You poor thing — were you overserved again?
August 13, 2014 11:44 AM Subscribe
"In a society obsessed with comfort, it’s only reasonable for someone to come up with a solution to this self-inflicted problem. Since hangovers stem from lack of hydration, water is the secret weapon. But imbibing one fluid after over-imbibing many isn’t always in the cards, especially when the thought of consuming anything at all makes you gag." Enter, the I.V. Doc
In the Second City they ask, "If you're a frequent drinker, can you get, like, a stent there so it's, like, always ready to go in?" Chicago's mobile I.V. Doc
service is described as an outcall service that travels to clients' homes, hotels or offices so customers can "eat, text, watch TV and talk on your cell while getting your infusion treatment."
In Vegas, Hangover Heaven
will pick you up and treat you on a bus. Simple "Redemption," which uses IV fluids, is $99, whereas the full-on "Salvation" will run you another $60 and includes intensive nausea and vitamin therapy.
Atlanta's walk-in facility, Hydration Station,
offers an IV cocktail for only $29. It has become so popular that they're opening a second location down the road just nine months after launching the first.