• What is IV Infusion Therapy?

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    Among the various methods of nutrient and compound administration other than oral administration, intravenous (IV) infusion ranks highest by several measures. IV administration is considered as a first-line intervention for its comparatively lower contraindications and direct access to place nutrients and compounds at measured doses into the blood, without limited or delayed absorption through the digestive system or from injected body tissues. Intravenous infusion bypasses the gastrointestinal system, thereby increasing the absorption of the compounds. This also carries the advantage of avoiding any interactions with digestive enzymes that routinely occurs when the compounds are administered orally. Also, IV infusions allow for the administration of nutrients and compounds in higher concentrations that are possible by an enteral route.

    Intravenous infusion therapy can help in treating various medical conditions and can also boost the metabolism of healthy individuals. IV infusion is indicated to treat patients with many chronic conditions as well as for sportsmen and athletes who have an intense level of physical activity and have a higher level of nutritional requirements. Example medical conditions that IV Infusion Therapy can help:

    Chronic fatigue
    Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS)
    Parkinson’s disease
    Chronic depression
    Lyme disease
    Food poisoning
    Antioxidant benefits
    Narcotic withdrawal
    Gastrointestinal issues

    Keep in mind, though, that IV infusion therapy is not just for the sick. Many people use IV infusions as preventive measures to boost immunity and for anti-aging benefits. Intravenously infused nutrients can help your body fight against infections during flu seasons and epidemics.
    One of the most well-known nutritional IV infusion mixtures is the “Myer’s cocktail.” Myer’s cocktail is formulated to boost or kick-start cell metabolism of the healthy individuals to overcome fatigue. Myers’ cocktail consists of Magnesium Chloride, Calcium Gluconate, B complex Vitamins and Vitamin C and helps in reducing inflammation, mitigating stress and strengthening the immune system.
    Besides the Myers’ cocktail, Z Med Clinics offers many other mixtures of nutrients and compounds used in IV infusion therapy. A consultation with our licensed healthcare providers can explain what options you have, among both traditional and alternative or supplemental therapies, according to your own health indications.







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