Intravenous infusion (detox, re-hydration, well-being)

Intravenous infusion (detox, re-hydration, well-being)

Due to work stress, tiredness, recurrent infections, poor quality fruit and vegetables, the diet of fast food and other factors, we may lack essential nutrients that may lead to premature ageing, poor quality of life, susceptibility to infections and depression.

NHS settings use Vitamins, minerals and amino acid infusions for various health concerns. Conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome, migraines, eating disorders, long-term chronic illnesses, withdrawal syndromes from drug and alcohol misuse, and digestive disorders have responded positively to the Vitamin and Minerals cocktail treatment. In private salon/clinic settings, many people also use IV vitamin therapy for quick re-hydration after an intense sporting event, such as running a marathon, surgery, or parturition, to cure a hangover or improve skin clarity.

IV therapy

IV therapy is essential for clients who cannot eat nutritious food or have an illness that interferes with nutrient absorption, such as coeliac disease, IBS or colostomy.

IV infusion may also help correct dehydration after extreme exercise, drugs or alcohol intake, boosting the immune system, increasing energy levels, and reducing nausea. However, it’s important to note that most people can get enough of these nutrients from a balanced diet. Besides, we do not recommend the long-term usage of IV vitamin drips.

For an infusion, vitamins, minerals, amino acids or specifically tailored cocktails are added to a solution containing the same salt concentration as your blood to aid absorption and delivered directly to the target organs and cells by blood circulation. There may be some bruising to the injection site. The procedure takes 20 to 30 minutes to administer.

Possible Risks and Complications

Intravenous detoxification is a safe, standard procedure performed by a trained nurse practitioner. Risks and complications are rare, but a small percentage of patients may experience a swelling, burning sensation, discomfort or cooling sensation. Phlebitis (the inflammation) of veins caused by trauma during IV insertion, bruising to the injection site may also occur.


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