Feeling Low Energy? IV Therapy Can Give You a Boost

Your body is a complex system that needs the right balance of many different substances to function optimally. Although you may take good care of your body and eat well, you still might not get all the nutrients you need. In addition, age can lessen your body’s ability to keep all of its systems in balance. 

When you’re feeling low on energy day after day, you know that something isn’t right with your body. You don’t have the pep you need to get things done, and it starts to bring down your emotions as well. You may try to address your energy deficit with sugar or caffeine, but that only works for so long before you just need more. 

Intravenous nutrition can provide you with what you’re missing — and much more quickly than relying on nutrition solely from your food. It can also be a great option for people who are on restricted diets, due to medical conditions or personal preferences, to access the nutrients their bodies need. 

Intravenous nutrition can also help your body recover from an illness or from the aftereffects of an intense sporting event, such as a marathon, that depletes your body’s energy stores. It gives your body a needed surge of vitamins and minerals that will get you moving again.

What is intravenous therapy?

Intravenous (IV) therapy uses special blends of nutrients that are tailored to your needs, and introduces them directly into your bloodstream. 

Because these nutrients don’t need to go through your digestive system, which absorbs some of the nutrients along the way, your body gets a boost of energy that it can use very quickly.

What types of IV therapy are available?

At Klarity Clinic, Dr. Henry Liang and Dr. Christian Munk are experts in infusion therapy. At our clinics, we offer a variety of IV therapy treatments to address your needs. We offer three main nutrient blends that give you a needed energy boost.

BR+ NAD-Brain Restoration Plus

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a coenzyme that is critical to the chemical reactions within your cells. NAD is essential to metabolism, the process your body uses to convert food into energy. Low levels of NAD can cause you to feel fatigued and exhausted.

The BR+ NAD Brain Restoration Plus infusion is a highly concentrated formulation that also includes the powerful brain restoration (BR) mixture and can be used to treat aging issues, anxiety, and depression, as well as chronic fatigue. 

Myers’ cocktail

This powerful mix was developed in the 1960s by Dr. John Myers, who wanted to introduce a revolution in medicine. Dr. Myers focused on addressing the root causes of illness rather than just treating the sickness itself. This was the beginning of preventive health care.

The Myers’ cocktail is a potent mixture of vitamins and minerals that re-energizes and restores your body. This solution treats chronic pain, aging, anxiety, and fatigue. You feel full of energy after this therapy, which delivers a big boost of essential substances to your body.

Glutathione antioxidant infusion

Your body produces glutathione, and it’s also found in many foods. It plays a key role in your body by supporting energy production. A poor diet, stress, and a lack of exercise can lessen your glutathione levels, which also decrease with age.

A glutathione antioxidant infusion is packed with an amino acid that wards off damage to your cells by free radicals, heavy metals, and peroxides. It provides a needed boost to your immune system while also improving your skin texture, increasing your energy levels, and reducing fatigue.

Drs. Liang and Munk work with you to determine which IV therapy treatments are best for your needs. Depending on your specific treatment plan, the infusions may take 2-8 hours for dosing. They also offer much quicker subcutaneous injections that take only a few minutes to complete.

If you’re suffering from low energy levels and finding it hard to get through your day, you need a better solution than caffeine and sugar. IV therapy can give you the energy boost you need! Call one of our four offices or send us a message here on our website to set up an appointment today.

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