IV Infusions: A Great Way to Get Immune-Boosting Antioxidants
Free radicals are naturally occurring molecules that can cause oxidative stress which is thought to contribute to a whole host of diseases, ranging from depression to heart disease and cancer. Antioxidants like vitamin C are substances that protect your body from those free radicals. Moreover, certain antioxidants like vitamin C—and even some minerals like zinc—help protect the body against infection by strengthening the immune system.
Although IV infusions won’t PREVENT you from the possibility of getting COVID-19 you can boost your immune system and help your body be its best.
Enhance your drip and give your immunity a boost:
IV Infusions: Helps Maintain a Healthy Weight… and More!
Weight loss can be difficult, especially as we age. You exercise, eat healthy, and can still struggle. IV supplements can help boost your weight loss journey by converting fat into pure fuel on a cellular level.
While every clinic has its own formula, Vitality Medical Infusions offers a unique blend of vitamins and minerals, including glutathione, zinc, vitamin C, vitamin B, Magnesium, calcium, and NAD. These special formulas promote strong mitochondria, help increase your energy level, strengthen your cells’ immune system, and promote healthy metabolism and healthy weight management.
IV therapy may also accelerate the wound healing process. Depending on the specific nutrient-rich cocktail you choose, vitamin infusions can help heal wounds and repair damaged cells. It can also improve the health of your skin—your body’s first line of defense against disease and infection.
IV Infusions: The Fastest Way Possible to get Essential Nutrients in Your Body
With traditional oral supplements, nutrients must first enter your digestive system and be processed for absorption before entering the bloodstream. IV therapy cuts digestion out of the equation. Supplements delivered intravenously are immediately available for your body. There is no breakdown of nutrients, and there’s no wait time. Your body will absorb everything it needs, and anything it doesn’t is filtered out and expelled.
Michael Phelps, LeBron James, Rashad Jennings, Rafael Soriano, and Joe Namath are just a few athletes who have used hyperbaric chambers.
Ketamine Infusion Therapy Works
Have you read about the many benefits about Ketamine? Depression and pain management are being treated at Vitality Medical Infusions using Ketamine.
As a treatment for depression, ketamine therapy can:
• Reduce suicidal thoughts
• Reduce self-harming thoughts
• Reduce symptoms of anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder
Ketamine infusions are known to reduce the body’s signals for inflammation and improve communication with the brain.
In addition, ketamine therapy may help your body in other ways too. For instance, some individuals might find their eating habits change during severe bouts of depression – either eating too much or not eating enough. Easing the symptoms of depression can ease these symptoms too, which means you can get back on track with following a healthy well-balanced diet.
Ketamine to the Rescue!
Headline-Worthy Hangovers (and how to treat them)
Hangovers made the headlines of the Washington Post this week in a book review of “Hungover: The Morning After and One Man’s Quest for the Cure.” Author Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall mixes hangover anecdotes with hangover history, mingling his own personal memoir “with some of history’s most storied mornings after.” Think Noah’s inebriation after the flood combined with stories of the Greek gods over-imbibing to hangover stories of some of our gods of today – celebrities and athletes.
As long as there has been alcohol, there have been hangovers…and people seeking ways to cure them. Google “hangover treatment” or “hangover cure” and you’ll see recommendations ranging from jumping into freezing cold water to eating a greasy cheeseburger to drinking Pedialyte to drinking pickle juice (a “hangover cure” that apparently originates in Eastern Europe).
Do these actually help with hangover symptoms like headache, nausea, fatigue, dehydration, and diarrhea? What actually works?
Bishop-Stall – the intrepid reporter who went on a quest to try all of the hangover cures he could find “and explain how (and if) they work, all so rest of us don’t have to” – considered a morning-after IV vitamin drip as one of the best ways to treat a hangover.
Ketamine Vs Opioids-the fight is on!
On NPR today, there is further research into the mechanism of action of Ketamine, seems as though it also works on the same receptors as the opioids. Check out the story here.
Dehydration sends artist Pink to the hospital
Artist Pink was hospitalized yesterday in Australia where she was scheduled for a series of concerts. She is being treated for gastritis and dehydration. The best treatment for any viral (as in Pink’s case) or alcohol related dehydration is intravenous (IV) fluids, with a combination of minerals and vitamins as in our Myer’s cocktail! We wish Pink a speedy recovery.
Ketamine goes mainstream-on CNN!
Dr. Sunjay Gupta, MD, science and physician reporter for CNN just had a very interesting piece on the impact on Ketamine on depression, and suicide. You can watch the video below or on the CNN website.
Sub-anesthetic doses (lower than we anesthesia providers would use to put you to sleep) of Ketamine has been coined the greatest discovery to occur in mental health care in the last decade. We are thrilled that it is getting some mainstream attention, the more people know the more we can help!