IV therapy is a method of delivering vitamins, minerals and amino acids into the body, through the bloodstream. A small intravenous catheter is placed into a vein so that these nutrients can be delivered into the body over a period of time. IV therapy is firmly based on medical and scientific research, and it is used in a variety of treatment regimens because of its power to heal the body, improve health and well being and prevent certain conditions.

Below are some of the nutrients commonly used in IV therapy:

Vitamin B5, B6, B12
Vitamin C

All of these vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids work together to restore what is depleted in the body.

What are the Benefits of IV Therapy?
There are clear cut advantages to IV therapy, and the benefits differ depending on the condition treated, the protocol used, the overall health of the client, and how many treatments are done.

The greatest advantage to IV nutritional therapy is that the body gets vital nutrients, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. These nutrients bypass the stomach and go directly to the organs. Levels in the body are restored so that addicts feel stronger and healthier. This is a complete turnaround from the addicted body that is exhausted from drug use, irregular sleeping, poor diet and other harmful behaviors. Withdrawal only depletes the body further.

Here are some of the improvements that are seen from IV Nutritional Therapy:

Improved energy
Improved mental focus
Decreased cravings
Increased pleasure
Pain relief
Enhanced mood
Increased calmness and relaxation
Balanced blood sugar
Improved sleep patterns

How Can You ​Get Started?
Even though IV therapy involves placing a needle into the arm, the process is very comfortable. It starts with getting labs drawn and having them reviewed by the Provider.  Then when you​ get the IV Nutrition, you​ will sit in a bright and clean room with comfy chairs during the process, and ​enjoy beautiful images and messages on the TV screen. The rest and rejuvenation that comes from IV therapy makes this experience positive, laying the foundation for a long-term, healthy recovery.