Summer weather is finally here and that means more time to spend outdoors, running, walking, biking or training for a marathon. The key to proper training, especially during the hot spring and summer months is hydration.
Thankfully, the team at MedStudio is here to offer insight on the importance of hydration for muscle recovery with key IV therapy options.
What Happens to Muscle Groups During Intensive Training?
During intensive training your body undergoes serious metabolic and physiological changes, such as redistribution of blood flow away from internal organs toward muscle tissue, and changes to hormones. Learn more about blood flow and muscle strain to be aware of what is going on in your body at each stage.
Staying hydrated is incredibly important in muscle recovery.
According to research in Popular Science your muscle cells “need water to properly repair damaged tissue through protein synthesis.” If you overwork or deprive your muscles of key nutrients during training, a plethora of issues can arise such as Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS), rhabdomyolysis (severe muscle injury), or even increased amounts of troponin molecules delivered into your blood stream. These can have potentially lethal affects if not dealt with properly. Our team at MedStudio wants to help you avoid these potential injuries by sharing the importance of hydration through IV therapy.
Muscle Recovery and The Importance of Hydration (IV Drip Therapy)
- 100% Absorption into Cells
- Easy and Efficient Process (20-30 Minutes)
- Significant Results with Repeated Treatment (1-4 Weeks)
- Shortened Recovery Time
- Flushes Toxins, Reduces Fatigue, Restores Energy
- Risk Prevention
Your Best Resource for IV Nutrition Therapy
Simply put: IV therapy hydrates your body faster and more efficiently than just drinking water. Learn more about the benefits of IV Therapy for muscle recovery and the importance of hydration.
Remember to schedule your appointment today at one of our offices within the Metro area to see how our team of medical professionals can help craft an hydration IV therapy regime specifically designed to boost your athletic training, outdoor activities, and workouts.