocktail of vitamins and minerals to boost your immune system, energy and overall wellness.
Rehydration Station also offers packages for jet lag, athletic recovery and even hangovers! IV infusion therapy is the most efficient and effective way to return to your optimal self.
Rehydration Station’s “Death Bed” package includes the following:
• 2 Liters of Fluid: Corrects general dehydration and
rebalance body fluid
• Nausea Medicine: Eliminates nausea and vomiting
• Pain Relief Medicine: Eliminates headaches, body aches and inflation in body
•Vitamin B12: Increases energy, blood cell
production and regulates seep and appetite
• Zinc: Boosts immune system
• Vitamin C: Promotes growth, development and repair for all body tissues.