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Serious, passionate golfers understand that the sport is a demanding one. It’s not just about strolling around a golf course—golf requires athletic skill, stamina, and finesse to play at your best. 

That’s why it’s important to stay on top of your game mentally and physically. Golf drip IVs can help you feel strong, with the energy and focus your high-level golf game demands. IV therapy is your ace in the hole when you want to perform at your best. 

Why Do You Feel So Tired After Golfing?

Golf fatigue is very real. Perhaps you’ve seen it on the scorecard, as you take more strokes to complete each round of golf. Or maybe you feel it around hole 11, when you begin to feel tired from the front nine, and your game loses its sharpness. Furthermore, you may start getting so fatigued during your golf game that the prospect of playing again next weekend just stresses you out. 

There are several reasons you may feel tired after golf, including:

  • Age: You may notice that as you get older, your vision gets a little fuzzier, or you may tire out more quickly on the course.
  • Physical limitations: Injuries or overuse can hamper your swing, so you don’t get optimal power or accuracy on your shots.
  • Time: A typical round of golf can take hours, especially if you’re playing in a foursome. 
  • Climate: It’s great to be outdoors, but not so great when you’re spending a lot of time in hot climates, which can dehydrate you. Fatigue is a major symptom of dehydration.

Don’t let fatigue rob you of your joy for the sport. Learn how to stay focused for 18 holes of golf, and use these simple fatigue-fighting strategies (including golf drip IVs) that will elevate your game without elevating your score.

Ways to Feel Better During and After a Golf Game

Fortunately, there are several smart choices you can make to keep yourself feeling great and prevent golf fatigue. Some methods work best during or after a round, or you can also take the time to prep prior to your golf date to prevent exhaustion and dehydration.

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Best Tips to Stay Energized and Focused While Golfing

  • Stay hydrated: Make sure you have a bottle of water handy while you’re on the course for steady hydration. A low-sugar sports drink with electrolytes is also always a good choice, particularly if you’ll be sweating in the hot weather. You’ll want to replace your lost electrolytes while rehydrating.
  • Limit alcohol: Skip the drink cart, stick with water or electrolyte drinks during your game, and wait until you’ve made your final putt to celebrate with a beer or cocktail. Alcohol can dehydrate the body, especially if you’re not also hydrating with water throughout the day.
  • Get a golf cart if needed: Long, hilly courses may be too challenging to walk on hot days. Preserve your strength for the tees and rent a cart to transport you between holes.
  • Bring a quick snack: A granola or energy bar, banana, or snack pack of peanut butter can help provide energy between the front and back nine. Look for a snack that combines protein and healthy carbs.
  • Have fun: Tunnel vision that prevents you from thinking about anything but your next shot can wear you out mentally. Golf is supposed to be enjoyable—take the time to socialize with your fellow players as you make your way through the course.

How to Recover from Golf Fatigue

Sometimes, however, a round of golf can leave you completely depleted. Watch out for these signs of dehydration:

  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Feeling of excessive thirst
  • Dry mouth
  • Infrequent urination, or urine that is dark yellow in color
  • Dizziness
  • Lack of sweating even in extreme heat

Sometimes, you may be so dehydrated that you can’t get the fluid intake you need by just drinking water. You want to rehydrate fast, and a golf drip IV therapy can do just that. 

An IV infusion goes right to the bloodstream, so the fluids are efficiently and immediately absorbed by the body and quickly take effect. These fluids contain electrolytes, vitamins, and minerals to support your health and well-being. 

For instance, the Myers’ Cocktail IV works well as a golf drip. It contains a proven blend of ingredients that fight fatigue and promote higher energy levels:

  • Vitamin B12 and B Complex to supply energy
  • Vitamin C for healing as part of athletic recovery
  • Zinc to support healthy tissue
  • Magnesium to alleviate head and body pain
  • Glutathione to support the immune system

You can also customize a drip IV bag by adding certain ingredients, such as extra doses of vitamins or available medications to ease symptoms such as nausea and pain. 

Rely on a mobile IV service if you need immediate symptom relief. A mobile provider can come to your home, or even the golf course, for a rapid infusion that typically only takes 45 to 60 minutes. When arranging your IV therapy, we always make sure an experienced medical professional will perform your infusion.

Ways to Prepare for the Next Time You Golf

Golfing this weekend? Here’s how you can prevent golfer’s fatigue:

  • Eat a meal with whole (not processed) foods that supply proteins, healthy fats, and good carbs before going out on the links.
  • Warm up with light stretches or hit a few balls on the driving range.
  • If you’re new to the course, get the lay of the land so you know if it will be physically taxing.
  • Check the weather forecast, and schedule your tee time early in the morning to avoid excessive heat.
  • Drink water before playing, or get a hydrating golf drip IV the day before.

Call Rocky Mountain IV Medics when your golf game needs powerful IV support. Schedule online today or call 720-987-2155to speak with one of our experienced dispatchers today!

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