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InfusaLounge Wellness Spa Allergies
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Allergies in Bloom?

Fight Allergies by Staying Hydrated

There is no cure for seasonal allergies. But, there are a number of things you can do to help yourself. First and foremost, stay hydrated. Our Allergy Blend IV drip in fact is packed full of anti-inflammatory and anti-histamine vitamins, minerals and compounds. Consequently, these are added directly into your bloodstream. If you stay hydrated, as a result, your body can react better to allergens. And in turn, you will not need to produce its own histamines due to lacking water. 

Allergies and Histamines

To start, lets look at what causes allergies: allergens and histamines. When you are allergic to something, say pollen (an allergen), the body thinks that the allergen is attacking it. So, your body goes into overdrive trying to protect itself. As a result, your immune system produces histamines to fight the irritants. The result is watery eyes, mucus buildup, runny nose, sore throat – you get the picture. In short, this is why people take anti-histamines to lessen the ‘attack’ of histamines in your body.

 

Histamines and Water

Most importantly did you know histamines also control the flow of water in your body? As a result, you may feel drowsy and dry after taking allergy pills. This action, consequently, is the side effect of decreasing water flow. However, there have been recent studies into the effects of dehydration and allergies, and they seem to go hand in hand.

 

The Study of Chronic Dehydration

As can be seen in new studies, dehydration can cause a push in histamine production in the body. In effect, causing symptoms similar to seasonal allergies when you’ve been dehydrated for a long period of time. So essentially, being dehydrated for a time (also termed ‘chronic dehydration’) can cause a reaction similar to seasonal allergies. Consequently, combine actual seasonal allergies with dehydration, and you get the worst of it. Now, picture this: your body is fighting off harmful allergens while it is also dehydrated. And the result: your body can’t function properly. Your body, therefore, begins to pump out histamines just to get more water flowing.

B Complex

B 1/2/3/5/6

Vitamins B 1/2/3/5/6

Cell growth and division. Aids in the normal development of the immune/nervous system. Improves the metabolic process. Improves the health of your skin. Supports healthy brain function.

B5

Dexpanthenol

Vitamin B5

Improves energy. Aids in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates. Can lower cholesterol levels. Promotes cardiovascular health. Can reduce stress and promote mental health. Soothes the skin irritation and moisturizes. Can improve nasal congestion and inflammation.

B6

Pyridoxine

Vitamin B6

Helps maintain flawless skin and promotes healthier skin. Detoxifies the liver. Enhances the health of blood vessels. Improves cognitive function. Relieves mood swings and improves cognitive health. Can relieve symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis – can relieve joint and muscle pain. Can boost hair growth and can be beneficial in treating hair loss.

C

Ascorbic Acid

Vitamin C

Growth, development and repair of all body tissues. Formation of collagen. Absorption of iron. Proper functioning of our immune system. Wound healing. Maintenance of cartilage, bones and teeth.

MgCl2

Magnesium Chloride

Vitamin Magnesium Chloride

An essential mineral that plays a crucial role in our overall health. Has a regulatory role in the central nervous system, and it is vital for muscular contraction. Can lower and regulate blood pressure. May reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke – improve cholesterol profiles, reduced rate of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), inhibits the calcification of tissues. Helps to protect against migraines. Helps to protect against osteoporosis. Reduces inflammatory markers.

Fluids fluids fluids

Now flooding the system with fluids is actually a great way to help your body as it tries to clear allergens. However, if you’re dehydrated, your mucus membranes are dehydrated, making them dry & sticky – and causing the release of histamines. Therefore, fluids also help your body flush out both environmental allergens themselves and histamines that are trying to clear them.

 

Getting Started

Our essential Allergy IV anti-inflammatory + anti-histamine vitamins, after all, provide the perfect protection to weather any storm and treat those pesky allergens. The drip takes approximately 60 minutes. Most importantly, let’s get you to feeling good again – yes, even outdoors.

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