People who haven’t tried IVs before ask us “what is IV vitamin therapy good for? It’s actually pretty awesome for most people.
The top 3 Benefits our patients talk about are these ones:
1. To get more energy. Your body needs B vitamins and magnesium to make ATP, which is the energy in your cells. We can heal you at a cellular level and you get more energy faster. IV therapy is about boosting your nutritional status faster than you can through food and oral supplements.
2. Get sick way less often. Let’s boost your immune system and give you nutrients so you’re not sick as often. Also amazing vitamin C IV Therapy can help with seasonal allergies at this time of year. It’s also been great for some of our patients with really itchy skin.
3. How about getting rid of menstrual cramps or headaches? Let’s give you lots of great magnesium, which helps relax muscles.
There are other reasons people use our IV Lounge
- Cancer care
- Chronic pain like fibromyalgia
- Skin brightening, collagen production
- Wound healing after surgery
- Dental healing after dental surgery
- Infertility – each person in the couple would benefit for their individual hormonal health and/or sperm production
- Thyroid support with specific nutrients like selenium
- A study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism in 2015 found that intravenous administration of vitamins, including vitamin C and vitamin E, improved ovarian reserve and hormone levels in women undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment.
- Research conducted at the University of Southampton suggested that intravenous administration of certain vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin D and zinc, may enhance sperm quality and fertility in men. (No specific journal or date mentioned)
- A systematic review published in Reproductive Sciences in 2019 examined the effects of intravenous vitamin C supplementation during pregnancy. The review concluded that vitamin C administration may reduce the risk of pregnancy complications, such as preterm rupture of membranes and preeclampsia.
- A randomized controlled trial conducted in Iran and published in the Iranian Journal of Medical Sciences in 2017 investigated the effects of intravenous administration of vitamin E on pregnant women with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). The study found that vitamin E supplementation improved fetal growth parameters and reduced the risk of adverse outcomes associated with IUGR.
- In a study published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine in 2020, researchers investigated the impact of intravenous vitamin B12 supplementation on ovarian function and in vitro fertilization success rates. The results indicated that vitamin B12 administration positively influenced ovarian response and increased pregnancy rates in women undergoing IVF.
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