Are you dreading work tomorrow? Does your schedule look hectic between PTA meetings, plays and sporting events? A Nutritional IV treatment may be just what you need to not only get through the day, but to enjoy it. Why struggle through the day, ingesting calories from sugary sodas or coffee beverages, when you could take a healthier approach to a quick energy boost.
Prescribing or suggesting vitamins has been a long standing practice of many in the medical profession. Most people are lacking of one or more essential vitamins, which they cannot get from their daily diet. A relatively new health therapy has taken the market by storm, with many celebrities and health personalities promoting its benefits.
Nutritional IV Therapy can provide tired, low-energy individuals with the pep they need to get through a busy work day or challenging day with the kids. Celebrities like Madonna, Simon Cowell and Cindy Crawford are just a few of the stars who use a nutritional IV for increased energy.
Nutritional IV therapy isn’t just for those looking for a quick boost or recovering from a long night out, IV treatments can also help those who continuously suffer from nutritional deficiencies or are nutritional deprived. A lack of B vitamins for example, can lead to headaches, weakness, tiredness, easy bruising and bleeding. Those suffering from cancers also benefit highly from Nutritional IV therapies.
Dr. David L. Katz, director of Yale University Prevention Research Center and the Integrative Medicine Center at Griffin Hospital, details how others can benefit from Nutritional IV therapy, “When older people can’t absorb vitamin B12 due to stomach atrophy, injecting the nutrient is the only way to ensure normal blood levels. Low levels of vitamin D or iron may require repletion by injection. And various conditions resulting in malabsorption, including surgical removal of portions of the intestine, may result in a need for nutrients by injection.”
Nutritional IV Therapies can be used to treat a wide range of conditions. Those who are attempting to recover from a tough cold or flu can benefit from the high doses of vitamins provided by an intravenous therapy.
Other conditions addressed include:
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Chronic depression
- Acute or chronic muscle spasm
- Migraine headaches
- Narcotic withdrawal
- Seasonal allergic rhinitis
- Respiratory problems
- Acute or chronic asthma
- Cardiovascular disease
- Congestive heart failure
- And more…
What’s contained in a drip?
The liquid found in your IV drip is a combination of vitamins including essential B vitamins, and vitamin C. Vitamins are provided in larger doses than one could receive from taking a supplement. Drips can also be customized based on a patient’s nutritional needs.
When seeing a doctor about Nutritional IV therapies it’s important to consider your vitamin levels. A quick blood test can determine your nutrient/vitamin levels. If you are high in certain vitamins, please inform your doctor as too much of certain vitamins can cause damage.
How much does a Nutritional IV drip cost?
At Dayton Dandes Medical Center we provide a wide range of services including Nutritional IV therapies. Patients are treated with the utmost care and personalized service. Contact us today to learn pricing and to take advantage of special offers.
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