Most vitamins perform functions that cannot be achieved by other nutrients, and they facilitate a multitude of the body’s mechanisms. What’s more, vitamins help prevent — and even treat — certain diseases like heart problems, eye and skin disorders, and high cholesterol levels. We all know vitamins are essential nutrients the body needs, but what does each one do? Let’s take a look at what functions some important vitamins carry out, how they benefit overall health and ways to up your intake.
Six crucial vitamins for overall health and wellness include:
One of the best — and fastest — ways to get the vitamins you need is via IV therapy. IV therapy administers vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream, thus enabling you to absorb more nutrients as you bypass the digestion process. In addition to delivering vitamins, IV treatments alleviate dehydration and help provide relief from symptoms associated with major hangovers, fatigue, migraines, depression, viruses, colds, flu, asthma, allergies, fibromyalgia, chronic sinusitis and more. IV therapy can also aid in weight loss and boost skin health.
At Lone Star IV Medics, our IV therapy provides the body with easy access to a wide range of essential vitamins and minerals, such as:
Depending on your needs, we can recommend an IV cocktail with just a few vitamins or our entire range. Our goal is always to provide treatment tailored to your symptoms.
An IV drip is a safe and efficient way to get the vitamins and minerals you need to recover from illness or overexertion quickly. As the best IV therapy service in Texas, Lone Star IV Medics will provide you with several choices for IV treatments — all within the comfort of your own home.
Our IV therapy costs range from $100 to $175, making this in-home treatment both fast and affordable. Additional saline can be added for $50, and add-ins like vitamins can be supplemented for $25 apiece. Contact Lone Star IV Medics today to get the vitamin boost you need or request more information about our in-home IVs. Appointments can be made online or by calling or texting (214) 470-2008.