IV Therapy - Rancho Cucamonga, CA
A healthy diet rich in vitamins and minerals is the best way to nourish your body.
There are instances though, when the body has trouble obtaining these nutrients through natural digestive functions. Conditions such as stress, a medical illness, or food intolerances can inhibit the absorption of important substances such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, selenium, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, folic acid, glutathione, or biotin.
In these cases, injecting those nutrients directly into the blood stream may be the best option to ensure that your body is getting what it needs. This is the goal of IV nutritional therapy.
Uses of IV Therapy
Here is just a short list of some of the numerous ways that IV therapy can improve your health:
IV therapy can introduce nutrients that help your body remove toxins like mercury which can harm almost any organ.
Free radicals that degenerate eye sight and contribute to conditions such as macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy can be reduced with an injection of antioxidants.
The proper blend of nutrients can strengthen your arteries, making it easier for the heart to circulate blood through your body.
A combination of ingredients can combat a number of symptoms associated with the aging process such as a loss of skin elasticity, weight gain, fatigue, and illness.
Types of IV Therapy
There are a number of IV therapies designed to either treat specific conditions or just promote overall wellness. Here are some of the most common:
This particular blend was developed in the 1970's by doctor John Meyer at Johns Hopkins University. It has been used to treat a number of conditions such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, depression, muscle spasm, asthma, hives, congestive heart failure, chest pain, infections, and senile dementia.
This substance improves liver and brain functions, leading to improved memory while helping to lower the risk of conditions such as dementia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, neuropathy, and liver disease.
Amino Acid IV
Amino acids are precursors for brain chemicals such as serotonin,better known as a neurotransmitter, which the brain naturally produces with anti-depressant effects. Serotonin requires amino acids in order to be produced. When there is not a proper balance of amino acids in ones diet, the brain can become depleted of crucial neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitter depletion can not only led to depression but has been also linked to conditions such as insomnia, Attention Deficit Disorder, anxiety, memory loss, weight gain, and addictive disorders.