IV High Dose Vitamin C
Preparing for flu season? Gearing up for a big trip? Consider our High Dose IV Vitamin C.
At Neuro Wellness Spa, we are dedicated to helping our patients adopt healthy habits, manage their health conditions and use preventative services to feel their best physically and mentally. Our High Dose Vitamin C therapy can help you achieve just that.
Vitamin C has been linked to many impressive health benefits, such as boosting antioxidant levels, lowering blood pressure, protecting against gout attacks, improving iron absorption, boosting immunity, and reducing heart disease and dementia risk.
Whether it’s cold & flu season, the holidays or an important time for work or family, there’s nothing worse than feeling under the weather. Vitamin C boosts immunity in three key ways:
First, Vitamin C helps encourage the production of white blood cells known as lymphocytes and phagocytes, which help protect the body against infection. Second, Vitamin C helps these white blood cells function more effectively while protecting them from damage by potentially harmful molecules, such as free radicals. Third, vitamin C is an essential part of the skin’s defense system.
One of the main reasons people take vitamin C supplements is to boost immunity.
Fight Inflammation and Chronic Illness
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that can strengthen your body’s natural defenses and protect cells from harmful molecules called free radicals. When free radicals accumulate, they can promote a state known as oxidative stress, which has been linked to many chronic diseases.
One of the most important medical discoveries of the past two decades has been that the immune system and inflammatory processes are involved in not just a few select disorders, but a wide variety of mental and physical health problems including depression, heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and autoimmune and neurodegenerative conditions.
High dose vitamin C infusions increase your blood antioxidant levels and can help the body’s natural defenses fight inflammation which can help prevent or manage chronic illness.
Adjunct to Cancer Treatment
In the mid-20th century, a study hypothesized that cancer may be related to changes in connective, which may be a consequence of vitamin C deficiency. A review of evidence published in 1974 suggested that high-dose Vitamin C may be a potential adjunct cancer therapy.
- Research from the 1970s of cancer patients who received high-dose intravenous vitamin C seemed to indicate a clinical benefit in symptoms, performance status and survival.
- Intravenous administration of vitamin C produces much higher blood concentrations of ascorbate than oral administration of the same dose.
- High dose IV vitamin C is well-tolerated.
- Two studies of high-dose vitamin C in cancer patients reported improved quality of life and decreases in cancer-related toxicities.
Protect Memory and Boost Cognition
Studies suggest that oxidative stress and inflammation near the brain, spine, and nerves can increase the risk of dementia. Low levels of Vitamin C have been linked to an impaired ability to think and remember and several studies have shown that people with dementia may have lower blood levels of vitamin C
Contact our expert clinical team today to learn more about high dose vitamin C.
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