Giving you the boost you need to get back to health
The Ivy Drip Bar and Wellness Center offers a wide range of IV nutrient drips and vitamin shots that consist of vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, amino acids and simple saline to serve a variety of needs. IV drip bars are not new, but they have become more popular in recent years, probably due to their ability to assist people recovering from hangovers, food sickness, and dehydration.
Why would you need one, well a lack of circulating nutrients, dehydration, issues with absorption, stomach problems, gastrointestinal issues and a weakened immune system are all factors in many of these diseases or health related symptoms. Many of these issues can improve drastically with the right nutrients. An IV nutrient infusion delivers these vitamins, nutrients and fluids you need directly into your bloodstream, for quick absorption. And because it bypasses the digestive system, it goes straight to the muscles, organs, and cells and is the quickest route to transport nutrients throughout the body, with an percent absorption rate close to 100%.
The benefits of IV therapy are extensive and have been shown to effectively treat common ailments including:
• Bloating and cramping
• A run-down immune system
• Sports recovery
• Hangover recovery
• Sun poisoning
• Hair loss
• Weight loss
The Myers Cocktail
The Myers Cocktail is hands down the most popular drip because it is the original IV nutrition drip. It is one of our most popular IV infusions for migraines, allergies, fatigue, and fibromyalgia, the Myers' Cocktail, has been shown in research to have significant benefits. A pilot study released in 2009 looked into the effects of the Myers' Cocktail for fibromyalgia patients, noting that after 8 weeks of weekly IV therapy, patients reported less pain, sadness, joint discomfort, and improved sleep quality.
There are also drips to support weight loss and sleep, aid in performance and recovery, combat headaches or hangovers, and for immunity support.
Some detractors also point out that these treatments are rarely covered by health insurance and can be rather costly. However, many health saving accounts can cover these and it may be in your benefit to check out the coverage you have for your HSA or to start signing up for one.
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