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IV nutrition therapy is quickly gaining popularity with people all over the United States due to the lengthy benefit list associated with it. People like the convenience of coming in and getting a quick boost that can help them feel better. But what is IV nutrition therapy, and what are the benefits? Find out below.

Defining IV Nutrition Therapy

When you get IV nutrition therapy, you’re getting a highly concentrated dose of amino acids, antioxidants, botanical, minerals, and vitamins. An IV puts these things directly into your bloodstream so they can go to work quickly. This process gives you higher nutrient concentration levels than you can get through liquid or pills.

To kick start the therapeutic effects, you need to have very high blood concentrations of these nutrients so your cells can absorb them. Your body can have trouble absorbing traditional liquids, supplements, and pills. However, your body doesn’t have any problems absorbing the nutrients from IV nutrition therapy since it goes straight to the cells from the bloodstream.

Why Choose IV Nutrition Therapy

Your body and mind go through a lot of stress throughout the day, and this can drain the nutrient levels you have on reserve. When you feel stressed, every cell in your body burns nutrients faster than you can absorb them. In turn, you need more concentrated levels to help you focus, repair any damage to your tissues, and restore your energy levels.

By taking advantage of IV nutrition therapy, your cells get all of the nutrients they need to heal and function from day to day. This is why people choose to utilize this type of therapy on a routine basis.

Consultations are $150 and the credit will be applied towards any service you proceed with.

Common Vitamins You’ll Find in IV Nutrition Therapy

You can choose from several different vitamin combinations when you go in for IV nutrition therapy, and they vary from clinic to clinic. However, many of them have a common base they use before they branch out to different supplements. This base includes:

  • Amino Acids – Amino Acids are building blocks in your body. They play a vital role in dozens of different processes ranging from hormone and cell production to DNA.

  • Ascorbic Acid – Another name for vitamin C, ascorbic acid, helps to maintain your blood vessels, bones, skin, teeth, and cartilage. If you don’t have enough ascorbic acid, you can experience bleeding gums, poor wound healing, and bruising.

  • B-Complex – B-complex vitamins play a critical role in helping you maintain your well-being. They can boost your energy levels, cell metabolism rate, and brain function, along with helping prevent infection and promoting red blood cell growth.

  • Calcium – Calcium helps to protect and build strong bones and teeth. It allows your blood to form clots and your muscles to contract. If you don’t have enough, you can suffer from sensitive teeth, muscle cramps, and brittle bones.

  • Dexpanthenol – This ingredient promotes healthy and nourished skin. By locking in moisture, it can help get rid of redness, irritation, flaking, or itching associated with dry skin.

  • Selenium – This nutrient assists in thyroid gland function, reproduction, DNA production, and it shields your body from damage due to infections or free radicals.

  • Taurine – This amino acid can help with high blood pressure, improve your cardiovascular function and health, and improve brain health.

  • Glutathione – Glutathione is an essential amino acid in your body and it works to detoxify chemicals in your system. These could be chemicals that are created naturally by your body, or they could be drugs and pollutants.

  • Magnesium – This nutrient helps your body stay healthy by regulating processes like nerve or muscle function, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels. It helps make bone, protein, and DNA as well.

  • Niacinamide – Better known as vitamin B3, this is a water-soluble vitamin. It helps clear up your skin by reducing enlarged pores, filling in wrinkles and fine lines, evening your skin tone, and improving skin’s elasticity.

  • Procaine – This is a mild, pain-relieving agent that helps to reduce the sting of injections. The generic name is Novocaine.

  • Pyridoxine – Your body can’t produce this vitamin naturally, so you have to get it from supplements. Vitamin B6 helps metabolize carbohydrates, fats, and protein. It also helps create neurotransmitters and red blood cells.

  • Vitamin B12 – Vitamin B12 helps to keep your blood cells and nerves healthy. It also assists in helping your body make DNA.

  • Zinc – Zinc helps fight viral or bacterial infections, and your body needs it to develop and grow properly throughout your life. It’s essential for smell and taste, and it helps to heal wounds.

Benefits of IV Nutrition Therapy

Now that you know the different types of nutrients found in many nutritional IVs, we’ll go over a few advantages associated with it. This will further your understanding of why people choose this therapy. The biggest benefits include:

Eliminates Nutrient Alteration – Using an IV means your doctors inject the nutrient and vitamin mix directly into your bloodstream. This direct injection prevents the mix from coming into contact with any of your digestive enzymes like they would if you took them in oral form.

Faster Effects – The nutrient and vitamin levels in your bloodstream reach therapeutic levels much quicker through IV or injection than oral supplements. As a result, you feel better much faster than if you were using other methods.

More Potent Results – When you have nutrient deficiencies, it’s more challenging to get back to normal levels without help. Your body needs these nutrients continually, whether you have a good store of them or not. IV nutrition therapy rushes large doses of nutrients into your body that can help fill in any deficient areas.

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Common Conditions IV Nutrition Therapy Can Help With

  • Acute and Chronic Infections

  • Allergies and Sinusitis

  • Anxiety

  • Asthma

  • Autoimmune Conditions

  • Cancer

  • Chronic Fatigue

  • Dementia

  • Depression

  • Detoxification

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Heavy Metal Toxicity

  • Infections

  • Low Immune System

  • Lyme disease

  • Memory Enhancement

  • Migraines

  • Mold Exposure

  • Neurological Conditions

  • Parkinson’s Disease