Hot August Nights!
Hot August Nights is back in the Biggest Little City starting this Friday August 2nd through Sunday August 11th. Hanging out with friends and family while looking at beautiful classic cars, listening to rock n roll and reveling in a trip down memory lane in the hot desert sun is a highlight of the Reno year. However, having this much fun, especially with alcohol consumption, can lead to dangerous levels of dehydration. Signs of dehydration include: thirst, dry skin, headaches, fatigue and increased heart rate. We can help you feel better and more by replacing essential B vitamins, calcium, magnesium, vitamin C in a medical grade bag of IV fluids. You will feel recovered today and have the vitamins and minerals to continue feeling your best tomorrow!
If you are planning on joining in on any of the festivities planned for Hot August Nights be sure to check out some of our favorites which include:
Classic Car Cruise through historic downtown Virginia City - Friday August 2nd and Saturday August 3rd from 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Official Kick-Off Cruise through Downtown Reno - Wednesday August 7th from 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Nightly Controlled Cruises through Downtown Reno and Downtown Sparks Thursday August 8th, Friday August 9th and Saturday August 10th from 7:00p - 10:00p
Guinness Book of World Records Hula Hoop Contest at the Atlantis Resort nightly August 5th - 10th from 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Fireworks Extravaganza! Downtown Reno Saturday August 10th at 10:00pm
Grand Finale Parade through Downtown Reno on Sunday August 11th at 10:00am
For more information on Hot August Nights or for a schedule of events please visit the official website at https://hotaugustnights.net/.
For more information and education on our Rapid Recovery treatments and how vitamins are more effective without oral absorption please make an appointment or stop by and talk to one of our helpful nurses today!
Cheuvront, S. N. and Kenefick, R. W. (2014). Dehydration: Physiology, Assessment, and Performance Effects. Comprehensive Physiology, 4(1):257-85. doi:10.1002/cphy.c130017