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How IV Therapy Can Help With Migraines

Imagine, If You Will

Imagine, if you will, being struck with throbbing, blinding pain in your head. It hurts so much that you have to lie in a dark, silent room; even light hurts. The pain hurts so badly that it makes you nauseous and may even make you vomit. Imagine a life in which you never know for sure when a headache which is that debilitating will strike, interrupting whatever else is happening in your life. This kind of debilitating headache – a migraine – can only be understood by those who experience them. Finding relief from them involves a multipronged approach that may encompass many areas: dietary changes, adhering to exacting stress management protocols, and medications. Fortunately, there’s also a leading-edge way to approach the treatment of migraines – IV therapy.                                                                                                                                                                                                           


Worldwide, it’s thought that migraines affect more than a billion people annually. The symptoms of a migraine can be so severe that they lead some sufferers to worry that they’re having a stroke or an aneurysm, sending them to an emergency room for treatment. To say that they’re debilitating would be an understatement. Some people get them rarely or only once while others are stricken with them several times a month. Risk factors for developing migraines include:

  • Epilepsy
  • Angina (chest pain that occurs when the heart doesn’t get enough oxygen)
  • Stomach ulcers
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Hormonal changes
  • Sleep disorders including sleep apnea
  • Chronic insomnia
  • Depression and Anxiety

There are many suspected causes of migraines. Alcohol use may cause migraines for some sufferers. Two to three times as many women suffer from migraines as men, so one’s sex many be a factor. There is also some research that suggests that migraines may be an autoimmune disease. Whatever the cause, migraines range from temporarily debilitating to crippling.

How IV Therapy May Help Migraine Sufferers

IV therapy can be used as a standalone therapy to help relieve migraines or it can be used in conjunction with other treatments like lifestyle modifications and medications. IV therapy can be highly effective in relieving migraines because it treats:

  • Hydration and Electrolyte Balance: Dehydration is a common trigger for migraines. Fluids administered through IVs contain essential electrolytes like sodium, potassium, and magnesium, which can help reduce the severity of migraines.
  • Magnesium: Magnesium deficiency has been linked to migraines. IV therapy can deliver magnesium directly into the bloodstream, which can help relax blood vessels and muscles, reducing the intensity of migraine attacks.
  • Vitamin Infusions: Certain vitamins, particularly the B vitamins and vitamin C, play vital roles in brain health and nerve function.
  • Anti-Inflammatory and Pain Relief: Migraines are often accompanied by inflammation and pain. IV therapy can include medications that provide quick and effective relief.

Rojo Best IV Therapy Mobile

If you’re in Coral Springs, FL, or the surrounding area, Rojo Best IV Therapy Mobile can provide IV therapy to help manage your migraines. We can customize your therapy to include a variety of migraine relief protocols, including vitamin and mineral supplementation, Zofran for nausea and Toradol to help relieve inflammation. Best of all, we can come to your home or another location so you can receive treatment as quickly and easily as possible. Contact us so we can help you find a migraine-relief protocol.

Disclaimer: The information contained here was not written by a medical doctor and is intended for informational purposes only. This is not a substitute for medical advice.