Let IV Nutritional Therapy Boost Your Immunity This Cold and Flu Season

It’s the middle of winter, with cold and flu season in full swing. Cold and flu viruses often start circulating in October as high heat in Southern Nevada finally begins to give way to cooler temperatures. These viruses can stick around as late as May, which can seem like a long time as you’re spending more time indoors and breathing cool, dry air.

You can catch a cold or the flu from coming in contact with someone who has the virus, or by breathing in air containing the germs. If your immune system is weak, you’re more likely to get sick.

Maintaining the proper balance of vitamins and minerals is an important part of building up your immune system, which fends off viruses and helps keep you healthy. How can you make sure you’re getting the right nutrients to stay healthy this winter?

Henry Liang, DO, Christian Munk, DO, and the expert team at Klarity Ketamine Clinic offer intravenous (IV) nutritional therapy to supplement your body and boost your immunity. IV vitamin therapy might just be the lift you need to stay healthy during this year’s cold and flu season.

Micronutrients help keep you healthy

Micronutrients — vitamins and minerals — are essential to a healthy life because they fuel your body and protect it from intruders: viruses and toxins. The No. 1 way to get essential micronutrients that build your immune system is through the foods you eat.

Fresh fruits and vegetables are a main source of healthy vitamins and minerals, containing everything from vitamins C, E, A, and D to magnesium, iron, zinc, and more. All of these micronutrients are important for a balanced body. But what happens if your regular diet isn’t as healthy as it should be?

No matter how hard you try to be healthy, a busy life can make it difficult to consistently eat a balanced diet full of all the right nutrients. If you aren’t getting the vitamins and minerals you need from food, multivitamin IV therapy might give you a boost to help you feel your best.

Multivitamin IV therapy for immunity


Multivitamin IV therapy can give your body an almost immediate infusion of micronutrients and hydration. Using a customized cocktail of vitamins and minerals, Dr. Liang and Dr. Munk help counteract a micronutrient deficiency that may be compromising your immune system.

One of the most popular blends of nutritional IV therapies we offer is the Myers’ cocktail. This vitamin infusion delivers several essential micronutrients directly to your bloodstream. The Myers’ cocktail is often used to increase your body’s immunity, as well as address fatigue, anxiety, stress, depression, and more.

We also offer a glutathione antioxidant infusion to our patients. Particularly effective in providing that immunity boost, glutathione prevents damage from toxins, promotes a healthy immune system, and can even improve your skin’s texture.

Nutrients delivered in an IV infusion are typically absorbed completely and more quickly through the blood than via a pill or food. If you’re worried about your immune system’s ability to keep you healthy this winter, consider IV therapy for a quick boost.

Klarity Ketamine Clinic is proud to offer NAD+ to patients in addition to vitamin infusion therapy. NAD, or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, is a key ingredient in the chemical reactions taking place in your cells. Similar to nutritional IV therapy, NAD+ therapy helps regulate your body’s natural functions.

NAD+ can treat a variety of conditions, from anxiety and depression to chronic fatigue, autoimmune diseases, and more. As a part of a holistic care plan, NAD+ therapy or IV nutritional therapy might be the boost your body needs to feel your best.

To learn more about nutritional IV therapy, NAD+, and how they might help you get through cold and flu season, call our office to schedule your first appointment today.

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