Dr. Vladimir Alexeyenko offers IV infusions at Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy. This video answers the question, “Is IV therapy safe?”.
The idea of getting an IV outside of a hospital setting is somewhat new. However, IV clinics are opening in every major market as the demand grows. It’s a straightforward procedure. And, drip solutions are compounds we already have in our bodies, but we might not have enough. This is why IVs don’t require FDA approval.
Scientific research on IV treatments is underway, with many drips already proving to be effective for boosting energy, metabolism, mental acuity, and for alleviating symptoms of chronic illness. The association that IVs have with serious medical care is outdated. The procedure to get an IV is about the same as a flu shot; it just takes longer.
IV solutions are fluids and organic compounds we already have in our bodies. As these solutions enter the bloodstream, unlike supplements or medicines, they bypass the gastric system. This means the treatment isn’t diluted by digestion, and it won’t give you an upset stomach. Another advantage is that IV solutions are that, as they circulate, they make nutrients and healing fluids 100% available to cells right away. This is a rare, cells having all of the fluids and nutrients they need to operate at peak efficiency. Organs function better, skin gains elasticity, the digestive system is efficient, even brain cells and nerves regenerate. IVs are also showing promise as a way to treat addiction recovery and to improve mental health, especially treatments of NAD and NAD+.
Have Questions About How Safe IV Therapy Is?
Learn more about the safety of IV therapy and vitamin infusions at Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy by visiting the Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy website https://vladimiralexeyenkomd.com/. To schedule an IV therapy appointment, call (917) 994-9390.