How Long Does IV Therapy Take?

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How Long Does IV Therapy Take?

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Got questions about IV therapy? We have answers! Take a look at this helpful guide for more information about the timelines regarding IV therapy..

How Long Does IV Therapy Take?

The typical time required for IV therapy is between 15 and 90 minutes. On average, you can expect this process to be around 30 minutes, but this depends on your age and weight, plus the chosen IV type. Although some IV sessions use a slow-drip technique, the total visit shouldn't last more than two hours at the maximum. You can choose from a wide range of treatments that address concerns like colds, dehydration and some surgery recoveries. For example, the popular Myers' Cocktail takes around 45 minutes.

Through an IV service, you can expect to receive supplemental nutrients and vitamins that increase wellness. A nurse may add extra antioxidants based on any symptoms you have. That said, your session should be over and done with after an hour and a half or less.

How Long Does the IV Take to Work?

Most patients feel a difference as soon as the nurse completes the treatment. If it's your first time, you may feel more immediate results. You can still enjoy significant, positive effects with continued use, as consistent IV sessions can supply necessary hydration along with numerous other health benefits.

In any case, IV therapy begins working quickly to give your health a boost, even if you don't feel it right away.

How Long Do the Effects Last?

Many individuals say that their IV therapy results last for three to four days at a time. However, it's important to note that everyone has a different experience. One patient may enjoy more consistent, noticeable effects than another patient based on how their body responds to treatment. Each person has a separate physicality, but IV sessions supply wellness advantages no matter what.

If you disengage from strenuous activities like intense workouts, you may observe lengthier effects. On the other hand, if you work out heavily, you may feel dehydrated sooner rather than later. The length of the perceivable effect depends on your daily life. You can always schedule another appointment when you need a hydration or vitamin boost.

How Long Does It Take for a Nurse to Get to Me?

A nurse can reach you in an hour or less if you're within our service area — we cover Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson, Lake Havasu, Flagstaff and Goodyear, Arizona. You can also schedule an IV session through our online calendar so you can prepare for a physically demanding event. When you feel under the weather, call or text for immediate service.

You can rest assured that our nurses will arrive on time to help you feel better as quickly as possible.

Questions About IV Therapy?

If you want to know more about IV therapy time frames, effects or anything else, we're here to help. After you schedule a home visit, a nurse will arrive to talk about your symptoms. They'll assess your needs so you can receive the correct mixture of vitamins or antioxidants. Once you sign a waiver, you can undergo your treatment and be on your way to healthy hydration. 

Try Arizona IV Medics Today

Whenever you feel unwell or just need a boost, call or text (623) 521-5034 for a same-day appointment. You can also view our IV packages and prices so you can choose the best option for your health.

Matt Heistan
Matt Heistan
Matt is the CEO of AZ IV Medics. Matt has over 15 years of experience in the emergency medicine field. Matt attended Westwood High School, Scottsdale Community College, and the University of Maryland where he received a BS in Psychology. Matt is a 10-year USAF veteran and has been an EMT since 1999. After separating from the USAF, Matt was hired by the Peoria AZ Fire Dept. where he has worked as a Firefighter Paramedic for the last 10 years. Matt is a life-long athlete, from college football to powerlifting, to Crossfit, to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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