I.V. Nutrition Therapy
Your Health Comes First
In today's world with increased stress and poor dietary intake many people can benefit from supplementary nutrients. Impaired gut function is common and often we don't absorb nutrients from food and supplements properly. Vitamin infusions can be a great way to boost nutrient stores. I.V. nutrition therapy may support the body during chronic health conditions, such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, depression, autoimmune diseases, and many more.
Making Your Health First Priority
I.V. Nutrition Therapy is now offered across the street at Full Life Regeneration. Visit for more information.
At Full Life we offer a vitamin infusion called the "Myer's Cocktail." Invented in the 1960s by a Dr. John Myers, the vitamins and minerals found in the cocktail are important for energy, nerve and muscle function, metabolism, and protection from oxidative cell damage. It includes magnesium, vitamin C, and B vitamins. The nutrients are infused intravenously over about 20-45 minutes which bypasses the digestive system allowing for better delivery of the vitamins and minerals. Magnesium is one of the most crucial ingredients in the infusion since low magnesium levels are associated with muscle cramps and weakness, insomnia, and fatigue. Approximately, 7 out of 10 Americans are deficient in magnesium according to the USDA. Many patients also benefit from the B vitamins which may improve energy and enhance mood.
Many patients benefit greatly from adding glutathione to their Myer's Cocktail infusions. Glutathione is a "master antioxidant" and may help to prevent cell damage from oxidative stress, aid in detoxification, boost immunity, and support the liver.
I.V. nutrient therapy is a safe and effective way to give the body a boost and may result in improvement in symptoms of low energy, poor immune function, pain, and poor healing. I.V. nutrients are a wonderful strategy for preventative healthcare and support for the body during times of increased stress and athletic pursuits. You may experience some local redness from the I.V. site or may experience a warm feeling in your arm. Conditions associated with low nutrients levels and which may improve through I.V. nutrient therapy include:
loss of appetite
acute muscle spasms
Insurance does not cover I.V. nutrient therapy. If interested, please call and set up an appointment with one of our providers to explore if I.V. nutrient therapy could be of benefit for you.