The University of Memphis football team will play its next home game on September 30th at 3 p.m., and NexGen Health and Wellness has a special treat to assist in the tailgating fun. For the entire month of September, we are offering our IV hydration therapy drips for $25 off the regular price. If you want to save yourself a raging headache, a gurgling stomach, a parched mouth that feels like sandpaper, and the overall discomfort that comes from overindulgence, then you should visit NexGen Health and Wellness to ensure you are hydrated before the tailgating fun occurs.
It is that time of year again when kids eagerly or for some, begrudgingly, head back to school. Unfortunately, unwelcome guests tend to tag along when your children return home from school. The unwanted guests are, you guessed it, germs! Returning to school leads to an inevitable rise in household germs. It is crucial to be prepared to combat these invaders. Continue reading as we explore why kids returning to school can bring more germs into the home. Plus, discover promising solutions if a family member becomes sick.
May is one of the best months of the year for Memphians. There’s so much happening, notably the annual Memphis in May International Festival. This event ensures there is something fun to do practically every weekend in May. With so much going on, relaxing with IV therapy may be for you!
Spring is upon us, and for many of us, that means allergies! Allergies can cause various annoying symptoms, such as sneezing, itchy eyes, and congestion. They also seem to last forever, with most cases lasting between seven to ten days. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce the symptoms associated with allergies. Many opt for an immunity booster or a sinus cocktail for allergy relief. This blog post will share the benefits of a sinus cocktail and other immunity boosters for spring allergens.
Did you know that the night before Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving night, Christmas evening, and of course, New Year’s Eve are all very popular and jam-packed nights for bars across America?
At NexGen Health and Wellness, we are passionate about helping people feel healthy, gain more energy, release stress, and feel more confident in themselves. Your health is our mission. That is why we offer an assortment of healthcare needs.
Most Memphians would agree that the summer heat is uncomfortable. You are more prone to dehydration because your body is losing water from sweating, so you consistently feel thirsty, tired, or dizzy when feeling hot. IV therapy from NexGen can help replenish the electrolytes and water you lose in mere minutes. However, IV therapy isn’t just for dehydration. There are many other benefits of IV therapy, and you can receive the therapy all year long, not just during the summer. Here is a list of some of the additional benefits of IV therapy.
Even after all of your symptoms have gone from illness, you may not feel like you’re on top of the world. Afflictions such as illnesses and hangovers can leave you feeling dehydrated, lethargic, and queasy. Going to the doctor’s office may seem like overkill, and trying to sleep it off may not be enough to quell your aching body. Modern health and wellness innovations have led to the perfect in-between, IV therapy!
Tis the season for coughs and colds, which means many people are feeling more tired, run down, and just overall miserable. It is hard to blame a person’s bad mood when they develop a cold. Just look at the list of symptoms from the common cold:
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Slight weight gain is common among adults. Most people will agree that it is standard for their weight to bounce around 5 pounds. The problem is when that extra 5 pounds begins to stick around. Gaining just five pounds can have additional side effects beyond making your jeans feel tight since just 5 pounds can elevate your blood pressure. Dr. Somers of the American Heart Association says, “We can’t fall back on the assumption that ‘oh, it’s just 5 or 10 poundsUnfortunately, modest weight gain can increase blood pressure, even in a typically lean and healthy patient., it’s nothing.’ It may be nothing for the individual, but the larger health consequences will be significant.”