Advantages of Intravenous Vitamin Therapy
NUTRIENTS DELIVERED DIRECTLY TO CELLS THROUGH THE BLOOD STREAM With intravenous nutrient therapy, as soon as your infusion starts, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients are quickly circulated through your bloodstream and delivered to cells, where they are immediately available for use. It’s like “direct deposit”; in IV vitamin therapy, there’s no waiting for the nutrients to clear the digestive system and the liver. FEWER SIDE EFFECTS Intravenous vitamin therapy bypasses the stomach and intestines. This means no upset stomach or intestinal problems like cramps, nausea, or diarrhea, which sometimes result from taking high doses of certain vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin C and magnesium. ALLOWS FOR HIGH-DOSE THERAPY NECESSARY FOR EFFECTIVE TREATMENT OUTCOMES Research has shown that there are specific blood or tissue concentrations of certain nutrients that must be achieved in order for them to be pharmacologically active. Vitamin C is a good example of such a nutrient. Numerous studies show high concentrations of Vitamin C are required in the serum and intracellular fluid before it can exert its beneficial effects. These high concentrations simply cannot be achieved by taking the nutrients orally; the bulk of vitamins and minerals swallowed in pill or liquid form is excreted, with very little actually absorbed into the bloodstream. Complicating this further is that many patients have conditions that impair their intestinal absorption in the first place. Finally, as noted above, many patients cannot tolerate high doses of certain vitamins and minerals because these upset their stomachs. Therefore, only intravenous vitamin therapy can directly deliver pharmacologically effective doses of the required nutrients. TREATMENT OF SPECIFIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS BASED ON CLINICAL EVIDENCE AND/OR STUDY DATA When you visit our clinic, Dr. Amauri will complete a full assessment of your health and medical history to ensure that any condition you are suffering from, whether it’s intestinal malabsorption or the common cold, is treated in the most effective and appropriate manner.
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