Dr. Robert Purvin
IV Drip Mix therapy has caught on in the media like wildfire. Getting IV Drip Mix Therapy may seem like something out of your reach, but it is not just for stars- and it isn’t just a hangover cure. IV Drip Mix Therapy is the fastest way to replenish your body’s vital nutrients and can be found in doctors’ offices, wellness centers, and spas across the world.
IV stands for intravenous, which means inside the veins.
Intravenous (IV) Drip Mix therapy delivers fluids directly into the bloodstream. For instance, an IV bag releases a steady drip of saline solution and nutrients into a tube inserted into your arm with a needle or catheter. As a result, your body receives and absorbs essential nutrients faster.
Of course, the IV solution nutrients are chosen based on your body’s needs or your desired benefits.
Intravenous therapy can address
- Cold and flu symptoms
- Hangover and headache relief
- Brain fog
- Chronic fatigue
- Immune system strengthening
- Optimal athletic performance and recovery
It depends on the condition you want to treat, the needs of the patient, and the benefits desired. Some IV drips contain salts and electrolytes, while others contain sugars, antioxidants, and vitamins.
IV drip mix therapy takes around 60 minutes total. The session includes completing some quick forms before treatment and a brief health assessment.
Yes, but you want to choose where you have it performed wisely. In other words, do your due diligence and make sure that the facility and providers are certified medical professionals. Before the session, your provider needs to know about any medical conditions, medicines, and allergies. All of the vitamins and nutrients used have been FDA-approved.
IV drip therapy has next to no side effects. For instance, the most common side effect you may experience is a short-lived warm flushing sensation and increased thirst. Although, these are typically very easy to manage and subside quickly after the session.
However, you may occasionally experience bruising, discomfort, itching, inflammation, redness at or around the injection site. These side effects could last only minutes or up to several days. At the same time, allergic reactions are infrequent.
If you have a chronic condition, coming in regularly, 1-2 times each month would be your best bet. One visit may be all you need if you are trying not to get sick before the big meeting. Each individual has their own needs, so we recommend that you talk with your provider about what the best timing is for you.
Oral supplements go through a complex and inefficient process before getting into the bloodstream. For example, they have to go through a layer of cells that isn’t easy. Some of the vitamins never make it to the bloodstream.
Several factors can limit absorption, including:
- Chronic alcohol use
- Leaky gut
- Inflammatory conditions, including diabetes and Crohn’s disease
An IV drip delivers 100 % of each vitamin directly into your bloodstream, totally bypassing the digestive system. The absorption rate is much better, and you get a higher concentration of vitamins than you can get by “taking your vitamins.” Many people notice that they get an immediate boost right after the session from increased hydration and the effects of the nutrients kick in shortly after.
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From headache relief to increased stamina and energy to immune and detoxification support, the benefits of IV Therapy can impact your health in ways you never imagined. Each dosage is carefully controlled and tailored to meet your specific needs with our customized treatment plans.