Intravita IV Vitamin Boost - Marsh Medical Skin Clinic

Intravita Vitamin Infusions

Here at Marsh Medical Skin Clinic, we’re proud to be one of Huddersfield’s first clinics to offer this state of the art treatment.

 

What is an IV Vitamin infusion?

Intravenous Vitamin Therapy is the infusion of vitamins and minerals directly into the vein. It is administered through a drip system as this is one of the fastest ways to deliver fluids and vitamins to the body. The drip infusions are created to assist with different concerns and consist of a solution vitamins of minerals. The nutrients are administered in a bag that is dripped slowly taking around 30- 45 minutes.

 

Benefits of IV Vitamin Infusion

Intravenous hydration and nutrient therapy have been used in mainstream medicine for over 50 years. The relative ease of administration and effectiveness versus alternative oral therapy makes this the clinical gold standard in supplementation.

There are a variety of reported health benefits associated with Intravenous Vitamin Therapy. While this treatment is strictly not performed to cure or treat any medical conditions, many healthy people avail of the treatment as it enhances overall well being and leaves  you feeling great. The benefits of the treatment can sometimes be noticed straight away as the nutrients go straight into the blood stream. This allows nutrients to be get delivered directly to cells throughout the bloodstream without having to go through the gut which will reduce the effectiveness purely by working through the digestive system.

You may benefit from IV Vitamin infusions if any of the following apply to you:

  • You have a stressful lifestyle and work long hours
  • You travel a lot
  • You work out intensively and are strict with your dietary intake
  • You are unhappy with your skin or hair condition
  • You suffer with low energy levels
  • You are planning a detox

Find out more about the Intravita Vitamin options available

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