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What is the fastest way to get vitamins in the body?

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Posted November 21, 2016 in News

IV's are the fastest way to get vitamins in the bodyWhat if you could revitalize your body from the inside out with a 30 minute minimally invasive treatment? We are bombarded with the latest and greatest fad diets and meal plans to look and feel our best but often the basics are overlooked. Vitamins and minerals are essential for our bodies to function at their optimal level. The fastest way to get vitamins and minerals in the body is with IV vitamin therapy. It is a treatment that will infuse your body with those essential vitamins and minerals to allow you to reach your peak. 

What is IV Vitamin Therapy?

IV Vitamin Therapy is a treatment where to help boost a combination of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants are directly infused into your system through an IV. This treatment has been around for over fifty years. Oral ingestion only allows for 10-25% of absorption of these vitamins versus almost 100% absorption when administered through an IV. It is important for the body to have and maintain the proper level of these vitamins especially after high stress events like surgery and illness.

What are the benefits of IV Vitamin Therapy?

IV Vitamin Therapy has many key benefits for our health and wellness including:

In today’s fast paced society, fatigue can be a major inhibitor to success. Fatigue can be due to a number of causes such as poor diet or infection. Commonly, a deficiency of B vitamins can contribute to fatigue. IV Vitamin therapy for fatigue includes vitamin C and B complex vitamins.

Recovery after Surgery

It is imperative for your body to have the proper level of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to enable recovery and healing after surgery. IV vitamin therapy is an excellent way to ensure your body has those essential nutrients. Combinations to speed up overall recovery and increase immunity can include Lactated Ringers, high doses of Vitamin C, and a combination of Vitamin B.

Enhanced Athletic Performance

IV vitamin therapy can improve the way the body performs by enhancing overall hydration and ensuring the proper vitamins and minerals are available for optimum metabolism function. It can also reduce post work-out recovery time by flushing out lactic acid and decreasing muscle soreness. Common preparations include high dose Vitamin C and B complex.

Slowing the Aging Process

As we age, our collagen stores decrease rapidly. Collagen is necessary for healthy appearing skin and the reduction of skin aging. Glutathione is an anti-oxidant that helps to eliminate toxins in the body, protects the collagen fibers and elasticity of the skin. It can also decrease melanin that is responsible for sun/age spots. IV Vitamin therapy to fight the inevitable signs of aging can include a combination of Glutathione, vitamin B complex, vitamin C and normal saline.

Revitalizing After Long Travel, Jet Lag and Hang Over

The body typically suffers significant dehydration and a weakened immune system after long travel and alcohol consumption. IV Vitamin Therapy can replenish that lost hydration and replace those vitamins and minerals that have diminished leaving you feeling refreshed and energized.

What to expect at your IV Vitamin Therapy session:

A health assessment will be performed to help you determine the best treatment tailored specifically for your needs. Your blood pressure, pulse and temperature will be taken. Next, an IV is started using a tiny needle and your specific vitamin combination will be prepared and set at the appropriate drip rate. A typical session lasts about 30 minutes.

How Much Does IV Vitamin Therapy Cost?

IV Vitamin Therapy typically starts around $125 to $250 per session.

Is IV Vitamin Therapy for Me?

IV Vitamin Therapy offers a variety of health benefits for both those with chronic health concerns and those that just want to amp up their skin care and overall wellness routine. It is not recommended for those who have a Thiamine allergy, renal disease or are pregnant or breast feeding.

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Written by Michele Gittings

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