Calming IV

Calming IV in Tucson, AZ

IV hydration therapy with essential vitamins helps control stress levels so you feel more relaxed.

Renewed Medical Health & Beauty infusion delivers 12 essential nutrients directly into your bloodstream for maximum absorption to calm the body and eliminate moodiness, irritability and other signs of stress. With a simple IV hydration session at Renewed Medical Health & Beauty medical spa, your body gets everything it needs to relax so you can get back to your daily activities without feeling stressed.

Magnesium and Stress

Magnesium is an essential mineral for regulating the body’s stress responses. Magnesium also boosts GABA levels (low magnesium and low GABA can make it hard to relax). Our stress relief IV therapy includes magnesium, glutathione and other beneficial supplements.

Along with IV hydration for stress relief, our Pima County medical spa offers anti-stress vitamin shots for a quick boost of nutrients to help you relax. We also provide sleep aid hydration treatments to promote deeper, healthier sleep and reduce your anxiety. Discuss your problem with our specialists to determine the best treatment for you.

Upon consultation and evaluation, the physician will develop an individualized treatment plan and suggest an appropriate IV detoxification procedure. A trained nurse will then insert an IV into the vein (usually in the arm or wrist), through which the appropriate vitamin, mineral, amino acid, or a combination of them will be slowly infused into the bloodstream.

Patients sit comfortably throughout the procedure, which can last between 45 minutes to an hour.

Based on various reports, iv therapy has some immediate, invigorating effect. However, repeated infusion may be necessary to achieve optimum health results. This is especially true for drug and alcohol therapy, wherein physical withdrawal has to be addressed.

iv therapy is a safe, standard procedure and is guaranteed to be successful when performed by trained medical experts. Risks and complications are rare, but a small percentage of patients may experience swelling, burning sensation, tightness on skin, discomfort, or cooling sensation and blanching. Phlebitis, or the inflammation of veins caused by trauma during IV insertion, may also occur but rarely happens.

The effects of stress on the body vary depending on the person and their level of stress. While some stress can be a good thing by keeping you alert and focused, excessive stress often leads to exhaustion, sickness, and a wide variety of symptoms.

Some of the most common physical, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral signs of stress may include:

  • Headaches
  • Upset stomach
  • Fatigue
  • High blood pressure
  • Chest pain
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Aching muscles
  • Hives or rash
  • Teeth clenching or grinding
  • Depression
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Pessimism
  • Forgetfulness/disorganization
  • Over-eating or not eating enough
  • Increased alcohol, cigarette, or drug use

Chronic stress can also worsen or contribute to serious physical or mental health problems.