Using IV Therapy for Anti-Aging Treatment
iv therapy or intravenous therapy is a form of treatment where nutrients are provided to the body from within the veins through infusion especially when it is not possible to send the same vitamins, minerals and other nutrition through the diet. This is also one of the methods used by an anti aging clinic so that the nutrients going into the body can be controlled. The intravenous therapy can also be used for a wide variety of other treatments for those suffering from malnutrition because of a poor immune system or poor digestion of the food that they consume.
This form of therapy is used most when the cells are trapped in a cycle where they are too weak to perform their functions while the cells transporting nutrients are weak too, unable to send across the nutrients that the body needs. The aging process is expedited causing premature aging due to improper sleep patterns combined with excessive stress and lack of proper nutrition for the body. The same conditions can also lead to illness and tiredness. This is when the body needs a healthy dose of vitamins, phytochemicals, antioxidants and some essential fatty acids, all of which are significantly important for the body in one way or the other.
When the therapy is used to pass on all the essential ingredients, then the aging process is slowed down to a certain extent through repair of the damaged caused to the body. However, one has to be careful when resorting to these treatments and consider the pros and cons as well before going for it. For example, you may be subjecting yourself to the risk of infection or even inflammation of the veins. In some cases, when the fluids injected in the body go in at a higher rate than the capacity of the body to absorb them, blood pressure can build up even causing heart failure.
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