Anti Stress Intravenous Therapy
Often, family issues, financial problems and physical strain accumulate on our lives and can evoke a range of systemic responses and compromise our immune system. Then, we get sick.
Stress can take many forms. The physical stress associated with physical fatigue, environmental stress of pesticide-laden foods (toxins) and often psychological stress associated with work or relationships, to name a few. Stress is everywhere.
Stress can not be measured directly. There is no specific lab tests evidence for this. Doctors can not measure"stress level” in blood. We only see its effects: accelerated aging and predisposition to age-related disease.
For all of this, is often not enough to have a good eating and active living. Our body is always subject to constant harmful factors that wear out and need to be strengthened. It is here where the role of Anti Stress Intravenous Therapy appears.
What is the Anti Stress Intravenous Therapy?
Anti Stress Intravenous Therapy is an effective method to deliver a safe and healthy dose of natural vitamins and minerals directly into the circulatory system . It contains nutrients that are lost through stress. It takes about about 30 minutes or a little more and you will feel full of energy and with improved mental clarity in the following days. The components of this therapy include vitamin C, vitamin B5, magnesium, B complex and carnitine. All are administered as intravenous infusions.
What are the benefits of Anti Stress Intravenous Therapy ?
Intravenous administration of nutrients can achieve serum concentrations that are not obtainable via oral, or intramuscular (IM) route. Such high concentrations of antioxidants and biochemical cofactors are believed to provide a more robust effect.
- Vitamin C allows the body to quickly get rid of cortisol, a stress hormone that increases glucose levels in the blood. Although it is useful at a time of threat (fight or flight reaction), the continued high levels of cortisol in the body suppress the normal functioning of the digestive system, reproductive system and growth processes. Vitamin C helps regulate cortisol and prevent high blood pressure in response to stress.
- It has been shown that vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid helps stimulating the immune system and improve our ability to confront and handle stressful situations. Specifically, it helps our body to produce hormones that are required when you fight stress. Vitamin B5 can help our bodies control the secretion of cortisol, and generally helps keeping our adrenal glands working properly. Some studies have found that it can help treating depression and anxiety. In addition to psychological stress, pantothenic acid can help those who suffer from migraines and chronic fatigue syndrome and people who are trying to reduce alcohol consumption and smoking. Pantothenic acid also helps our bodies to convert fats, proteins and carbohydrates into energy. Vitamin B5 is an important part of coenzyme A, which is an essential chemical for many metabolic functions in the body. Like other B vitamins, vitamin B5 helps in the work of the gastrointestinal tract and other vitamins to do their job. It can also help heal wounds faster.
- B complex has also been shown to be a potent anti stress factor. On the one hand, it reduces the levels of homocysteine, a toxic amino acid that is associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease. It improves mood as these vitamins play an indirect but critical role in the formation of serotonin and other neurotransmitters. In addition, other research has found links between vitamin B deficiency as well with high homocysteine levels and mood disorder. Vitamin B12 is also an excellent energy booster. In fact, a deficiency of vitamin B12 can cause symptoms ranging from mild fatigue to severe exhaustion.
- L-carnitine helps preserve the integrity of mitochondria, which are the "engines" of the cells. This is a direct anti-aging function, thereby facilitating the ability of a cell to produce energy. Furthermore, individuals with chronic fatigue have consistently low levels of L-carnitine. This amino acid helps to keep the power of the brain, which means that it helps significantly to cope with stress in a more efficient manner. It acts as a buffer against oxidative stress, allowing nerves to tolerate higher levels of stress more efficiently. Another form of stress is the condition of low oxygen and low blood sugar that is often found in people with poor circulation and poor eating habits. L-carnitine has been shown to prevent injuries to the nerves, even in this condition of stress.
For whom is Anti Stress Intravenous Therapy recommended?
It is recommended for all people with varying degrees of stress. Anti Stress Intravenous Therapy is ideal for those suffering from fatigue, lack of energy, fatigue, decreased cognitive functions, high level of physical or mental stress.
How Anti Stress Intravenous Therapy is administered?
As the name implies, it is administered intravenously, that is, these nutrients are directly dumped into the bloodstream in order to exert its action almost immediately.Before this administration, you should make a proper checkup with the doctor in which he must confirm the reduction of these compounds in the body, so that this therapy can exert its benefits.Administration of these compounds is performed in a completely ambulatory clinic.In our clinic we use only the most advanced therapies. Our wide selection of nutritional intravenous therapy - vitamins, minerals and amino acids - can be tailored to your individual needs.
What are the risks of the Anti Stress Intravenous Therapy?
The risk of bruising is very limited. However, the application of this therapy is performed by trained personnel.