This can make you feel better even if you weren’t really hung over
Your body has a maximum capacity for hydration, after which point any fluid simply passes through. But according to Dr. Nadelson, it takes a mere 1% of dehydration for observable sluggishness to set in. Granted, these treatments aren’t cheap, so you’d have to be part of the 1% to do non-hung-over sessions regularly. On the other hand…
The whole thing is absurdly less expensive than the same procedure at an ER
Depending on the service, you’re definitely looking at $100 minimum -- this is an elective treatment, after all. But Nadelson says an ER would charge $1,500 -- and that’s a conservative estimate. Just the nutritional part of the solution could run $200, disturbingly reminiscent of the bar tab that has you considering this solution in the first place.