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Seasonal allergy relief
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IV drip therapy for seasonal allergies

Hydrating vitamin infusions flush allergens from your system

If you feel like allergy season in southern California is getting longer, you’re not alone. Research into climate change shows that higher temps and CO2 in the atmosphere are increasing both the length of the pollen production season and the amount of pollen produced.1

IV therapy for seasonal allergies

Reduce seasonal allergy symptoms & inflammation with IV treatments.

For seasonal allergy sufferers, this means more days dealing with the inconvenience and discomfort of symptoms like:

Now, the good news: you don’t have to rely on OTC allergy medications. IV hydration is a natural and effective way to reduce allergy symptoms and enhance your overall health. It works with your body to wash away irritants while replenishing essential nutrients.

What causes seasonal allergies?

Seasonal allergies, AKA allergic rhinitis or hayvfever, begin when the body is exposed to an airborne allergen such as pollen. The allergen causes an immune system response in the form of antibodies (as if in response to an infection).

The antibodies cause histamine release, triggering any number of seasonal allergy symptoms.

Why allergy symptoms happen & how IV hydration helps

When the body detects an allergen it tries to reduce exposure by flushing the offending substance out – this can lead to watery eyes and a runny nose. IV hydration replaces the fluids used to flush out allergens and speeds up the process.

Inflammation is another common response to allergens – this is what causes swollen eyes, a stuffy nose, and redness. IV therapy includes essential vitamins, minerals and other supplements with anti-inflammatory properties.

Vitamins for seasonal allergies

Vitamin C helps prevent histamine formation, which means fewer and less-severe allergy symptoms. In contrast, most antihistamine meds work by breaking down histamine after it has been formed, or blocking the effects of histamine by not allowing them to bind to cell receptors.

Vitamin C is also a powerful antioxidant which combats the oxidative stress caused by allergens.

Vitamin B complex, specifically folic acid, has been shown to help regulate inflammation, suppress allergic reactions, and decrease the severity of seasonal allergy symptoms. 2

Magnesium is essential for your body to produce DAO, an enzyme that reduces histamine levels. Many of our IV drips already include magnesium, and our doctor can also create a custom formula.

Anti-inflammatory add on

Our anti-inflammatory Pain Reliever add-on includes toradol, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory substance. Seasonal allergies cause inflammation, which is why tissues in your nose and around your eyes can become inflamed.

Enhance any of our IV treatments with extra inflammation fighting power and more with add-on boosts.

Orange poppies growing in southern California can cause seasonal allergy symptoms

IV hydration is an all-natural alternative to allergy medications and decongestants.

IV treatment options for allergy symptom relief

All of our IV treatments rehydrate quickly and help rinse allergens and toxins out of your system. For seasonal allergy relief, we recommend:

 

Save money with IV package pricing and keep allergy symptoms at bay with regular vitamin drip treatments.

Our Costa Mesa hydration clinic serves people living in nearby communities and throughout Orange County. Walk-in appointments are welcome, though we do recommend calling ahead for approximate wait times.

Book your appointment online for IV therapy for seasonal allergies.

References:

  1. Abreu, Danielle. It's Not You. Allergy Seasons Are Getting Longer and Worse. [NBC Southern California] 2019
  2. Folic Acid May Help Treat Allergies, Asthma. [Johns Hopkins Medicine] 2009