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IV Therapy New at YM!

By March 5, 2018No Comments

IVRx—premium IV therapy medicine—is more than just a cure for hangovers. This cutting-edge treatment has multiple benefits that positively impact the whole being and promote an overall sense of well-being. Continue reading to learn more about the power of IV therapy.


IV Therapies Improve symptoms of Cancer and Autoimmune Disease

Early clinical studies showed that high-dose vitamin C—given by intravenous and oral routes—may improve symptoms and prolong life in patients with terminal cancer. IV therapy is also becoming a promising treatment for individuals with autoimmune conditions. IV treatments before and after flare-ups help diminish the significant pain and discomfort the body experiences from these episodes.


Hydration Positively Affects the Mood

In two recent studies, researchers tested the effects of dehydration on both men and women. The results indicated that mild dehydration led to difficulty with mental tasks and caused fatigue, tension, and anxiety. Dehydration also played a role in detrimentally affecting the mood. This effect on the mood was found to be more significant in women rather than men.

Most people wait until they are thirsty before drinking water—it’s too late at this point. When you feel thirsty, that means you are already experiencing mild dehydration (1.5% loss of normal water volume in the body). Your mood, energy, and cognitive abilities have already been compromised.

IVRx safely gives an abundant supply of water, electrolytes, and other micronutrients depending on the specific therapy to help avoid daily dehydration. Patients feel an immediate impact on their well-being including their physical and mental state for days. Regular IV therapy ensures you will be at your optimal wellness.


It Helps with Perimenopause and Menopause

The sudden change during this period brings with it the increased chance of becoming dehydrated. Because of the excessive sweating brought on by hot flashes and night sweats, perimenopausal and menopausal women need to drink more water to remain hydrated.

According to the Mayo Clinic, the average adult loses about 10 cups of water per day. Due to night sweats and hot flashes, it’s likely that perimenopausal and menopausal women lose even more. Additionally, during “the change” some women have been known to experience dizziness. This can be attributed to hormonal fluctuations—however, dizziness is also a symptom of dehydration.

Worried about your appearance? Water can help there too. Dehydration can result in dry skin that is saggy and wrinkled, and as we age we are less able to conserve water.


Contact YM Today for your IVRx treatment

Contact us today to learn more about what IV therapy can do for you. It can be an excellent addition to a customized anti-aging treatment. You’ll feel like an entirely new you—fast.

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