IV Hydration

IV Hydration

When you take vitamins by mouth, your body doesn’t experience the benefit of the vitamin, until it is broken down by your stomach and absorbed by the digestive tract. As much as 50% of the vitamin concentration you take when you take a pill doesn’t get absorbed by your body. When you take vitamins intravenously, as much as 90% of the vitamins are absorbed, according to medical experts who spoke to Healthline. Health conditions and other factors can also influence how much of a vitamin gets absorbed into our bodies. By taking vitamins intravenously, you can more directly control the concentration and amount of delivery.

Benefits of Vitamin Therapies

Health Benefits.

People with a wide range of health concerns claim that they have seen benefits after receiving vitamin therapy. Individuals who suffer from asthma, migraines, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, pain, allergies, infections, and other conditions use vitamin therapies. If you suffer from a stomach or intestinal condition that affects how vitamins and nutrients are absorbed by your body, vitamin therapy may be able to help your body get the vitamins and minerals it needs. Some studies also indicate that vitamin therapies may be able to help people with thyroid conditions. While much of the research performed on vitamin therapies are preliminary or anecdotal, many people use vitamin therapies as part of their wellness regimen.


 If you are severely dehydrated after a night of drinking, or are hungover, vitamin therapy may be able to alleviate the symptoms.


If you engage in intense exercise, like marathons, or triathlons, vitamin therapy can help restore your body’s natural balance of water and vitamins especially if you lost a lot of water during your workout.


If you want healthy, clearer-looking skin, many people swear by regular vitamin therapy.

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