IV Vitamin Infusion Therapy
No matter how hard we try, many of us are likely not getting all the vitamins and nutrients we need from the food we eat, which is often-times nutrient depleted.
No matter how hard we try, many of us are likely not getting all the vitamins and nutrients we need from the food we eat, which is often-times nutrient depleted. Combined with poor sleep and chronic stress, you may need to revitalize your body at the cellular level. When your cells are deprived of the proper nutrients, this can result in faster aging, increased fatigue, and increased risk for cardiovascular and other diseases.
Just taking oral nutrient supplements can sometimes take a while to see benefit due to digestive issues and chronic conditions that affect the absorption of vital nutrients. Examples in which your body may benefit from IV nutrients include leaky gut syndrome, excessive pharmaceutical use, or recent surgery.
IV vitamin therapy can improve mental acuity, increase energy, and boost the immune system. Intravenous administration bypasses the digestive system and can deliver the vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants directly to the bloodstream which ensures a much higher rate of absorption and at higher concentrations.
Infusions include nutrients like Vitamin B6 (pyroxidine), Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin), and Vitamin B5. These can actually help the protect the gut from inflammation. Glutathione and Vitamin C are also commonly given in IV form. Any infusion is customized to your exact needs.
At our clinic we offer the following IV's and injections:
-Myer's Cocktail (IV): a blend of magnesium chloride, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, calcium gluconate, and vitamin C.
-Glutathione (IV): the body's best natural antioxidant. Reduces free radicals in the body and helps prevent disease and inflammation.
-Vitamin B12 (Injection): most patients notice an increase in energy.
-Lipo C (Injection): helps speed up the metabolic process by burning fat and increasing energy. Lipotropic compounds are used for release of fat deposits in some parts of the body.
IV's typically take about 90 minutes while injections take just a minute or two.