A New IV Spa In Portland Can Help With Those Nasty Hangovers
If you've spent the last year hidden away in your small corner of Maine, chances are you've used that time as a study in self-reflection. Perhaps you've realized you need to drop a few pounds. Perhaps you've noticed that you have terrible sleep habits and don't get enough deep sleep. Maybe you've become more aware that after a night with a bottle of wine, those hangovers are a lot worse than they used to be. If your self-reflection has awoken any of those discoveries inside you, there's a new IV spa in Portland that can probably help.
It's called the Recovery Room presented by Elle Medical Aesthetics. Inside the Recovery Room, trained professionals will administer IV bags that will cater to whatever symptoms ail you. Perhaps you'll need a vitamin IV to pack your body with the vitamins and nutrients that you may be lacking. It's also possible you'll need a hydration IV, to help fight off a migraine, flu symptoms or even a really nasty hangover. And if you have a special circumstance? Well the trained professionals on-site work as IV mixologists, and may be able to come up a remedy to help.
IV therapy has become popular in many other cities across the country but for downtown Portland, this will be a first. The Recovery Room is located at 48 Free Street. Their website is filled with answers to some of the questions you may have as well a detailed menu of their specialized offerings and an opportunity to book an appointment.
Hangovers in Portland may never been the same again.
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