Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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IV (intravenous) Hydration delivers vitamins and nutrients directly into the bloodstream. Our Vital Infusions are more effective than taking supplements by mouth (i.e. pills or liquids) because it bypasses your digestive system. Therefore, a much larger concentration of nutrients can be 100% absorbed directly by the body’s cells.
Our Booster Shots are IM (intramuscular) shots that are injected into the muscle layer, which bypasses the digestive system so that higher concentration of nutrients are absorbed by the body. They take a few seconds to administer and do not require intravenous access.
Our vitamin IV infusions are tailored to meet different needs. IV therapy infusions can increase energy levels, boost weight loss, healthy skin and hair, immune system boost, overall wellness, recover from a hangover, etc.
The IV therapies are administered and monitored by trained medical professionals. You can rest assured that you will be treated with the utmost care and professionalism.
Typically, the IV hydrations take about 30-45 minutes to infuse.
Every individual is different so their specific needs will vary. On average, most people receive therapies from once a week to once a month. Different factors can affect the frequency of which you will need IV therapies such as stress, nutrition status, physical activity level and quality of sleep.
If you have problems with your kidneys, retaining fluids or have certain medical conditions, you should not receive hydration therapy. It is always best to check with your primary care provider if you are unsure. However, most individuals with a variety of ailments and health conditions can greatly benefit from IV nutrition!
Serious side effects are rarely seen. Commonly, you make have a metallic taste in your mouth or some cooling in your arm. Rarely, you may experience tingling, burning or swelling at the IV site. This should be minimized with proper insertion.