When Should I Drip | Flu

Nothing is worse than flu season. Sometimes it feels like your whole family falls like dominoes when the flu hits your house. With current medical advances, doctors can now tell you “yep, it’s the flu” and even the strain, but other than a dose of Tamiflu, there isn’t much you can do other than rest and get plenty of fluids. We all know how just lifting a glass or eating can be exhausting when you feel ill but hydration is the key to recovery. And while your body has to fight the infection on it’s own time, IV hydration can be excellent supportive care.


Signs, symptoms and treatment

We all know it. The scratchy throat, headache, runny nose, fatigue, chills and muscle aches that put you down for the count. Stock up on your favorite decongestant and tissues plus a fever reducer, and always check in with your doctor about what you should take and how often.


There are many additional home remedies like chicken soup, electrolyte beverages, steaming your face/head, eating raw garlic, elderberry syrup, gargling with salt water, and even a sinus flush like a neti pot. These are all good options that might help reduce your symptoms. And another great tool that packs a big punch with minimal effort is an immunity focused IV.


How can an iV help fight the flu?

The Onus iV Immunity Drip provides a mega-immunity boost by combining Glutathione, Vitamin C and Zinc to accelerate recovery. All of that in a bag of saline which provides instant and direct hydration. By bypassing the digestive system and delivering these essential flu fighting supplements, you get a lot of benefits with very little work.


When should I drip?

While you are running a fever, you should consider yourself contagious and stay home to rest but if you notice your family/co-workers/friends dropping like flies with the flu, come by one of our Onus iV locations for an immunity boost as a preventative measure. Or schedule our mobile service and we will come to you!