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IV therapy is a perfect way to help restore the body, stop disease, and give it the boost it requires. Since IVs bypass the gut, they are able to get 100% of the nutrients straight into the tissues. For instance, Vitamin C can be given in higher doses than when taken orally. IV therapy is a fantastic addition to your routine by providing nutrients that are needed to make collagen and heal the skin.
Deliver important vitamins and minerals directly into your bloodstream and body tissues.
Recover from illness quicker, rehydrate fast, and boost your energy with IV Therapy.
Heal naturally and work together to build a healthier lifestyle with natural vitamins and minerals.
We’ve assisted countless people in the Las Vegas area recover quicker and stimulate natural healing with IV Therapy treatments.
Depending on your health issue, our Team may suggest IV Therapy for your treatment plan. This can be extremely valuable in your overall health and stimulate natural healing. During your appointments, we’ll discuss if IV Therapy make sense for your care.
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IV therapy is a delivery method for fluids and medication. “IV” stands for intravenous, which means it’s administered through the veins. The fluid that contains vitamins and minerals or medication is delivered via an IV drip or injection into the vein, which allows the therapy to move quickly through your bloodstream.
The fluids inside an IV bag depend on the type of therapy you are undergoing. Intravenous solutions can contain saline, vitamins, minerals, and medication. Some common components of IV bags include:
Some treatments can be as short as 15 minutes or as long as 90 minutes, but 30 minutes to one hour is a typical time frame.
It depends on the individual, but many people report feeling tangible effects as long as three or four days after receiving the treatment.
This varies according to what your needs are, and should be discussed with the RN or paramedic who administers your IV. A lot of people who set up routine IV therapy treatments choose once a week to once a month, but if you’re suffering from something like morning sickness, you may want to make more frequent appointments.
The level of pain is usually described as a small pinch. The pain should not continue after the needle is inserted.
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