Myer’s Cocktail is a widely accepted beneficial form of IV therapy. Just like in a medical setting, the IV is used to deliver fluids, except instead of providing medication, the IV drip, when used in Myer’s Cocktail IV therapy, is used to deliver vitamins, minerals, and fluids.
Myer’s cocktail IV therapy blends a perfectly crafted Vitamin C, B Complex, Magnesium, and Calcium mix. This mixture of nutrients has been shown to have positive results when used to manage issues such as:
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Adrenal Fatigue
- Respiratory Problems
Moreover, Myer’s cocktail IV therapy helps boost your energy levels, supports your immune system, and even lets you eliminate the pain caused by hangovers. Delivering the nutrients through an IV allows them to bypass the digestive system, which can result in slower absorption of the fluids and nutrients and a much smaller dose of nutrients due to how the body absorbs vitamins and minerals. Through an IV drip, the nutrients are delivered directly into the bloodstream; this allows the body to absorb and use the vitamins and minerals much faster, at a higher concentration, and far more efficiently.
Is there anything you should do before Myer’s cocktail IV therapy?
Today, we’ll answer that question and go over any requirements you should consider before getting a Myer’s cocktail IV infusion.
Although Myer’s cocktail IV therapy is generally considered safe, the first thing to do before an IV infusion is to have a consultation to understand what exactly you are trying to achieve with the therapy. First, you’ll talk with a helpful staff member at SOHMA. Based on the discussion and your medical evaluation, you may need to consult your primary care provider. This is an excellent opportunity to ask about Myer’s cocktail IV therapy.
You need to be as detailed as possible during this evaluation, as we want to ensure everything goes smoothly. An individualized treatment plan is crafted based on allergies, sensitivities, and overall wellness.
Most IV therapy sessions only take between 30 to 45 minutes while you’re receiving the fluids. During which you just need to sit back and enjoy the infusion. For this, many patients recommend dressing comfortably and warmly. Preferably short-sleeved shirts to make it easier for the IV to be attached. While some patients will bring their tablets, headphones, or a book to help pass the time, it’s not uncommon for people to feel relaxed during IV therapy when they take a short nap.
Make Sure To Have Ample Time
As previously stated, IV therapy usually takes less than an hour. However, for many first-time patients, providing enough time after the infusion is recommended to see how your body reacts. This would be the time to check if there is an unknown allergen. This is also the ideal time to check for the infrequent side effects of Myer’s cocktail IV therapy.
In most cases, your body will need time to absorb the nutrients properly, especially after your first time. Though you don’t need to clear your entire schedule, you should make enough time to experience the immediate results.
Take the Next Step In Improving Your Health by Contacting SOHMA Integrative Medicine
Our goal is to help you improve your health. You can contact us and ask about the Myers Cocktail, IV Therapy, Chiropractic care, or how our other health service lines can help you with your journey to improved health.
Located in Long Beach, CA, we help individuals from the surrounding cities.
We look forward to helping you take the next step to better health.