Immune Recovery IV in Tucson, AZ
Hydration and Immunity
Exercise has been shown to improve your immune system. A strong immune system means fewer sick days & more energy. Proper hydration is necessary to maintaining a strong immune system and staying healthy. Being hydrated offers many benefits for immunity:
- Oxygenates the blood – With your muscles and organs working at their best, your immune system will work at its best.
- Flushes out toxins – A build-up of toxins slows your immune system.
- Helps with lymph production – Lymph carries immune system cells throughout the body.
- Moistens eyes and mouth – Moisture helps your eyes and mouth stay clean and fight infections.
- Our immune boosting IV hydration treatment provides 11 essential nutrients to support your immune system. After a short 30-minute treatment in our relaxed spa setting, you’ll be ready to face the world without worrying about getting sick.
Immune support starts with you.
Finding the time to build better immune health isn’t always easy, but Renewed Medical Health has the resources needed to aid you in your journey to improve your immunity. IV therapy for allergies supports your immune system, reduces inflammation and flushes out allergens to provide natural relief from seasonal allergy symptoms.
Going to the gym, not smoking, and avoiding alcoholic drinks are all reasonable ways to fight immune deficiency, but busy days, second hand smoke, and social gatherings can all put a damper on your efforts. You don’t need to dramatically alter your schedule to bring effective immune system boosters into your life. Along with our Immune Boost IV therapy, try these three easy steps to improve your health and immunity.
Step 1: Consider “C”
Building your diet is one of the most important weapons you have against disease. Enhancing your immune function is as easy as finding the right balance of Vitamin C in your life. Citrus fruits are amazing immune boosting foods and natural sources of this important vitamin. Next time you’re at the grocery store, shop with a view to boosting your vitamin C levels and you’ll be on your way to boosting your immune system.
Step 2: Get Out
Vitamin D is one of the most important vitamins for an immune system. Your body creates vitamin D using UV light absorbed through your skin. Drinking milk is another great way to get Vitamin D into your system. Try to spend 15 to 30 minutes a day in the sun to gain the benefits of preventing and treating certain diseases. Eating outside during your break at work or going for a walk when you get home are great examples of daily efforts you can make to help improve your immune system. Don’t forget sunscreen!
Step 3: Stress Relief
We get it: stress is unavoidable, but it can have a huge impact on your body. Starting at home, get the sleep you need. By increasing the amount of sleep you get to at least 7 hours a night, you will be able to reduce your stress, mood disturbance, and fatigue. Sleeping gives your body the time it needs to repair and revive itself. Sleep for your immune system!
Upon consultation and evaluation, the physician will develop an individualized treatment plan and suggest an appropriate IV 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.