IV Therapy for Food Poisoning

Manhattan Medical Arts’ IV therapy for food poisoning is the most effective and essential therapies if you are experiencing
pain and discomfort after mistakenly ingesting bad food, or something that you are allergic to. Food poisoning is when your stomach rejects inappropriate food and becomes incapable of absorbing nutrients and water, leading you into nausea,
vomiting, diarrhea, and severe dehydration.

Dehydration led discomfort, caused by food poisoning, can be experienced in the form of nausea and vomiting, abdominal
pain or cramps, exhaustion, drowsiness, dried mouth and throat. This condition only gets worse if it is not treated in a timely manner by opting for the IV drip for food poisoning, to gain instant relief.

Symptoms of Food Poisoning

Although it is painful and injurious, food poisoning doesn’t last long; it usually takes a day or two to get better – However, in severe food poisoning cases it can last a lot longer than usual.

Listed below are the most common symptoms of food poisoning:

  • Stomach cramps
  • Abdominal discomfort
  • Bloating
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Mild fever
  • Loss of appetite
  • Headaches
  • Weakness

What It Includes

You can opt for food poisoning IV therapy for instant relief from the severe painful symptoms it brings. IV drip for
food poisoning is a high-potency intravenous mix of Vitamins, fluids, and vital minerals that are capable of replenishing your fluids, and can help stop stomach cramping, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea immediately. Our IV drip for food poisoning at Manhattan Medical Arts includes:




Benefits of Food Poisoning IV Treatment


When you are suffering from food poisoning, consuming just water is ineffective. Since our food poisoning IV contains the perfect proportions of fluids, electrolytes, vitamins and minerals, it is the fastest way to re-energize your body, compensate lost fluids, and instantly relieve the painful symptoms.


In a severely discomforting situation of food poisoning, our IV therapists add the required specific medications to relieve you of symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, heartburn, and nausea.

Bypasses The
Digestive System

Vomiting is one of the main symptoms of food poisoning, and it is almost impossible to consume food and then keep it down with the whole digestive system under attack. However, using IV therapy allows you to bypass the digestve system, delivering the medication, vitamins, minerals, and fluids directly to your bloodstream.

How It Helps

After eating something you have realized that you shouldn’t have, your body is working on eradicating the damage that has been done to your digestive system, leading your body to now express symptoms. We, at Manhattan Medical Arts, can definitely help you with that.

Our Food Poisoning IV Treatment works relentlessly on releiving you of the symptoms, fighting the bacteria out of
your system, and helping you recover a lot faster. Once completed, you will feel notably hydrated, fresh, deeply energized, and your system will be cleansed.

IV Therapy for Food Poisoning at Manhattan Medical Arts

Anyone suffering from food poisoning may benefit from our IV treatment, our teams are composed of healthcare professionals who will help you determine which IV therapy is best for your condition, and we will schedule your treatment based on your needs for ongoing therapy.

To ensure your safety, your IV therapist at Manhattan Medical Arts assesses your health during, after, and before your custom IV treatment. To ensure your comfort, we sanitize the equipment specifically for you. Each step of the way, we will also explain everything to you, so you’ll feel comfortable and confident as you start to quickly feel better.

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