The benefits of IV Nutrient Infusion Therapy

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In this age, work or tasks that accumulate is one of the routines that must be faced. It causes stress and ultimately lower the immune system. According to Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, Prolonged stress can decrease the suppressor T cells that function for the immune system.

Vitamins are microbes that the body needs in many metabolic processes. Dizziness, headache, and weakness is one sign of metabolic processes in the body does not work well. Vitamins can be taken orally, intramuscularly or intravenously. The Myer’s Cocktail formula is an intravenous formula of vitamins and minerals. Intravenous administration of vitamins is effective in chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, and another.1 Daily requirement of vitamin C as much as 45 mg, vitamin B1 1.5 mg, vitamin B2 1.8 mg, vitamin B3 20 mg, vitamin B6 2 mg, and vitamin B12 as much as 3 micrograms a day.

How vitamin consumption can affect the amount contained in plasma. IV administration of 50 g / day of vitamin C was resulted in a mean peak plasma level of 80 mg / dL. IV treatment for correcting intracellular nutrient deficits. Some nutrients are present at much higher concentrations in the cells than in the serum.

The beneficial effect of IV magnesium as a treatment for migraine has been demonstrated in recent clinical trials. In one study, 40 patients with an acute migraine received 1 g of magnesium sulfate over a five-minute period. Fifteen minutes after the infusion, 35 patients (87.5%) reported at least 50-percent reduction of pain, and nine patients (22.5%) experienced complete relief.

Many patients with unexplained fatigue have responded to the Myers’ cocktail, with results lasting only a few days or as long as several months. One patient with fatigue associated with chronic hepatitis B experienced marked and progressive improvement in energy levels with weekly or twice-monthly injections.

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