Nutrients are a fundamental principle of good health. One of the most effective, trusted ways to get the body nutrients, including other medicines or formulas, is through IV therapy or injections.
The potency of such therapies is unparalleled by other forms of vitamins or supplements, ensuring natural benefits are maximized. Services vary, but the flexibility of the treatments compliment any schedule, comfort level, or diagnostic need.
IV therapy can be especially personalized to what specific nutrients your body needs that maybe you’re not getting in your diet or absorbing properly. A main benefit of IV therapy, as well as injections, is that the vitamins go directly to your cells, skipping the digestive system and providing strong, immediate rejuvenation. Talk to one of our doctors about how IV’s can be personalized to serve your health best, and get a head start toward a brighter body and mind by utilizing injection therapy.
Nutrient therapy options and their benefits include:
Vitamin B12 helps treat pernicious anemia and memory loss. It can help in boosting mood, energy, concentration, and provides immune system support. It can also be used for heart disease, lowering high homocysteine levels, sleep disorders, depression, osteoporosis, allergies, and skin infections.
Our bodies have an innate ability to self-heal. The human body desires to live in balance and a state of ease. When conditions or symptoms push our bodies out of this balance, we are left in a state of dis-ease, which our bodies will instinctively seek to rectify.
B5 can help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. It also regulates cholesterol levels and aids in controlling blood pressure. It can reduce body fatigue and increase stamina of the human body. B5 helps to keep skin healthy and delays the appearance of premature aging signs on the skin. B5 also plays an important role in the pigmentation of hair and can delay hair losing its color.
B6 vitamins help turn food into fuel which can then be used for energy. It also supports a healthy immune system, helps metabolize fat and protein, and promotes healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. B6 plays an important role in the metabolism of amino acids and helps the manufacturing of serotonin and norepinephrine (mood regulation), as well as melatonin (sleep).
o Methionine helps decrease cholesterol in the body, as well as ammonia, chelates, and heavy metals. It also assists in the breakdown of fat and prevents build-up in the liver and arteries. It also prevents brittle hair.
o Inositol increases serotonin, improves athletic and memory performance, as well as mood, and prevents constipation. It is also an aid to fat breakdown and toxin elimination in the liver.
o Choline is important for healthy cell membranes. It helps memory and brain health, prevents gallstones and fatty deposits in the liver, and decreases CRP and homocysteine.
Vitamin C helps protect your body from infection. It maintains healthy bones and teeth, as well as quickens the body’s ability to repair wounds. It is an effective antihistamine that can lessen inflammation, stuffy nose, and aches. Vitamin C dramatically lowers the level of lead in your blood, ensures proper dilation of blood vessels, and has been shown to help fight cataracts.
Glutathione is a protein called a tripeptide – a molecule composed of three amino acids. It is a potent antioxidant and quenches damaging free radicals. Glutathione helps decrease inflammatory conditions, supports the immune system, and helps with mood disorders. It can be helpful in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, athletic performance enhancement, and asthma and liver diseases.