Brittany Mahomes Gets IV Drip After Super Bowl After Party

Brittany Mahomes is trying to get back on her feet after celebrating her husband Patrick Mahomes’ 2024 Super Bowl victory. On Wednesday, just before attending the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade, the 28-year-old shared a photo on Instagram Story showing herself replenishing with an IV drip after a few days of partying.

 

 

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“Saving me always,” she tweeted, tagging the co-owner of Gen 3 IV, a local IV hydration and wellness provider. Although it is unknown which therapy she took, the company provides a variety of choices, including a “Hangover Mix” that can aid with dehydration and nausea after a night out.

 

 

IV therapy has grown in popularity in recent years as a treatment for those who are ill, have jet lag, or have been partying. Revelers may seek IV therapy or have a nurse come to them in order to recover from a night of drinking.

Dr. Travis Stork, an emergency room physician and The Doctors host, explained that the practice began as a hangover treatment owing to a combination of B vitamins, vitamin C, and magnesium.

 

 

“Vitamin drips and IVs after a night of drinking are an expensive option and definitely not a cure-all,” he explained. “They can provide hydration as well as electrolytes, which you may be lacking after a night of partying or over-imbibing. Despite the hype, though, there are no ‘cures’ for a hangover other than time, since many symptoms are from the buildup of toxic alcohol metabolites.”

 

 

“As both a doctor and a human being who has admittedly experienced a hangover, what I do is drink plenty of fluids with electrolytes before bed and in the morning, I eat a nutrient rich meal in the AM and give my body the one thing it needs to cure a hangover: time,” he said. “And once I start to feel better I repeat over and over, ‘Never again!’”

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