IV Therapy & Vitamin Shots

One of the most important factors that determines your level of well-being is the health of your gastrointestinal system.  Does the food that you consume have sufficient amount of vitamins and minerals?  Are you able to properly digest and absorb them?  The answer to these questions not only varies from one individual to the next, but it also varies within the lifespan of each individual.  Your ability to digest and absorb nutrients depends on stomach acid, digestive enzyme production and the integrity of your gastrointestinal tract.  These factors change and diminish with age, that over time can lead to deficiencies.  Even in the absence of a chronic digestive complaint your body may require additional support to better respond to an acute external insult such as infections or trauma. 

Vitamins and minerals are vital to nearly every biological function and chemical reaction that takes place in your body.  One way to ensure sufficient intake is through oral supplementation, however we are not often able to absorb them adequately.  Intravenous (IV) nutritional therapy delivers these nutrients directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the stomach and intestines.  You will receive a high concentration of nutrients in the fastest and most absorbable manner into your cells.  

Intramuscular (IM) vitamin injections are the next best route of administering these nutrients both in terms of their delivery and absorption rate.  IM injections are a quick and convenient way to improve your nutrient status, in which case the vitamins are being injected into your muscle as opposed to the bloodstream.  

The doctors at Conscious Human Medicine, tailor the IV nutritional therapy and IM vitamin injection treatments to your individual needs while they proactively work with you to address the root-causes of your health concerns.  These formulations can help boost your energy levels, enhance your cognitive performance, improve your immune system and address any underlying vitamin or mineral deficiencies. 
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