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IV therapy

What does iv therapy do to your body?

IV therapy provides high doses of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids in combination to support a range of conditions, including sleep, immunity and hydration.

Dr. John Myers pioneered IV vitamin therapy. He developed what is now known as the Myers’ Cocktail, a combination of water-soluble vitamins or minerals that is administered via intravenous drip. Because this delivery method has a better absorption rate than any other type of nutrient delivery, naturopathic doctors can support vitamin, mineral and amino acid deficiencies such as vitamin B12 deficiency. IV vitamin therapy is not only beneficial for deficiencies in nutrients, but it’s also one the best ways to rehydrate your body.

IV vitamin therapy can be used to give antioxidants to cells. Vitamin C, glutathione and selenium, which are vital antioxidants, can protect your body from disease and provide low energy. Antioxidants are substances that prevent and stop the oxidation other molecules in your body. Oxidation can lead to many diseases and chronic conditions. Antioxidants are vital in maintaining good health and preventing diseases.

IV vitamin therapy can be a great option for people who are chronically dehydrated. Rehydration can speed up recovery time, regardless of whether it is after a hard workout or late night out. Many people report feeling more hydrated after receiving an IV vitamin drip.

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Frequently asked questions

IV can be used to treat a variety of diseases and conditions. It is intended to boost the immune system and promote recovery. It can be very useful for everything from cardiovascular disease to fibromyalgia to bronchitis.

It can also be used to treat depression, anxiety, spasms, and respiratory conditions such as sinusitis, asthma, and rhinitis.

It can provide high levels of vitamins in a short time. The stomach is not affected by the IV vitamin therapy. This allows the body to absorb all the vitamins into the bloodstream and not lose any.

These nutrients can be used almost immediately by the body’s cells. Injectable administration of higher doses is possible than what could be safely managed by other methods.

IV vitamin boosts immunity. You may also experience an increase in energy and anti-aging effects.

Most people can tolerate the therapy well; it is also not invasive.

Every patient is evaluated before starting the therapy to ensure that they are suitable. Doses can be adjusted depending on their condition and the required vitamins and minerals.

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This therapy has very few side effects and is safe in a clinical setting. The IV needle may cause some discomfort for some people, but it usually disappears within a few hours.

  • Sometimes, there can be discomfort after IV administration of vitamins. This is why trained therapists often start with a lower dosage.
  • The intravenous injection may cause a person to taste the vitamins in their mouth, but this is not dangerous.

Vitamins and minerals are vital for a healthy body. Vitamin supplements are not necessary for most people who eat a healthy, balanced diet. Our bodies will eliminate excess vitamins and minerals from our bloodstreams if they have too many.

Vitamins play a role in many bodily processes, including brain function and heart function as well as muscle contraction and digestive health. Vitamin absorption can be affected by illness or treatment. A person with a heart condition might take medication to block vitamin absorption.

IV vitamin therapy can be used to treat a wide range of illnesses and conditions. It helps support our bodies natural functions and improves energy levels, making recovery easier.

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