Intravenous (IV) therapy is the most direct and rapid method to restore proper nutrient levels in the body. IV therapy injects vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants directly into the vein, allowing the nutrients to bypass the digestive system, which is where many nutrients get partially or fully lost due to poor absorption or digestive system health.
This system enriches your blood with the essential nutrients to help you overcome your health challenges and battle those daily chores. Another common problem related to dehydration involves the skeletal muscle system. Whenever a person becomes dehydrated, the muscle tissue may respond by cramping. There is an advantage to using an IV treatment to replenish your supply of nutrients and reduce the problems associated with dehydration.
Determining the nature of your nutritional deficiency may require some professional tests, and these exams can help your treatment team to determine the quantity and quality of the nutrients you get in your intravenous injection therapy.
The treatment is minimally invasive, painless, and poses no significant health risk. Patients are provided comfortable lounging chairs and they are monitored closely by a physician or nurse.
IV therapy also assists in replenishing body fluids during periods of dehydration. After bouts of illness or a night of heavy drinking, you are likely to become dehydrated. Dehydration causes a number of symptoms including: headache, fatigue, dizziness, nausea and constipation.
If you experience chronic dehydration, you may even be at risk of developing kidney and liver problems, not to mention muscular problems and cramps. IV therapy rehydrates your body, providing it with a customized blend of electrolytes, vitamins, and fluids to restore your fluid composition in just a minutes. Pursuing a high quality of life requires a balanced regimen in several areas. This must include adequate attention to issues of nutrition and hydration.
A common problem of dehydration involves chronic and pervasive symptoms. They can be difficult to treat using conventional methods, so the option of IV vitamin therapy treatments is always available. Once your medical consultation is performed, your treating professional may recommend IV therapy. When you consider this treatment option, try to understand that every person will experience a slightly different outcome depending on the severity of the case.
Please call us and schedule a consultation to help us determine the appropriate nutrients required in your IV treatment. The infusion is generally provided through an IV catheter in the patient’s arm for a period of 15 to 90 minutes.
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