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Introduction IV Therapy

Hydration IV

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Hydration IV

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Water is a critical element of the body and keeping the body adequately hydrated is essential for optimal function. Up to 75% of the body’s weight is made up of water most of which is found within the cells. Water is responsible for about 30% of metabolism and is a major component of blood, which carries oxygen and nutrients to the muscles. Staying hydrated makes this process run efficiently, maximizing oxygen delivery to muscles and other tissues.

Balancing Act

Electrolytes are certain minerals such as chloride, magnesium, potassium, and sodium that are essential for life and responsible for directing water to where it is needed and maintaining optimal fluid balance within our cells. Caffeine and alcohol are consumed at high amounts in an American diet, both of which are diuretics, substances that cause the loss of water increasing the risk of dehydration.

Conditions Treated with Intravenous Therapies


People may experience a feeling of warmth or mild discomfort when receiving an Hydration IV. Rare complications that can occur during intravenous therapies include phlebitis (inflammation of the vein) and fluid infiltration (leaking of fluid into the surrounding tissues).


  • Dehydration
  • Excessive heat or sweating
  • Post athletic competition
  • Diarrhea or vomiting
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Magnesium plays an important role in many of the body’s enzymatic reactions and plays an important role in neurochemical transmission and muscle contraction and relaxation and has therefore been used successfully for seizures and other muscle related problems. It acts on the vascular system to produce vasodilation, that is, relaxation of the walls of blood vessels increases blood flow, which can help reduce blood pressure and also prevent and treat migraine headaches.

The natural form of B12 is better absorbed than cyanocobalamin and has been used to treat diseases such as pernicious anemia and diabetic and peripheral neuropathy. Vitamin B12 is an essential component for proper digestion and absorption of food and for normal carbohydrate and fat metabolism. It helps maintain healthy nerve cells and red blood cells and is needed to make DNA. Vitamin B12 is also involved in homocysteine metabolism and plays a critical role in proper energy metabolism, immune function, and nerve function.

Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that contains the amino acid cysteine, which is necessary for cellular energy production and proper immune function. Helps remove free radicals from the blood and cells before they can cause oxidative damage. Glutathione also helps neutralize toxins in the liver.

Lidocaine injection is a local anesthetic (anesthetic medication). It works by blocking nerve signals in your body and is used to help reduce pain or discomfort.

Ketorolac is a non-steroidal-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and is used for the short-term treatment of inflammation and moderate pain. Reducing pain and inflammation such as headaches will help you recover more comfortably so you can return to your normal daily activities.

Lipotropic compounds help support the breakdown of fat during metabolism in the body. Methionine, choline, and inositol are examples of lipotropics . The main function of lipotropics in the body is to prevent the accumulation of excess fat in the liver. Lipotropics increase the production of lecithin in the liver . Lecithin breaks down cholesterol and moves it through the bloodstream without clogging the arteries. Methionine and choline are also responsible for detoxifying metabolic waste generated by the breakdown of proteins in the body

B vitamins are a group of water-soluble vitamins that play an important role in cellular metabolism. They are an important part of the diet and are essential for preventing many health problems. They are essential for growth, development and a variety of other bodily functions. B-Complex play an important role in the activities of enzymes, proteins that regulate chemical reactions in the body, which are important for converting food into energy and other necessary substances. B vitamins are found in plant and animal food sources.

Carnitine is a nutrient that helps the body convert fats into energy by elevating certain enzymes the body needs to effectively metabolize sugars, starches, and other carbohydrates . Anyone who exercises can benefit from carnitine supplementation because it reduces the buildup of lactic acid, which is responsible for the burning sensation within the muscles .

CoQ10 or ubiquinone is a natural fat-soluble quinone that is an excellent antioxidant Its highest concentration is in the mitochondria where energy is produced for each cell. in the body. The heart has very high energy demands and a very high concentration of CoQ10. Oral administration of CoQ10 has not been found to be effective in facilitating the absorption of CoQ10 by the target tissue, as it is necessary to aggressively raise blood levels. The effective levels can be achieved using intravenous CoQ10, which has been used to support cancer treatment, mitochondrial diseases and heart diseases.
Unlocking the Power of CoQ10
IV CoQ10 has been found to support energy production, performance enhancement, cognition enhancement and as a cardioprotective agent. The deficiencies are caused by age, poor internal production, poor intestinal absorption, higher than normal use of intense exercise, certain medications such as cholesterol-lowering medications.

Lysine is an essential amino acid, meaning it is essential for human health but cannot be
manufactured by the body. For this reason, lysine must be obtained from food. Lysine helps
fights herpes outbreaks, increases growth hormone production and helps regulate the hormone
levels It also helps in the production of antibodies and supports the immune system (Hydration IV).

Magnesium plays an important role in many of the body’s enzymatic reactions and plays a important role in neurochemical transmission and muscle contraction and relaxation. Is responsible for more than 300 essential metabolic reactions in the body. It is necessary to synthesize proteins in the mitochondria and to generate energy for most of the body’s basic cellular functions. reactions

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin. It is necessary for
the synthesis of collagen, an important structural component of blood vessels, tendons,
ligaments and bone. Vitamin C also plays an important role in the synthesis of
Neurotransmitters, which are critical for brain function. It is also very effective
antioxidant and in small quantities can effectively protect important cells from free radicals

Zinc is an essential mineral that is naturally present in some foods, added to others, and available
As a dietary supplement. It is involved in numerous aspects of cellular metabolism. Is
necessary for the activity of approximately 100 enzymes. Interacts with the hormone insulin to
improve glucose metabolism, and is a key factor in regulating blood glucose levels. Zinc is
necessary for the synthesis of thyroid hormones (Hydration IV) and promotes wound healing.

L-Glysine is an amino acid created in the liver from the serine and threonine series of amino acids. In humans we can find large amounts of it in the skin, connective tissue and muscle tissue. One third of the collagen we need is formed with glycine. Collagen is an essential protein required to maintain the firmness and elasticity of the skin and tissues. Additionally, glycine is one of the amino acids necessary in the biosynthesis of creatine, and creatine is what provides muscle with its energy, firmness and strength. Another property of Glycine is that it helps and stimulates the secretion of growth hormone.

Pyridoxine, also known as Vitamin B6, one of the B complex vitamins that help the body convert carbohydrates into glucose and from there into energy.
As they are water-soluble vitamins, the body cannot store them, therefore we are always in need of them, especially if we suffer from any condition or are going through levels of physical or emotional stress. Even exercising leads us to consume b complexes. B6 is necessary for healthy and normal brain development and functioning. B6 also helps the body produce hormones associated with states of well-being, peace and tranquility (Serotonin-Dopamine-Epinephrine-Norepinephrine and Melatonin).

GABA is derived from the amino acid Glutamic acid. It is found in large amounts in the Hypothalamus. It is a muscle relaxant, decreases anxiety, aids in secreting growth hormone, promotes sleep and helps with hypoglycemia.

Taurine is an essential amino acid in Hydration IV but stops producing it in times of extreme physical exertion, therefore, utilizing supplementation. It acts as a metabolic transmitter and is also known to have a detoxifying effect. It aids in glucose metabolism by increasing the activity of the insulin receptors making this a good option for diabetics or those with insulin resistance. Taurine also improves fat metabolism in the liver and helps to decrease triglycerides and LDL levels by reducing bile acids. It works on the same receptors in the brain as glycine and GABA to promote relaxation.