Why is IV Therapy better than taking vitamins orally?
The injection of vitamins and hydration into the bloodstream for immediate absorption by the body is known as IV therapy. Because IV therapy bypasses the digestive system, it achieves 90-100 percent absorption. For example, IV treatment can provide you with an immediate and effective dose of substances that boost your immunity, such as Vitamin C and Vitamin B12. These vitamins are significantly more potent when administered intravenously (IV) rather than orally.
Who is a good candidate for IV Drip Therapy?
IV Drip therapy is a good option for people who have a nutritional deficiency or medical conditions that make it difficult to obtain their daily nutrients through diet. This treatment has the potential to be extremely beneficial in terms of maintaining good health, correcting deficiencies, and preventing other health issues. You are most likely a good candidate if you have any of the following conditions:
A consultation is required before you sit down for an IV Drip to determine whether this treatment is a good fit for your health concerns. We also recommend that you talk to your doctor about your medical history, current medications, and medical concerns. With that information, our staff at The DRIPBaR in Sandy Utah can create an IV treatment tailored to your specific needs that will be designed to relieve your symptoms and improve your overall wellness.
Feeds Cells More
Intravenous nutrients enter straight into the blood stream instead of the much slower digestive tract.
Supports Organs And
Optimal nutrient absorption allows organs and drainage pathways to function at a peak level.
Antioxidants provided in drips help the body fight disease and injury by binding to free radicals.
Intravenous antioxidants and nutrients are fully absorbed into the cells to boost the immune system.
Will insurance cover the cost of IV treatment?
For our IV treatments, we do not accept private insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid. We provide a range of affordable pricing options to ensure that our IV therapy at our Sandy Utah location is accessible to all.
How frequently should you do IV vitamin therapy?
We must first determine what you actually require before we can determine the best rate for how frequently you should do IV vitamin therapy. This process starts with a consultation during which we learn about your health needs, any diagnoses you’ve received, and how you’re feeling in general. This gives us an idea of what we should test for and can help us develop the best plan for you.
How long does it take to get an IV Infusion?
The average IV infusion therapy session lasts 45 minutes to an hour. This therapy entails creating a saline-based IV cocktail of vitamins and minerals, which is then administered via an IV drip. The IV will be placed inside your elbow or on the back of your hand, allowing the IV mixture to enter your bloodstream directly.
What are The DRIPBaR in Sandy Utah's most popular IV therapy treatments?
The DRIPBaR in Sandy Utah offers a variety of IV lifestyle or wellness drips, including the “Flu Fighter,” which can help with common cold symptoms, and High C, which is frequently prescribed to cancer patients. We also have a variety of Quick Shots that can help give your body a boost. One of our most well-liked IV drips The “Allstar” can help you before and after a big race, whereas the “Shield” drip boosts your immune system. The “Powerpack” drip for increased energy and the “NAD+” drip for anti-aging are two other very popular drips we offer. Not sure what IV drip would benefit you the most? Don’t worry, our staff is happy to listen to your needs and give you recommendations on what IV treatments they think would meet your health requirements.
Are IV treatments safe?
In general, the side effects of IV treatments are either non-existent or very mild. You may experience some discomfort, bruising, itching, inflammation, or redness at or near the injection site on occasion, which could last from a few minutes to several days. True allergic reactions, on the other hand, are extremely rare.