IV Therapy

Benefits of IV Drip Therapy

IV drip therapy is becoming more and more popular as people become increasingly aware of its benefits IV drip therapy. While intravenous therapy has been widely used in the medical industry since the 1950s, it’s only recently become popular as health, beauty, and wellness treatment.

Benefits of IV Drip Therapy

The actual benefits you receive when using IV drip therapy depend on the cocktail of vitamins and nutrients used in your solution. However, there are multiple combinations available—and all have the added benefit of helping to rehydrate your body. While there are many reasons to seek IV drip therapy including great health, radiant skin, and replenishing a vitamin deficiency; it is especially important for individuals who have a poor diet, or those on plant-based diets which are low in vitamin B-12. IV drips are also important in individuals with Crohn’s disease or Celiac disease. Some IV drip therapy combinations are specifically designed to help boost your immunity. This may include additions such as glutathione, vitamin C, and zinc which help detoxify your body and improve your natural defenses. However, even without these additions, the rehydrating benefits of IV drip therapy can help energize and rejuvenate your body’s ability to fight sickness or disease. It is also about rehydration for clarity, feeling better, and being energized. But there are also added benefits that may not be seen, such as reduced inflammation and lowering the chances of developing serious illnesses.

Benefits of IV Drip Therapy Over Oral Supplements Ingestion

Many people wonder why they should use IV drip therapy instead of typical orally consumed vitamins or supplements. The simple answer is that your body can better absorb vitamins and nutrients intravenously compared to orally where the nutrients must battle the digestive system to enter the bloodstream. However, there are even more benefits to using IV drip therapy over oral supplement ingestion. In IV drips therapy, up to 90% of the vitamins and nutrients in the solution are absorbed into the body compared to the 8-20% absorbed through oral ingestion. Some vitamins, such as vitamin C can cause an upset stomach or heartburn. By circumventing the stomach and digestive tract, the patient can also avoid such side effects. In IV drip therapy, it’s easier to control the potency. This means you can better control how much of a specific nutrient enters your body. We can give much higher doses than trying to naturally eat enough of a nutrient-food source or taking supplements.


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