What is an IV drip?
IV vitamin drips offer a wide range of treatments for people with different objectives - from combatting the signs of ageing to supporting a sporty and active lifestyle and brightening the complexion of the skin. Administered by highly experienced staff, IV drip formulations typically contain ingredients such as vitamins, minerals and water - which are all important for good physical health.
Among the IV drip options you can choose from are; Health Boost Plus, with amino acids that help the body to stay as healthy as possible; Vitamin C, which can be used as a detox infusion; Glutathione, which is valued as an antioxidant and ability to increase energy levels; and Procainium Hydrogen Carbonate, which is an anti-ageing formula.
How IV drip treatment works
The procedure for an IV vitamin drip is simple. The IV drip is administered via a catheter (small plastic tube) which is inserted into a vein with a needle. Once the catheter is positioned in the vein, the needle is removed. In general, IV drips hold around 300 to 1000ml of fluid which contains a mixture of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Who can benefit from an IV drip?
There is a massive range of conditions which can be addressed with different sorts of IV drips, including; chronic fatigue syndrome, asthma, migraines, muscle spasms, and respiratory tract infections. Other people might have objectives such as improving their complexion or helping them to prepare or recover for a sports event.
You may not be suitable for an IV drip if you have had congestive heart failure, are on certain medications, or have certain allergies. Your suitability for an IV vitamin drip will be assessed in an initial consultation.
What are the advantages IV drip treatment?
IV drips are able to; improve your overall wellness, both physically and emotionally; enhance your appearance, through a combination of vitamins, antioxidants and minerals which get to work improving the health of skin, hair and nails; improve athletic performance; aid recovery from excessive drinking ('hangover cure'); support weight loss programmes; and in some cases, assist with addiction recovery programmes.