Ever have those days when you drink about a gallon of water and just can’t quench your thirst? That’s because you are more than merely thirsty - you’re dehydrated.

Dehydration can result from intense exercise, lack of fluid intake, or even illness. But whatever the cause, the symptoms are the same: a headache, tired, fatigue, dry mouth and skin, dizziness, and even rapid heartbeat and breathing.

Fortunately, the Invigorate IV infusion therapy can get you rehydrated and revitalized in less than an hour. Thanks to electrolyte-replenishing minerals like potassium, calcium, and magnesium, not only will the effects of dehydration disappear, but you’ll feel recharged, renewed, and, yes, reinvigorated.


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Calcium Chloride
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body, with 99 percent of the body’s stores found in your bones and teeth. It also plays a critical role in regulating cellular processes and in transmitting neurologic signals.

Calcium chloride specifically is a form of calcium that is highly water-soluble and is particularly beneficial for heart health.
Magnesium is a mineral that plays many important roles in human health. It is important for bone health, synthesis of DNA and RNA, and hundreds of metabolic reactions.

Magnesium also assists in calcium absorption and prevents calcium-containing kidney stones from forming. It also improves energy production in the heart, dilates coronary arteries, supports blood pressure, reduces the risk of blood clotting, and even helps in the synthesis of glutathione, which plays a key role in detoxification.

The adult body contains about 25 grams of magnesium, with more than 60 percent of total body magnesium found in bone, and about 27 percent in muscle.
Potassium Chloride
Potassium is a mineral key to many body functions, including fluid balance, especially in key electrolyte quantities. It also supports nerve and muscle activity, brain-oxygen levels, metabolism, blood pressure, and healthy heartbeat.

Potassium chloride is a water-soluble salt comprised of potassium and chloride. It is commonly used to treat low blood pressure.
Sodium Chloride
Sodium chloride, or salt, makes up the extracellular fluid of many organisms. When combined with water, sodium chloride becomes the saline solution, which is used topically to clean wounds, relieve dry eye, and as a nasal wash for allergies and colds. It can also be used in IV preparations to elevate low blood pressure and to treat dehydration.


When you are talking hydration, you are talking about fluids and electrolytes. Electrolytes are minerals and salts required for all cell function, including water/fluid balance, moving nutrients and wastes into and out of your cells, and balancing pH levels. Any change in electrolyte balance can result in either too much water in your system (overhydration) or too little (dehydration).

One of the best ways to ensure proper electrolyte balance is with minerals and mineral salts, namely sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium.

The sodium chloride is best known as salt. It’s comprised of extracellular fluid and used in conjunction with water to create a saline solution. Sodium regulates blood pressure and volume, balances pH, normalizes the heartbeat, and supports osmosis. Excess sodium has been linked to hypertension, stroke, and heart attack1 which is why it’s important to balance out sodium with other minerals.

Along with sodium, potassium also normalizes heartbeat. It also ensures that nutrients get into cells, where they can be broken down for energy. Plus, it helps maintains a slightly alkaline state in your cells and tissues. Potassium is also the yin to sodium’s yang, working to offset excess sodium in the body. In fact, research shows that a potassium deficiency as been associated with blood pressure concerns in obese children,2 and that increasing potassium intake could reduce blood pressure, while also supporting cardiovascular and kidney health.3

Magnesium is critical for the active transport of ions like potassium and calcium across cell membranes for the conduction of nerve impulses, muscle contraction, normal heart rhythm, and cell signaling and migration. Its electrolyte benefits can be seen in its support of healthy blood pressure and its ability to ease leg cramps.4-6

Much like the sodium/potassium dance, magnesium and calcium also work synergistically. Calcium is necessary for regulating cellular processes, as well as communicating neurologic signals between cells. Like most electrolytes, calcium also supports healthy blood pressure.7-8 Additionally, calcium can help to alleviate muscle cramps, which can often accompany dehydration and overexertion.

Getting a balanced mix of electrolyte minerals and mineral salts is critical to truly overcome dehydration and exhaustion, as well as support exercise recovery.

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