Feeling stressed out? Frequently experience fatigue or ailments like the common cold?
Found in foods like sweet potatoes, oranges, and broccoli, vitamin C is an antioxidant that can fight oxidative stress and support your health in numerous ways. Unfortunately, only a fraction of the vitamin C you eat is absorbed by the body.
Vitamin C IV therapy works around this absorption issue to go above and beyond for your health.
By delivering the vitamin directly to your bloodstream, Vitamin C IV Therapy bypasses your digestive system to supply your body with the nutrient it needs for a strong immune system, collagen production, and increased energy.
Vitamin C IV therapy is the intravenous (into a vein) delivery of vitamin C. Also known as ascorbate or L-ascorbic acid, vitamin C is a water-soluble antioxidant that can combat oxidative stress.
Oxidative stress is the imbalance of antioxidants and free radicals that causes damage to DNA, lipids, proteins, and tissues, which may lead to disease. Vitamin C can beat oxidative stress by providing electrons to free radicals.
Vitamin C helps to synthesize tissue-strengthening collagen, immune system cells called cytokines, and healing lysine and proline enzymes. It can help create carnitine, which brings fats into your cell’s mitochondria to produce energy. The vitamin also helps you burn fat, and keeps your blood sugar levels stable. Additionally, vitamin C may play a role in controlling stress levels by helping the adrenal glands create hormones.
Vitamin C IV therapy is used for treatment of:
First, Dr. Cabrera will review your medical history to determine if Vitamin C IV therapy is right for you.
As the Vitamin C IV infusion protocol is delivered, you can relax, read, play on your phone, or watch TV. The entire session may last about an hour.
Your vitamin C levels may be sustained for up to 2 weeks after your infusion. Dr. Cabrera will inform you of when you can expect results, as well as when you’ll require another treatment.
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