IV Vitamin Infusion Therapy


IV Infusion

Novo Aesthetics and Connecticut Pain Solutions are excited to announce the introduction of IV Infusion Therapy to our growing, multi-dimensional practice.

Almost 60 years ago, Johns Hopkins physician Dr. John Myers formulated an injectable “cocktail” of key vitamins to help address several conditions. The vitamins are administered intravenously, meaning they reach the bloodstream directly, which in turn means they can be absorbed by the body faster in higher concentrations. The intravenous route is the fastest way to deliver fluids, energy-boosting vitamins, electrolytes, minerals, and medicine to your body. An IV drip works rapidly to restore your body to optimum hydration, flush out toxins and provide support to your immune system. The contents of the drips vary depending on the patient's aim, but many, including the popular “Myers' cocktail”, contains magnesium, vitamin C, calcium and some B vitamins for optimum results.

With the high demand for this treatment and its therapeutic effectiveness, people have become more inclined to try IV infusion therapy. IV infusion therapy is given to people with migraines, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, dehydration, as well as those who want a nutritional, athletic, energy, beauty or immunity boost.

Due to its increasing popularity, IV infusions have rapidly become a recognized health trend around the world. Many actors, athletes, and models have also joined this movement for the health, beauty, anti-aging benefits, and restorative and energy-boosting properties.

IV infusion therapy will allow you to push past your body’s limits, to work longer and harder while staying sharp and in top shape. The effects of this treatment are almost instantaneous — in 30 minutes you can detoxify and recover from the symptoms of overindulgence, and overcome the effects of a long flight, the flu, or an accumulation of sleepless nights.

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