Fatigue makes you feel like you’re living in a fog. It can affect your career, education, relationships, and just about every aspect of your life. Fatigue can even put your safety and well-being at risk.
Sometimes, fatigue is temporary, like the tiredness you feel after a cold or flu. Other times, your lack of energy could be due to a more serious health condition. If you are fighting fatigue that can’t be cured with a good night’s rest, you may want to see if you can successfully recover with IV therapy.
An IV can provide you with the vitamins and minerals you need to restore your energy. It goes straight to the bloodstream—infused during a treatment session that usually lasts less than an hour—for immediate relief. Some patients who undergo IV treatment for tiredness report feeling a surge of energy, enhanced mental focus, and a lift in their mood. Here’s a closer look at fatigue and IV therapy.
Causes of Fatigue
There are several reasons why you could be feeling run down and operating with less-than-optimal energy:
- Illness or a weak immune system
- Chronic pain (such as arthritis)
- Jet lag
- Excessive substance use
- Poor diet or exercise habits
- Mental health issues, such as anxiety or depression
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea or insomnia
- Medical conditions, such as cancer, diabetes, thyroid disorders, and fibromyalgia
Everyone needs sleep to rest and recharge, but some conditions make it difficult to get quality sleep. For instance, arthritic pain or stress may keep you up at night. That’s when IV therapy can be helpful. But first, discuss with your provide to determine if there’s an underlying health condition causing your fatigue and if IV infusions can supplement your treatment plan.
Sleepiness and exhaustion are the most obvious signs of fatigue, but there are other symptoms, too:
- Mood swings
- Lack of concentration or focus
- A tendency to drift off during the day
- Muscle aches
- Problems with your eyesight
- Slower or uncoordinated movement
- Lack of enthusiasm
- Sleepiness in the morning after waking up
How You Can Recover with IV Therapy
Not only is IV therapy fast-acting, but it also restores balance to your body to re-energize you, so you feel recharged. IVs contain rich hydrating solutions, which help if you’re dehydrated from a late night out or an illness (dehydration can be another cause of fatigue).
Your IVs can also contain vitamin and mineral supplements that can help alleviate tiredness by addressing particular health concerns. For example, vitamin C and zinc can strengthen weak immune systems. We offer a complete menu of nutritional custom IVs. A few of our most popular are:
Difucan IVs (Wonderful to assist with sugar cravings and weight loss)
IVs are especially versatile because patients can customize them with certain supplements and medications – it’s a simple, straightforward treatment. All you have to do is sit back and relax. About 30 to 45 minutes later, the IV provider will remove the IV, and you can go about the rest of your day with no downtime.
If you’re tired of being tired, take action against fatigue. Learn how this innovative treatment can help you feel refreshed and ready to get back on your feet.
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