IV therapy is a powerful and natural treatment that can treat several chronic and acute medical conditions without needing to take time off school or work to recover. Additionally, you can enjoy IV therapy for its anti-aging, rejuvenation, and revitalization benefits. If you have a nutrient deficiency or are struggling with addiction, IV therapy Peachtree Corners should be your ultimate choice.
What You Should Know About IV Therapy
Intravenous or IV therapy gives nutrition, blood, or fluids directly into your bloodstream through a vein in your hand. Your provider uses the cannula (a small plastic tubing) going into the target vein, a plastic tubing connecting the set-up to a bag of fluids and a needle. IV fluid usually consists of electrolytes like potassium, sodium, glucose, and water. Your provider can simultaneously use one IV to deliver more than one fluid into your bloodstream. They will determine the type, flow rate, and amount of fluid you need, depending on your body’s requirements. IV therapy can address anti-aging, addiction disorders, anxiety, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Lyme disease, depression, and cognitive impairment.
The different forms of IV therapy include NAD, Myer’s cocktail, high-dose vitamins, vitamin C, and tri-amino acids. Your doctor may deliver these fluids separately or simultaneously, depending on your needs. Considering that NAD therapy is given intravenously, your cells absorb it immediately, leading to rapid health improvements. Medical experts are still researching its ability to treat Parkinson’s disease.
How to Start an IV
During your appointment, your physician places the cannula into the vein in your foot, hand, or arm. You may feel a little uncomfortable when the needle first pierces the skin. The team then removes the guiding needle once the cannula is in place. Afterward, they tape the rest of the tiny tubing on your skin to prevent the cannula from shifting. You will not experience any pain unless the cannula moves. Bending may also hurt the vein and cause the IV to disconnect. You can read a magazine or watch TV while the fluids get into your body; if you feel discomfort, inform your provider immediately.
The Safety of NAD IV Therapy
Many medical experts approve of using NAD therapy in performance enhancement and addiction recovery. When administered by a specialist, the treatment has fewer risks than administering it yourself. If you are struggling with addiction problems, you may want to avoid treatments that involve a new set of medications.
In such cases, NAD IV therapy is the best option—considering that addiction results in negative brain changes, the hope of regenerating and protecting your brain cells is exhilarating. Addition can affect your loved ones, straining your relationship. You may also find it difficult to socialize, make new friends, or even close business deals, making your life dull.
If you are interested in exploring a natural treatment that can improve your quality of life, call Dr. Gaskill or schedule an appointment online to begin your journey to recovery.