Vitamins and supplements are some of the most helpful things people can do to their bodies, diets, immunity, and overall wellbeing. And medically-supervised vitamin infusions are one of the most effective and well-regarded ways of getting that extra vitamin boost in a quick, effective, and safe way. With a myriad of vitamin infusion options ranging from Immunity Boost to Recover & Performance to the classic Myer’s Cocktail, people are loving how vitamin infusions can help improve quality of life and healthy living.
However, there are some things vitamin infusions CAN and CAN’T do. Like any medication, vitamins and supplements are used for specific purposes. It’s always a good idea to know what to expect and what treatment options are most helpful for you and your needs. So read below to learn more about vitamin infusions and what they can do for you!
Can Vitamin Infusions Cure Diseases?
Vitamin infusions are NOT intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. While vitamin infusions can provide relief, rejuvenation, and overall refreshment, vitamin infusions are not intended to cure anything nor replace medical advice in any way. It is always best to consult with a medical professional before trying vitamin infusions, particularly if you are looking for relief while going through a disease and/or other health situation. While vitamin infusions can help the body and mind in many ways, they are not meant to cure, treat, diagnose, or prevent anything.
I have a disease/medical issue/etc. Can VIT help me?
Vitamin infusions have helped provide relief for people suffering from asthma, migraines, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and more. However, VIT is not a one-size-fits-all wonder treatment that can help anyone. Vitamin infusion therapy generally increases people’s energy levels, detox their bodies, boost their immune systems, and relieve certain types of pain. For many, VIT is a solution to help cope with the discomforts, vitamin deficiencies, and fatigue that medical issues can bring along, but not necessarily the medical issue itself. While VIT is not meant to cure the medical issue itself, it can provide help and relief for those experiencing diseases, and other health related ailments.
Some athletes have started using vitamin infusions to help them rehydrate, recover, and build muscle faster and more naturally. Still more people have found that vitamin infusions even help them recover from hangovers faster. Overall, VIT treatment can help improve quality of life and general health.
How Else Can Vitamin Infusions Help Me?
Understanding what vitamin infusion therapy (VIT) is meant for can help you get the most from the treatment. There are many different services VIT can provide and many ailments VIT can help support the body with. Many people who seek VIT therapy find that it helps them relieve:
- Sinus/Respiratory Tract Infections
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Some types of asthma
- Balance some hormones
- And more
Additionally, many people seek out VIT therapy to help maintain a healthy lifestyle and give the body an overall boost. This includes things such as:
- Athletes or others who participate in extreme forms of exercise.
- Those looking to help replenish their bodies after alcohol intake.
- Anyone with an illness or disability that interferes with nutrient absorption.
- Anyone who struggles to eat enough food. (Note: if you are struggling to eat enough to function properly, contact your doctor. VIT is not food replacement, only a supplement, and therefore should not be treated as food replacement.)
- Anyone looking to boost their vitamin intake for healthier skin, hair, nails, etc.
- Anyone looking to boost their immunity.
- And more
It is important to keep in mind that VIT treatments are not a guarantee. VIT treatments can help replenish the body with vitamins, which can overall improve vitality.
Talk to your doctor and a VIT board-certified, experienced physician to learn what vitamin infusion therapy treatments can do for you!
Why Should I NOT Try Vitamin Infusion Therapy?
Anyone who has kidney, liver, or pancreatic problems will want to be wary of vitamin infusions, since they may not be able to filter as quickly as needed. People with certain heart or blood pressure challenges will also want to steer clear of vitamin infusions, since fluid overload could lead to dangerous complications. Pregnant and nursing women will also want to be cautious of VIT unless advised otherwise by a doctor.
And of course, like anything, there are side effects to VIT treatments such as infection, shock, and muscle spasms. However, side effects are greatly reduced when VIT is administered properly.
If you aren’t sure whether VIT would be right for you, talk to your doctor about whether VIT would be beneficial.
Where Can I Get Vitamin Infusions?
At Virginia Infusion Therapies, we offer a variety of vitamin infusion treatments for our patients. Our office is conveniently located in Leesburg, Virginia, near INOVA Loudoun Hospital.
If you are interested in receiving vitamin infusions at Virginia Infusions Therapies, we recommend learning about our vitamin infusion varieties. Talk with you primary care physician, then set up your appointment! We can’t wait to see you!