IV Therapy for Fatigue & Low Energy
IV Therapy for Fatigue
Fatigue keeps you from living your best life. You’re not just tired—you’re exhausted to the point that you can’t function normally and carry out the responsibilities of daily life.IV therapy for fatigue can give you the energy and vitality you’ve been craving, offering effective relief that makes a true difference.
IVs may make a huge difference in the quality of your life if you’re struggling with fatigue. IV therapy benefits those with chronic fatigue syndrome, illness, and other conditions as it rehydrates the body with premium electrolytes, vitamins, and minerals. These ingredients provide an energy boost and symptom relief. Plus, IV treatment works quickly because the fluids are infused into the bloodstream for maximum effect.
People often rely on vitamin C IV therapy for chronic fatigue because it’s an energizing antioxidant. B vitamins, such as B12, help the body convert food into fuel for energy and assist with red blood cell production.
IV Drip for Fatigue
Some of the key benefits this IV Drip can give you are:
- Supports cellular health; healthy cells give you more energy
- Helps with detoxification and clearing free radicals from your system
- Helps enhance metabolism of nutrients to create more energy
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After an initial consultation to understand your specific needs, we customize an IV Vitamin therapy plan for you. Typically the formula contains:
- Vitamin C
- Trace Minerals (Chromium, Copper, Manganese, Selenium, Zinc)
- B Vitamins (B1,B2, B3, B5, B6, B12)
- Amino Acids (which promote cellular repair and optimal function)
Additional Vitamin C – Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant and prevents our DNA from damage. By supporting detoxification in the body, it ensures the health of our cells where we can utilize energy more efficiently.
B5 – Vitamin B5 is essential for producing energy from food in the form of ATP. It plays a role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, which provide us with energy.
B6 – Vitamin B6 is a cofactor in several pathways in our bodies, meaning we use it for a variety of functions. It plays a role in energy production by supporting the production of ATP.
Carnitine – Carnitine works as a shuttle where it transports fatty acids into the mitochondria (the part of the cell where we house our energy) for cellular respiration. It helps metabolize ketones and convert amino acids into energy for our bodies.
Amino Acids – Branched-chain amino acids are essential nutrients that our muscles break down to supply our bodies with energy. We require adequate levels of amino acids to provide our tissues with energy.
NAC – By replenishing glutathione levels in the body, N-acetyl-cysteine supports the antioxidant pathway which helps clear oxidants from the body. When oxidants are built up, they can cause fatigue as a symptom.
Glutathione – Glutathione is our master antioxidant that helps clear free radicals (oxidants) from the body. Similar to the function of NAC, glutathione neutralizes oxidants which results in more energy available to our cells.
Frequency of Treatment:
Your frequency of treatment will depend on individual aspects gathered in your initial consultation
In general, the recommended frequency for low energy support is weekly or bi-weekly for 2-4 weeks, while monitoring your progress and adjusting accordingly.
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