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Elevated Hydration Shares 6 Easy Ways To Stay Healthy During Cold And Flu Season

Last updated September 22, 2021 by Totally Boise

The Treasure Valley is finally cooling down, leaves are starting to turn, and pumpkin spice lattes are beginning to brew. While fall can be seen as the kickoff to the holidays and beautiful scenery, it also is known as the most dreaded season of all –– cold and flu season.

While we are currently facing an uncertain pandemic, cold and flu season can still put a dent in our fun fall outings. Elevated Hydration in Boise focuses on drip therapies that supply guests with vitamins to boost their immune system.

Elevated Hydration Shares Six Easy Ways To Stay Healthy During Cold And Flu Season

Owned and operated by an MD and registered nurse, Elevated Hydration not only desires you to be your best self, but they also want to extend their experience on how to stay healthy during the Fall season.

Here are six ways to stay healthy this fall.

1. Balanced Diet

While we all deserve to indulge in food that makes us happy, implementing fruits, veggies, and healthy fats into our diets will help make our bodies stronger to fight viruses that we may come in contact with.

2. Exercise

As simple as walking the Boise Greenbelt during lunch or joining a local gym, exercise is important for keeping the immune system in good standing. The Treasure Valley is filled with workout opportunities.

3. Adequate Sleep

This can be tricky, but based on your age, getting enough sleep allows your mind and, as a result, your body to be in sharp shape during the day. The number of hours recommended depends on each person; however, most doctors recommend 7 to 9 hours per night.

4. Minimizing stress

Easier said than done, finding ways to relieve your stress can allow your body to focus on defending outside viruses instead. Taking even just a few minutes a day to relax can help reduce stress. One way Totally Boise likes to reduce stress is by meditating or visiting tranquil places such as Salt Sanctuary in Boise.

5. Practicing Good Hygiene

A simple way to fight off germs is by consistently washing your hands, carrying hand sanitizer,and if you are starting to feel under the weather, wearing a mask. Good hygiene is not only essential for keeping your body healthy, but for ensuring the safety of the people you come in contact with.

6. IV Therapy

IV Therapy offers an extensive amount of benefits for the body. Depending on the desired drip, various nutrients are mixed with a saline-based electrolyte solution and administered straight into the bloodstream. This gives your body instant restoration in vitamins and nutrients you may be lacking. Offering a variety of drips, Elevated Hydration will have your body feeling rejuvenated in under an hour!

Elevated Hydration Shares Six Easy Ways To Stay Healthy During Cold And Flu Season
Elevated Hydration Shares Six Easy Ways To Stay Healthy During Cold And Flu Season

Elevated Hydration in Boise Recommended IV Drips

Immunity Booster: Vitamin C, Zinc, B12, and Glutathione Push

This drip boosts the immune system, keeping common illnesses at bay. A combination of glutathione, vitamin C, zinc, and vitamin B12 will give your immunity the recharge it needs.

Super Immunity: High Dose Vitamin C, Zinc, B12, and Glutathione Push

Designed to boost the body's natural immune response, this drip utilizes high dose vitamin C, high dose zinc, and vitamin B12 to heighten your defenses for combat.

Booster Sunshine Shot: Vitamin D3

Find more Elevated Hydration drip suggestions here:

Elevated Hydration Drip

Creating a healthy lifestyle and a strong immune system is all about balance. While cold and flu season varies year-to-year, having healthy habits and knowing when to get a little extra help like IV drips can go a long way.

Not sure which drip is for you? Elevated Hydration's staff is always more than happy to guide clients in suggesting which drip is the right one for their body.

Book your IV Drip therapy here:

Book an IV Drip in Boise

Call: 208- 919-0018





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