What Is IV Nutritional Therapy?

Do you struggle with fatigue, headaches, pain, or low immunity? These are just a few of the many health concerns that can be addressed with IV nutritional therapy. This alternative treatment option has exponentially gained popularity over the past several years, but is it the right choice for you? Keep reading to find out. 

Defining IV Nutritional Therapy

IV nutritional therapy is an intravenous treatment, meaning that it’s administered into the veins. It involves a formula that contains a blend of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients specifically chosen for the patient’s health concerns. Many clinics also offer pre-set formulas, such as the Myers Cocktail. 

With the intravenous delivery method, IV therapy delivers the chosen nutrients directly to the patient’s bloodstream. This allows for fast, effective absorption, especially when compared to oral nutrient supplements. 

What Health Concerns Can IV Nutritional Therapy Help With?

Your provider can tailor your IV therapy formula to your unique health concerns. But, the health problems most commonly treated with IV therapy include:

  • Vitamin deficiencies
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Chronic pain
  • Recurring infections, including the common cold
  • Headaches
  • High toxic load
  • Gastrointestinal discomfort
  • Anemia
  • Thyroid problems

What Are The Benefits of IV Nutritional Therapy?

The key benefits of IV nutritional therapy to consider include:

  • Speed

IV therapy sends a high dose of nutrients directly to your bloodstream. This makes it an ultra-fast way to boost your hydration and nutrition. With its speed, IV therapy can also be used as an effective hangover remedy. 

  • Natural energy boost

IV nutritional therapy is a natural way to improve your energy levels. So, you can ditch the sugary energy drinks and enjoy the benefits of energy from nutrients. 

  • Supplement other treatments

If you’ve been diagnosed with a chronic condition, IV nutritional therapy may help boost the success of your treatment plan as a whole. 

To learn more about IV nutritional therapy, schedule an appointment at Florida Wellness Group today!