What is Infusion Therapy?
In recent times, both practitioners of integrative medicine and patients are recognizing the benefits of Infusion Therapy with solutions such as Myers Cocktail which FirstCare offers to Poughkeepsie, Highland New Paltz patients. Infusions are IV therapies to help them with a wide range of medical issues. Myers’ Cocktail IV therapy is one such option that delivers a mix of vital vitamins and other nutrients to make up for deficiencies patients may have. Licensed practitioners administer the restorative serum directly into the patient’s bloodstream by way of IV injection. Research shows that several medical problems respond well to this therapeutic remedy.
Myers’ Cocktail Offers a Mix of Vitamins
Myers’ Cocktail was first developed by John Myers MD, a physician practicing out of Baltimore. He helped patients by giving them a 10mL injection that contained a blend of vitamins and essential nutrients.
Depending on the kind of medical problem, patients received the injection once or twice a week, or once a month. Here are the principle components which are proven to be safe.
Vitamins B and B Complex including Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B12
Myers’ Cocktail IV Therapy Helps with Various Medical Conditions
IV therapy is effective in helping you manage various illnesses because they supplement the effects of regular medications. In fact, in case of conditions like fibromyalgia, Myers’ Cocktail IV therapy has helped patients get relief from the pain with none of the side effects that typical Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammation Drugs (NSAIDs) have. You can consider getting the therapy for ailments like:
Acute and chronic fatigue
Acute asthma attacks
Acute muscle spasms
Upper respiratory tract infections and
Depression and chronic stress
Chronic Disease of any type
Low immunity levels
Dieting programs and weight loss
Do keep in mind that different patients have unique responses to the treatment with some reporting relief from their symptoms for periods ranging from a few weeks to several months.
How Myers’ Cocktail Therapy is Administered
Should you sign up for therapy, know that the entire process may take around 45 minutes. A trained medical professional inserts a catheter into your vein and starts the Myers’ Cocktail IV drip. Over the next 20 to 30 minutes, the healing serum flows into your body reaching the cells directly. Since the vitamins bypass the digestive system entirely, they have a more potent effect and work to rejuvenate your cells almost instantly. You can choose to get therapy once or twice a week and expect to see positive results after the fourth session. When you start to feel the beneficial effects waning, you can request for follow-up infusions.
Does Myers Cocktail Have Side Effects?
Patients getting Myers’ Cocktail IV therapy rarely have any side effects. All through the infusion, you’ll have a trained medical practitioner monitoring you. Possible after-effects can include slight soreness at the injection site and feelings of heat.
Magnesium is known to work as a vasodilator or expands blood vessels. As a result, the infusion may lower your blood pressure levels causing light-headedness. If you have any of these signs, the doctor will lower the rate at which the serum enters your body.
IV therapy containing Myers’ Cocktail can have many beneficial effects and boosts energy levels. Opt for the treatment and avail of its many positives.
Call FirstCare today for a consultation with Dr. Weinman. 845 691 3627. Ext 4