With COVID-19 still being an everyday topic in our world, more and more people are looking for ways to improve their health and boost their immune systems. If you are someone who lacks a diet that provides your body with the right nutrients, antioxidants and vitamins, then intravenous nutrients may be your answer. Here are some ways you can improve your health with intravenous nutrients.
Bypasses digestive complications
One of the biggest reasons why people go to intravenous nutrients is because of gut, stomach and digestive problems they may have. If you suffer from poor gut absorption, you miss out on a lot of potential nutrients entering your body, and as a result, begin to feel weak and lethargic. If you are or know somebody who struggles to eat food or any sort of vitamins, then IV can be their answer for still receiving the nutrients your body needs without gaining weight.
IV Nutrients benefit a variety of conditions
Living a normal, daily life can become a struggle when you’re dealing with chronic conditions. Intravenous nutrients can greatly help reduce symptoms and pain of some conditions and have been known to do so. Some conditions come from a lack of particular vitamins or nutrients that your body may struggle to process and absorb. Intravenous nutrient therapy allows these valuable minerals, amino acids and other vital nutrients into your body, directly into your bloodstream to bypass these restrictions and give you the vitals your body needs. Intravenous therapy is known to benefit the following conditions and more:
- Low immune systems
- Neurological conditions
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Chronic Fatigue
- Lyme Disease
- Autoimmune conditions
Reduces the risk of sickness and other deficiencies
As IV nutrients help restore vital nutrients, you can boost your immune system with a high dose of vitamin C. Vitamin C is one of the safest and most essential vitamins for your body. The benefits of IV Vitamin C are known to help your body with or prevent:
- Protection against immune system deficiencies
- Cardiovascular disease
- Prenatal health problems
- Eye disease
- Skin wrinkling
Scurvy is a Vitamin C deficiency, and the longer you suffer from a lack of Vitamin C for, the worse off you may be. Without a regular amount, you may start to experience bleeding sores, anemia, slower healing rate for injuries, bone pain, swelling/edema, gum disease, shortness of breath, mood changes and depression. Vitamin C supplements by mouth are common for those who don’t consume enough, but they are known to cause stomach aches and discomforts. For those who cannot handle stomach pains, the benefits of IV vitamin C may become more appealing.
If you are unsure about the benefits or risks of Intravenous Nutrients for you, talk to Dr. Dobie, who specializes in chronic illness, integrative medicine, chronic fatigue and more. His holistic approach to treating chronic illness and attention to preventive medical care has taken care of many patients throughout the years with successful results.