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IV Nutrient Therapy: Boosting Wellness From The Inside Out

Intravenous (IV) nutrient therapy has come a long way from its beginnings where it was used exclusively by hospitals to help manage patient symptoms, to an everyday treatment for preventative wellness.

IV vitamin therapy administers vitamins and minerals directly into your bloodstream via a needle that goes directly into the vein. It infuses the body with vital, customized vitamins, minerals and antioxidants directly into the bloodstream, for 100% vitamin absorption to replenish depleted nutrients and fluids. At Seriously Health, we offer IV nutrient therapy treatments that are uniquely formulated around your skin and body’s needs to promote energy, repair, boost immune system, and detoxify.

Since the nutrients are infused directly into the bloodstream, very large doses can be administered without gastrointestinal side effects that might occur should the nutrients by delivered orally. A perfect example of this is vitamin C, which can only be taken in fairly small amounts orally before causing stomach upset. In contrast, very large doses of vitamin C, which can be very beneficial for the immune system, can be administered safely and without stomach side effects with an intravenous delivery.

IV nutrition therapies can offer the following benefits including:

  • Strengthening the immune system

  • Detoxification

  • Improving athletic performance

  • Enhancing the effects of anti-aging

  • Boosting metabolism

  • Expediting muscle recovery

  • Mitigating depression/anxiety

  • Lessening chronic fatigue

At Seriously Health, our focus is to help our patients look and feel their very best through a variety of integrative wellness procedures — including IV nutrient therapy, vitamin supplement regimes, hormone therapy, and our signature weight loss program. For more information on our services and our commitment to your health and well-being, give us a call today.

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