IV VITAMIN therapy
Look your best with IV Nutrient Therapy Treatment and feel the difference hydration can make!
• Improves overall health
• Provides essential nutrients
• Boosts immunity
• Boosts energy
• Improves mood
• Removes free radicals
• Rids body of toxins
• Boosts metabolism
• Stabilizes blood sugar
• Boosts fat burning
• Increases collagen
• Faster surgery recovery
* Results may vary.
Of Americans are chronically dehydrated.
drop in water levels in the body can cause a 25-30% loss in energy.
drop in water levels in the body can cause fuzzy thinking, brain fog, and a slower metabolism.
of IV fluids is the equivalent of drinking 2 gallons of water.
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what is IV therapy?
IV therapy has been used for decades in hospitals to treat a range of conditions from dehydration to nutrient-absorption disorders.
IV therapy is a method of feeding vitamins, minerals, and amino acids directly into the bloodstream to correct intracellular nutrient deficiencies. Oral intakes of such high doses is simply not possible due to absorption limitations from the digestive process. Patients can receive up to 10 times the nutrients in one treatment as they could get orally in one day.
Everyone can benefit from vitamin drips! Today, most people are under chronic stress, not getting enough sleep or adequate nutrition, feeling run-down, tired, and in pain. IV therapy is a great way to address any deficiencies in vitamins or minerals and reach optimal nutrient levels and hydration status.
Frequently Asked Questions
What age ranges do you offer classes for?
For our kids programme we allow children from 5 years - 15* years
Do I need prior experience?
No not at all. Most of the students who join our programme have had absolutely zero experience.
Do I need to be fit before I join?
No you don't need to be fit. You just need be in a healthy state.
Where are you located?
We are located at:
For more information about receiving IV therapy in the North Alabama area, call us today. We have offices in Huntsville and Athens.