Feeling sluggish? Dehydrated from last night's events? Just want to beat the heat and energize while sitting on an air-conditioned bus? Recovery Bus was built for you. Debuting at this year's Indy 500, Recovery Bus is there to get attendees back on their feet with the convenient IV hydration therapy performed by certified medical professionals.
In just 30 minutes, patients will receive IV hydration or oxygen therapy (after filling out a simple health history sheet) while enjoying the comfort of a cool bus, complete with flat-screen TVs, iPads, etc. The cost for treatment ranges between $19 - $99, cash and credit card accepted.
Services include: vitamin and mineral infused IV solution, anti-nausea medicine, anti-headache/pain/inflammatory medicine, energy vitamins and supplements and oxygen therapy.
The Recovery Bus can also be requested and rented out for public and private events.
Dehydration occurs when the body loses more fluid than it takes in. High temperatures and extreme heat can accelerate the problem by switching sweat glands into overdrive. Excessive alcohol consumption can easily lead to a hangover, a result of the body's lack of the proper fluids. Dehydration can lead to a muscle cramping, fainting sluggish brain function, heat exhaustion and even a stroke. Water, ibuprofen, paper fans and sports drinks won't always do the trick.
Sunday, May 26, 2013
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
25th and Georgetown, Outside Turn 4
Hoosiers are being hit with the coldest weather statewide in about three years, and officials are warning drivers about black ice.
A man was taken to a local hospital Wednesday night after being shot on the city's east side.
The Indianapolis Zoo hosted its annual "Christmas at the Zoo" fundraiser Wednesday, but the festivities became a secondary celebration for one special family.