IV Vitamin Infusions & Vitamin Injections
Vitamin B, Myers Solution, and More
Vitamin B, Myers Solution, and More
A high potency vitamin cocktail is mixed specifically for you and administered intravenously by an R.N. May include Myers Solution, B vitamins, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and glutathione.
Although anyone could benefit from IV therapy, people with the following health concerns benefit greatly from IV Vitamin Infusions.
• Increases energy • Reduces Stress • Optimizes immune system • Speeds metabolism • Aids in nervous system maintenance • Aids in red blood cell production
• Increases energy • Aids in weight loss • Balances mood • Promotes mental clarity • Promotes healthy skin, nails, hair & eyes • Improves cardiovascular functions • Assists digestion
Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin, essential for helping to form new, healthy cells in the body. It is essential for cell metabolism (energy use), synthesis of DNA, and maintaining blood health.
Because of its role in metabolism, vitamin B12 injections have been found to boost energy levels and foster a sense of well-being. In fact, vitamin B12 is so effective at increasing energy levels that is often used as part of the treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
While vitamin B12 is known for the energy boost it provides, it is also associated with relief of depression and stress. A vitamin B12 injection acts as a stimulant for energizing the body, through cobalamin, which transmits its “anti-stress” elements to the human body.
Vitamin B12 is involved in the metabolism of virtually every cell in the body. Though specific Vitamin B12 information can be difficult to find, most significantly, B12 affects DNA regulation and synthesis. It affects the synthesis of fatty acids and the production of energy.
Function of Vitamin B-12:
B12 is necessary for digestion, protein synthesis, absorption of foods, and the metabolism of fat and carbohydrates. The function of vitamin B12 is red blood cell formation and nervous system maintenance. It needs a substance called intrinsic factor, secreted by the stomach, for proper absorption.
Vitamin B-1 is required for the proper metabolism of starch, sugars, proteins and fat in order to provide energy to the body and effectively maintain a healthy nervous system. Cells are not able to use oxygen for energy storage without the presence of thiamine.
Vitamin B-1 is necessary for:
• maintaining healthy central nervous system function, peripheral nerve activity and cognitive abilities
• assisting in the production of blood cells
• allowing adequate production of hydrochloric acid needed for proper digestion
• strengthening muscle tone of the heart, intestines and stomach
• enhancing circulation
• protecting the body from the effects of aging
Important: High levels of stress greatly increase the requirement for vitamin B1.
Riboflavin is an essential component of co-enzymes involved in multiple cellular metabolic reactions, mainly those associated with energy metabolism. Riboflavin deficiency is more common than generally appreciated. Many cases are undetected due to the mild nature and nonspecific signs and symptoms of deficiency.
Vitamin B-2 is necessary for:
• fighting free radicals (antioxidant)
• proper thyroid function
• metabolism of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates
• repair of skin, hair and nails
Important: People who exercise daily are actually losing B2 by using up their supply of the vitamin. Individuals who avoid dairy products (restrictive “health” diets, people with lactose intolerance) are frequently deficient in Vitamin B-2.
Niacin is required for normal metabolism. It is crucial in the synthesis and metabolism of carbohydrates, fatty acids, protein and alcohol and, consequently, in production of energy. It helps in DNA repair as well as in production of steroid hormones in our adrenal glands.
Vitamin B-3 is necessary for:
• normal thyroid function
• normal skin appearance and function
• normal function of central nervous system
Important: Niacin is usually not lost during the cooking process, unlike most other B group vitamins.
Vitamin B5 is essential for generating energy in the body. It is a component of Coenzyme A (CoA).
Vitamin B-5 is necessary for:
• Pantothenic acid plays a role in converting carbohydrates and fats into energy. It is found in every cell of the body.
• It aids in the synthesis of steroid hormones such as estrogen, androgen, and progestin.
• It also aids in the production of hormones which direct metabolism and maintain salt and water balance in the body.
Important: Since energy is required for exercise, vitamin B5 plays an important role in weight loss.
Vitamin B6 plays an integral role in the metabolism of fats, particularly fatty acids which are unsaturated. Vitamin B6 helps with the regulation and production of the thyroid hormones. Vitamin B6 helps with the production of hydrochloric acid, and is necessary for the metabolism of many amino acids. B6 ensures the proper functioning of metabolism.
Vitamin B-6 is necessary for:
• proper functioning of the central and peripheral nervous systems
• healthy mucous membranes and skin
• control of homocysteine level, the main risk factor in atherosclerosis
Important: Cooking, food processing, and storage significantly reduces Vitamin B6 activity.
Folate is required to form red blood cells.
Folic acid has the same biologic effects as folate, but is more bioavailable and therefore more effective. Gross deficiency of folic acid leads to megaloblastic anemia.
High folate intake may reduce the risk of:
~ Cardiovascular Disease
~ Osteoporosis and Dimentia
~ Hearing Loss
~ Neural tube defects during pregnancy
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