7 Benefits of IV therapy
Our specially formulated IV drips contain tailored blends of electrolytes, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to help you feel your best. While some claim that IV therapy is an expensive fad, research has shown several benefits. In this article, we’ll take a look at just some of the science-backed benefits of IV therapy and how it can help you perform your best or hit your wellness goals.
Bypassing the stomach and intestines to deliver nutrient and electrolyte fluid directly into the bloodstream, research suggests that IV therapy replaces the body’s stores of water faster than drinking water. Some research suggests that IV therapy is linked to physiological benefits after exercise.
Hangovers are made worse by dehydration and electrolyte imbalances. Alcohol is a diuretic, meaning you lose vital fluid and electrolytes when you drink. IV treatment replaces these and can contain vitamins such as B vitamins, which can lead to fatigue and low mood when low.
On board, the dry recycled cabin air, salty food, alcohol and caffeine all contribute to dehydration which worsens the symptoms of jetlag. IV therapy helps to replace fluid and electrolytes and combats dehydration which has been linked to poorer sleep in medical studies.
Benefits Medical Conditions
Aside from hangovers and jetlag, IV drip therapy has been used in the treatment of migraines, muscle spasms, cardiovascular disease and respiratory tract infections. Recent research showed that intravenous nutrients helped patients with acute and chronic asthma and improved pain, mood and quality of life in patients with fibromyalgia.
Rich source of antioxidants
In addition to being a fast way to provide fluid and electrolytes, IV therapy is a great way to deliver amino acids and antioxidants such as Glutathione. Glutathione is not well absorbed orally because it is broken down by enzymes in the gut. In pre-clinical trials, Glutathione has been linked to benefits such as enhanced immune function and detoxification.
Rapidly replenishes vitamin and macronutrient deficiencies
Research has shown that percentage of people with vitamin deficiencies in an otherwise healthy population is surprisingly high. A balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables is one way to ensure your levels are adequate. Oral vitamin supplements are another way to replace these, but the absorption of vital vitamins by our bodies can be limited. IV therapy bypasses this, by delivering vitamins directly into the bloodstream to rapidly and safely replenish your nutrient levels and leave you feeling your best.
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