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While it may sound like something ICU patients alone can receive, drip IV therapy is among the most popular aesthetic procedures now available. This treatment provides the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants the human body needs to function and feel revitalized. Plus, the direct delivery of nutrients to the bloodstream bypasses the digestive system, which dilutes the nutrients people consume orally. Vitamin IV therapy promotes weight loss, cleanses the body of toxins, increases energy levels, and more.

Below, we detail the purpose and benefits of this aesthetic service:

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Although offered by ENT and facial specialists, IV therapy exists in a distinct vein from their other services. For instance, cosmetic surgery enhances one’s appearance and requires a specialized operation; IV therapy can improve appearance as well as nutrition, mood, mental health, and more. The IV procedure is also straightforward and involves the same steps for all patients.

Among its physical health benefits, IV therapy can augment weight loss efforts. The degree of weight loss varies from patient to patient, but it results from the supplements in each IV treatment. Common IV therapy supplements include B vitamins, vitamin C, and minerals like calcium and magnesium. Balanced nutrient levels allow the body to control appetite and remain satisfied for longer periods of time. 

Alleviates Hangover Symptoms

Another physical health benefit of IV therapy: hangover treatment. Hangovers result from dehydration, poor-quality sleep, and digestive irritation—all of which IV therapy treats. The solution replenishes the body’s water supply and furnishes electrolytes that relieve exhaustion, dizziness, and thirst.

Treats Nutrient Deficiencies & Body Toxins

Individuals with eating restrictions or strict diets—such as those with Celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome, or cystic fibrosis—can use IV therapy to get the nutrients they lack. Furthermore, the treatment supports those who simply feel too sick to eat due to a hangover or a significant illness.

In addition to supplying critical vitamins for the body, IV therapy flushes out toxins and free radicals. The latter substances damage body cells, promote aging, and cause numerous health conditions and diseases. Thus, drip IV therapy can have a long-term positive impact on your livelihood.

Enhances Cardiovascular Health

Depending on the solution, IV therapy can also provide some critical amino acids—calcium, tri amino, arginine, and magnesium sulfate—that benefit cardiovascular health. Over time, these aminos lower blood pressure, strengthen bones, and help keep the body running smoothly as it ages.

Eases Anxiety

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Finally, the magnesium sulfate found in IV solutions lowers not only blood pressure but also anxiety. This electrolyte can promote relaxation, help produce better sleep, relax muscles, support the immune system, and prevent headaches—all of which put the body at ease. Of course, these effects fade over time, so consider returns visit to refresh your body.

Invigorating Aesthetic Procedures Available for Gaithersburg, MD, Residents!

Compared to its vast health benefits, vitamin IV therapy’s time commitment is minimal. You need only schedule an appointment with ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery Specialists of Shady Grove, a provider of professional aesthetic procedures for Gaithersburg, MD. In addition to aesthetic services, our team offers sinus and allergy care, audiology and hearing aids, laser treatments, eyelash extensions, and much more. Visit our website to learn more or call (301) 719-5649 to schedule your appointment today!

Suzel Hall

Suzel Siller Hall, M.D. is dedicated to providing exceptional care for her patients. She became part of the Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialists family after moving to Washington, D.C. from her home state of Texas in 2011. She received a bachelor of arts in English from the University of Texas at Austin. She then received her doctor of medicine degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. She completed an internship in General Surgery and residency in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Following residency, Dr. Hall joined the Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery faculty at the University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio as an Assistant Professor.

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