• Michelle Wallweber

Is IV Therapy Right For Me?




IV therapy is a method of administering fluids into the body via the blood vessels. “IV” stands for intravenous, which means it’s administered through the veins. It is known to be the fastest way to deliver nutrients throughout the body because it bypasses the digestive system and goes directly into the organs, resulting in a 90-100% absorption rate (compared to only 20-50% possible orally).


Gone are the days when only hospital patients receive IV drip therapy treatments. The use of an IV as a health therapy was first recognized in the 50s. It became popular in the 90s, and is especially popular right now.


The Benefits of IV Therapy


Two of the main benefits for anyone who wants to try IV therapy include:


  • Easy and convenient: IV therapy is not a complicated procedure. The insertion of the IV is relatively painless, just a tiny pinch. After it is inserted, you should feel very little discomfort. You can do the treatment while watching tv, reading, or scrolling through your phone.

  • Health and wellness: IV therapy can deliver a range of health and wellness benefits, including but not limited to:

  • Promoting faster weight loss

  • Curing hangover symptoms

  • Treating certain nutrient deficiencies

  • Cleansing your body of toxins and free radicals

  • Increasing your energy levels

  • Promoting better cardiovascular health

  • Easing anxiety and promoting relaxation


Is it right for me?


IV therapy can be beneficial for many different people for different reasons. Almost anyone can get this treatment, but not all medications are recommended. There have not been any major side effects from the treatment as well. A session normally takes a few minutes to an hour, and the effect is almost instant: most people walk away feeling better and refreshed.


If you want to experience the wonders that IV therapy can do for you, then check out all of our drips and see which one could be right for your needs.


Are you ready to start IV Therapy? Schedule today.




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