1What is IV nutrition therapy?
Receiving the proper nutrients is vital to your health. At every level of your body, from the cellular level on up, nutrients provide the fuel your body needs in order to function. Deficits in any one area can have a cascading effect on your entire body.
While daily multivitamins can help close the gap, IV nutrition therapy delivers concentrated doses of the nutrients you need directly into your bloodstream, bypassing your wasteful digestive system. Your blood delivers the nutrients to every part of your body, providing an energy boost to your cells.
2What nutrients do I need?
This is a tough question to answer because your nutritional needs change throughout your life. From developing children to aging adults, nutritional intake should continually adapt to best support the stage of life you’re in.
Before your IV nutrition therapy, Dr. Amir sits down with you to discuss the specific nutrients he administers and how they benefit you.
3What are the benefits of IV nutrition therapy on my skin?
IV nutrition does your body a world of good on a large scale. After therapy, you will feel full of energy as your body absorbs the fuel. And while you’re feeling great, the nutrients are also going to work to jumpstart systems that may have slowed due to poor nutrition, such as cell regeneration.
As the most exposed section of your body, your skin is constantly hard at work, defending you against injury and disease. When Dr. Amir administers a concentrated dose of nutrients, your skin receives the support it needs, and you end up with glowing, vibrant skin as a result.
4How often do I need IV nutrition therapy?
There’s no one answer to this question as it depends on your individual nutritional needs. Dr. Amir often recommends a wait-and-see approach. After your first IV therapy, you can monitor the effects it has on your body, which will tell you when it’s time to refuel.
To learn more about the benefits of IV nutrition therapy, call City Dermatology Skin Institute, or use the online booking tool to schedule a visit.