IV therapy bypasses the stomach and delivers fluids and medication directly into the blood stream. “IV” stands for intravenous, which means it’s administered through the veins. We use a base fluid such as Normal Saline and Add vitamins and minerals delivered via an IV drip or injection into the vein, which allows the therapy to move quickly through your bloodstream.
IV therapies are administered by a healthcare professional, usually a nurse. It is used for a variety of different reasons, from dehydration to medical emergencies. IV therapy can also help address symptoms related to conditions like the cold, the flu, morning sickness and hangovers, It can also be used to help boost the immune system, Increase energy levels, aid in weight loss and much more.
Vitamin IV Therapy Side Effects are rare however, nothing is risk free. · Infection at the injection site · Rashes · Vein inflammation and bruising · Blood clots · Air embolism.
IV therapy is a routine procedure that's incredibly standardized and safe in the clinical setting.
During the infusion, vitamins and nutrients will slowly drip from the IV line and enter your bloodstream. Depending on the type of infusion, this may take anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour. You might feel cold during the infusion as it is happening, you should be able to sit back and relax until the infusion is completed.
It depends on the individual, but many people start with a once a week injection/infusion. Then to maintain they will have a monthly infusion/injection.
it depends on the individual, but many people report feeling tangible effects as long as three or four days after receiving the treatment.
IV drip therapy improves overall wellness by providing 100% of the vitamins and nutrients your body needs to:
You are able to get Higher absorption rates than oral treatments. Some vitamins can easily make one ill if taken in small amounts. However, because IVs circumvent the entire gastrointestinal system, larger doses can be administered easily.