There's a new way to overcome a hangover.

FOX's Alex Hein has the details:

This is Housecall for Health.

There's a new remedy on the market to handle the repercussions that come with spending a night out on the town, and it's even making housecalls.

The IV Doc, one of the first in home intravenous hydration services with outlets in New York City, the Hamptons, and Chicago, offers patients the opportunity to call or go online to select one of the four treatments available. Within an hour a registered nurse arrives at the client's home or office with an IV bag full of either cleanse, detox, refresh, or revive treatments.

The cleanse includes 1,000 milliliters of a sterile solution that is a mix of electrolytes while others additionally offer more solution plus medication infusions targeted at nausea and other ailments.

IV hydration has long been used to treat dehydration in emergency rooms and involves injecting fluids into a patient's veins.

The IV Doc treatments take about 30 minutes and cost between $200 and $250 per session depending on the treatment selected.

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Housecall for Health, I'm Alex Hein, FOX News.