“Just one more drink...” “It’s a special occasion...” “It’s an open bar…” If you have used any of these excuses to drink too much during an evening out, you probably know what it is like to wake up the next morning with a monster hangover. Mouth feeling dry as cotton,...
September is here. Perhaps we’re all feeling a little rushed off our feet with the children back in school, and work and home life getting busier again after the warm, relaxed months of summer. At Hydralive, we’re getting a lot of new clients who are coming to us for...
IV therapy is an effective treatment for a variety of human health and mental ailments, and by customizing a therapy with the right mix of amino acids, antioxidants, fluids, detoxifiers, vitamins and other supplements for each client, our trained professionals can create a perfect formulation that will target and redress his/her unique situation.
When it comes to building physical stamina and staying focused on fitness and body-building goals, there are no better examples out there than professional athletes. And even if you’re not competing at the tracks, the habit of “thinking like an athlete” will ensure that those 30 difficult pounds melt away long before your motivation does.
They say you know it’s summer in the South when you’re practically living under a fan in your front porch, stinking of bug spray, listening to bullfrogs and whip-poor-wills and struggling to stay awake in 98-degree weather. But even for those who’re not trapped in the land-locked state and grappling with 94% humidity, being caught up in the throes of hot weather is not always comfortable.
A warm, relaxing bath – maybe with a few candles, a glass of wine and some ambient music – is a wonderful way to restore a tired mind and body after a long, stressful day.
Everybody knows that.
A `spiritual bath’, however, is a very different experience.