"Electro-Aid" The Hydration Drip

Whenever you are dealing with a hangover or being stressed out due to your busy daily routines,
DripMe gives you an effective way to feel more energized and refreshed. “Electro-Aid” by
DripMe in Manchester can help you get away from these problems.
You’ve probably heard many times how important it is to stay hydrated. The human body
comprises around 60% water. It’s commonly recommended that you drink eight glasses of water
per day. Especially when you are exercising you need to drink a lot of water to keep yourself
hydrated. [1]
Studies show that it isn’t uncommon for athletes to lose as much as 6–10% of their water weight
via sweat. [2] DripMe is presenting you a way to replenish your fluids – ‘Electro-Aid’ the
hydration drip.
According to health practitioners, the benefit of IV therapy is that the body absorbs 100 percent of
the nutrients in it as opposed to just 15 – 20 percent if taken orally. Health-conscious people are
now discovering the benefits of IV hydration therapy.
The benefits of hydration therapy even outweigh the benefits of drinking a lot of water. ‘Electro-
Aid’ The hydration therapy by DripMe in Manchester is your way to get these benefits. So buy
now to get hydrated and refreshed.


Composition


‘Electro-Aid’ The hydration therapy contains various electrolytes such as Sodium chloride,
Potassium chloride, Calcium chloride dihydrate, and Sodium lactate.
This cocktail of saline and electrolytes rebalances salts and flushes out any toxins that are
undermining your health. So, this IV therapy not only balances your body fluids but also
provides you with electrolytes that allow your body to destroy free radicals and enhance your
health.


Benefits


You can get many advantages from this cocktail of fluids and electrolytes that match your
physiological needs. The hydration IV therapy by DripMe focuses on:

  •  Athletic recovery
  • Energy boosts
  • Detoxification
  • Hangover recovery
  • Immunity boosts


Efficient Hydration

IV therapy provides instant hydration to your body that will not only reach your digestive tract
but also your tissues. Especially after a workout when your body is dehydrated this IV therapy
can inject fluids and electrolytes that your body lost during the workout.


Energy Boosts

When your body losses fluids, the fluids also pull out the nutrients with them and your body
electrolytes become depleted that makes you feel fatigued. ‘Electro-Aid’ IV drips by Drip
ensures that you get electrolytes back into your body and you feel an instant freshness.


Detoxification

‘Electro-Aid’ by DripMe provides hydration that flushes out the toxins from your body that are
harmful to your health. Detoxification helps to improve the functions of your vital organs.


Immune System


The perfect blend of electrolytes and fluids is vital for the natural defense system of your body.
It strengthens your immune system and improves your general health as well. [3]

So, ‘Electro-Aid’ IV therapy by DripMe is the best option for people seeking hydration before or
after a workout, recovery from a hangover, or an instant energy boost. Buy now here


‘Electro-Aid’ the hydration drip injects high amounts of fluids and electrolytes directly into your
body. If you drink a high volume of fluids your body is not usually able to absorb all of it. Your
digestive system cannot process all of this fluid and it tries to get rid of it. This leads to flushing
out of the excess fluid and electrolytes. This is not the case with ‘Electro-Aid’ hydration drip as
it bypasses your digestive system and directly enters your bloodstream leading to 100 percent
absorption in the tissues and organs.
If you are in Manchester you are in luck as DripMe is located in Manchester and you can get
‘Electro-Aid’ The Hydration Drip easily at this address: 139 Mauldeth Rd, Manchester M14 6SR, United Kingdom or ring us at +44 7912 887256.

1. Armstrong, L.E. and E.C. Johnson, Water intake, water balance, and the elusive daily water
requirement. Nutrients, 2018. 10(12): p. 1928.
2. Magee, P.J., A.M. Gallagher, and J.M. McCormack, High prevalence of dehydration and
inadequate nutritional knowledge among university and club level athletes. International Journal
of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 2017. 27(2): p. 158-168.
3. Popkin, B.M., K.E. D'Anci, and I.H. Rosenberg, Water, hydration, and health. Nutrition reviews,
2010. 68(8): p. 439-458.

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