IV Drip treatment

What is an IV Drip?

An IV drip is a type of intravenous treatment that is slowly infused into the bloodstream via a plastic catheter inserted into the vein.
To administer an IV Drip, a small plastic tube (catheter) is inserted into a vein using a needle that is then quickly removed once the plastic tube is advanced into the vein.
IV Drips are performed for 45-60 minutes and an average of 250-1000 ml of fluids are injected per session.
During a drip, clients can read, work or relax.

IV Drip Therapy is the fastest way to deliver nutrients throughout the body because it bypasses the digestive system and goes directly into the organs, resulting in a 90-100% absorption rate (as opposed to only 20-50% possible orally).

With one-third of UK workers experiencing anxiety, depression or stress (according to a PwC survey), it’s not a coincidence there is a growing need for preventative and therapeutic IV vitamin clinics, that help to boost energy levels and stimulate the immune system.

The benefits will differ depending on the condition treated, the protocol used, the overall health of the client, and how many treatments are done. Some reported benefits include:

* Stronger immunity (warding off a cold or flu)
* Enhanced mood
* Increased sports recovery time
* More energy
* Improved concentration and mental focus
* Increased calmness and relaxation
* Balanced blood sugar
* Improved sleep patterns
* Improved jet lag
* Improved hangover
* Reduced instances of migraines
* Boosted fertility and hormonal imbalance
* Improved complexion
* Reduced signs of aging