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Sweet Dreams Are Made of Hydration.
You go to bed feeling 100% confident you’ll fall asleep as soon as your head hits the soft, comfortable pillow. But then your mind starts racing with all the things you know you have to do tomorrow, and the light from the alarm clock seems as bright as daylight. How are you ever going to get to sleep?
Poor sleep may be the result of dehydration and nutrient deficiencies. A simple IV hydration session in our relaxed spa setting helps calm your body to promote healthier sleep so you wake up feeling recharged and ready to go. It’s going to be a beautiful day after all!
Best Sleep Aid Therapy in Costa Mesa
Insomnia is often related to other problems within the body. Achieving proper hydration and nutrition helps your body function better overall, and in turn helps you sleep better. IV hydration and vitamins for sleep will have you sleeping soundly and waking up rested every day.
Causes of Lack of Sleep
Poor sleep quality can be caused by any number of things, from vitamin deficiency to stress. Some people are simply light sleepers and have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. Whatever the reason for your insomnia, our IV hydration therapy restores your body’s natural rhythms so you can get more rest.
Dehydration can make you feel wide awake when you should be tired, or fatigued and exhausted by being unable to fall asleep. Without proper hydration, your body may acquire a build-up of toxins. You might notice skin, eye, and mouth problems since these parts of your body are not being properly lubricated. This can make you feel sore or itchy and makes you vulnerable to minor infections. Dehydration can also lead to headaches and melatonin deficiency, both leading to lack of sleep.
Make an appointment at our Costa Mesa hydration clinic or just stop by for a quick sleep aid IV treatment. You’ll have more energy for the day and sleep better tonight.
Dehydration and Sleep: Is Drinking Water Before Bed Good or Bad for You?
A popular question, many people wonder whether drinking water before bed will negatively affect their health or not. Hydration and sleep are directly related, meaning it’s not unrealistic to worry about when you’re consuming your daily water. Many rumors about drinking water before bed exist, such as the idea drinking too much water before sleeping can lead to swelling of the brain or an increased chance of a seizure taking place.
Some people even believe dehydrating themselves will make them tired. While it's true dehydration makes you tired, this is not a healthy way to get to sleep. In fact, there's a link between lack of sleep and dehydration. Putting your body in a dehydrated state may make it harder to fall asleep because your body will be telling you to get water. Being dehydrated also increases your risk of muscle cramps, heart attack, and stroke while sleeping.
For most healthy adults, drinking water right before you go to sleep will not hurt your health. In fact, it will help with your body’s natural detoxification process and get rid of waste. Proper hydration balances the vitamins and minerals in your body, which helps you relax and makes you feel refreshed when you wake up.
Some people experience uncomfortable and unwanted side effects from drinking water immediately before bed, such as:
- Heart Burn
- Sleep Deprivation/Insomnia
- Decreased Cognitive/Academic Performance
If a glass of water before sleeping causes these or other problems for you, trying drinking water about 2 hours before going to bed.
Heart burn can keep you from falling asleep and if you’re bladder is full, you’ll have a hard time staying asleep. Nightmares have been reported from individuals who drink water before bed, making a night’s sleep much more stressful than it ever should be. For anyone, a lack of hydration can lead to a lack of sleep and further leading to a lack of energy—thus the decrease in cognitive abilities.
Aside from these symptoms, water before bed usually will not harm anyone, but it can be a cause for concern with people who have kidney or heart diseases. Drinking excess water before sleep can put extra pressure on your kidneys and make it harder for them to remove fluids from your body. People with these conditions shouldn’t drink water at least 2 hours before they try to sleep.
Whether you have a kidney or heart condition or not, you can avoid heart burn and uncomfortable, interrupted nights by visiting Boost Hydration before we close. We’re open until 5pm and offer IV sleep aids to help give you the water you need long before you hit the hay.
Sleep Deprivation and Disorder Treatments
Recover from traveling with our IV jet lag treatment, or get hydration therapy for energy after a night of poor sleep. If worries and anxiety are keeping you up at night, try our anti-stress vitamin injections or stress relief IV hydration. Our medical spa specialists will help you determine which treatment would be most beneficial for your situation.
Inadequate sleep doesn’t just make you tired. It can also contribute to heart disease, stomach ulcers, cancer, and mood disorders like depression. Our relaxing IV hydration therapy with the right vitamins and nutrients makes all the difference. You’ll see an improvement in your quality of sleep after just one IV treatment in our relaxed spa environment.