IV Therapy is a simple and quick treatment that delivers saline infused with vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and amino acids directly into the bloodstream. When we ingest nutrients orally, we lose a lot of its value, but through IV treatment, our body can absorb 100% of the nutrients provided, almost immediately.
Hydration IV Therapy is used to help reduce the symptoms of:
Benefits of IV Hydration Therapy are:
When choosing a facility, company, or spa that provides IV treatment, it’s important to
do research and pick a reputable place. IV therapy is generally a safe and easy procedure, but there are some risks associated with it.
Possible side effects include:
IV NAD+ Treatment is an all-natural, holistic therapy that can help with age-related disease, addiction, brain function, and chronic fatigue. Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide or NAD+ is a coenzyme of niacin and is one of the main parts of our cell’s machinery. It is responsible for how much of the vitamins and minerals we consume goes to power our bodies and how much of it goes to waste.
IV NAD+ treatment can improve:
IV Therapy: Addiction Recovery
Alcohol and drug use causes dehydration and depletes the mind and body of important vitamins and minerals. IV hydration and NAD+ therapy helps in rehydrating and replenishing the body, restoring metabolic function, and improving energy levels. It can help flush out and detox the body, making it easier to recover physically and mentally, lessening withdrawal symptoms. NAD promotes cognitive function and mental clarity, helping you remain focused and motivated on the road to recovery. IV therapy to aid in addiction recovery is usually 10-15 consecutive days of treatment. Many companies provide an in-home treatment option, making it a more convenient and comfortable transition. NAD+ IV therapy is a natural, holistic alternative to pharmaceuticals in helping avoid relapse in the early days of recovery. While IV hydration therapy can be very helpful with addiction and recovery, it is not a cure. It is most effective when used alongside therapy, counseling, or an addiction treatment program.