How Does IV Hydration Work

How Does IV Hydration Work

Many people ask “how does IV hydration work”: you’ve come to the right place. As we get better at optimizing our health and beauty routines, we look to the medical field for help. By combining what doctors know with what health experts know, we improve our feeling of vitality and wellness.

The newest innovation in wellness and beauty goes under the skin to nourish and detoxify your body in a much more direct way than ever before.

When you consume vitamins, minerals and other nutrients orally, they need to be metabolized by your liver and pass through your digestive system on the way to being absorbed. The age and condition of produce can affect the vitamin level when you get your nutrients from food.

With pill supplements, quality and age, as well as your unique absorption rates, can keep you from getting the full benefit of treatment. Liquid extracts can be better, but there is still the problem of inefficient absorption through your digestive system.

How Does IV Hydration Work

IV Hydration Therapy allows helpful substances to go directly into your blood stream. You take in virtually all of what is administered. It goes directly to where it can help the most.

Intravenous (IV) Hydration Therapy Drip delivers vitamins, minerals and amino acids directly to the body for maximum absorption. This allows the nutrients to flood your body and nourish itself at the cellular level. By using this method, we can safely deliver larger dosages of vitamins, minerals and amino acids that would not otherwise be tolerated orally.

IV Hydration Therapy is being embraced all around the world as a fast and effective way to replenish depleted stores of nutrients and flush out damaging toxins.

WE CONTINUE TO OFFER IV HYDRATION & IV IMMUNE SUPPORT

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  • Saturday & Sunday 7:30 a.m. – Noon
  • Monday thru Friday By Appointment

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