IV Nutrition Therapy
Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine
IV Nutrition Therapy
The intravenous nutraceutical services provided have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The material on this website is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice. Always consult your physician before beginning any therapy program. Any designations or references to therapies are for marketing purposes only.
IV Nutrition Packages
Why Use IV Nutrition Therapy?
As part of the approach to holism and wellness, ShaMynds offers another source to improve your physical and mental health. This includes intravenous therapies for a wide variety of conditions.
IV Nutrition Therapy FAQs
Prior to receiving any of these therapies, a physical history will need to be completed to determine if intravenous vitamin/nutrient replenishment is safe for you.
This history will include a risk assessment, medications you are currently taking, and certain disease states that would need consideration prior to infusion therapy.
Safety is of utmost importance always. We take your vitals before and after the infusion, use only staff trained in intravenous infusions and monitor you during your session. Sometimes, we may make a recommendation for blood work or other testing prior to an infusion.
After an IV therapy, it is usually a good idea to:
- Avoid alcohol for a while to allow your liver to recover from the toxin load from your cells.
- Drinks lots of water to flush things out.
- If you have diarrhea-like symptoms, do not take anti-diarrheal but let the body dispose of as much stool as it needs to.
- If you have constipation type symptoms, take high dose oral vitamin C and magnesium which can cause loose motion.
- Take a magnesium salt bath. The magnesium can help draw out more toxins from your skin, speeding up the process of toxin extraction.
If you are familiar with intermittent fasting, it’s a good thing to try to let your digestive system take a break and do the fast. Alternatively, consider going on a bone broth day. The fat and protein in the broth should keep you satiated. If you would like to do a juice fast instead, do include lots of vegetables in it as a fruit only juice can make you feel worse (due to its effect on insulin). Add some organic coconut oil to it to slow down absorption of glucose.
You can continue with the various cocktails and make sure that you inform the center if you experience side effects, if any.
Request Your Consultation Today
If you are a patient who is dealing with a treatment-resistant mood disorder or chronic pain condition, then you may be a good candidate for ketamine infusion therapy. Contact our experts today and request your free consultation or would like more information about how we can help you.