IV Nutritional Therapy can often be the missing treatment to many diseases. The method of feeding vitamins, minerals, and other natural therapeutic substances directly into the bloodstream can have profound effects.
Partially because it bypasses the digestive tract, where many nutrients may be either partially or fully lost due to poor absorption. IV nutrition therapy also creates higher than normal blood levels of the specified nutrients.
Can’t a person just get the needed nutrients from food? No. Many factors influence the percentage of vitamins and minerals are absorbed by the food eaten; which would include: how the food was prepared, where it was grown, what else you are ingesting at the same time. According to Scientific American, you might absorb anywhere from 10 to 90% of a given nutrient from any given food. It’s plain to see, IV Nutritional Therapy can be a benefit everyone.
IV Nutritional Therapies will:
- Increase energy.
- Boost the immune system.
- Offer high therapeutic doses of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that don’t need to be absorbed through the gut.
- Decrease recovery time from workouts and illness.
- Bypass intestinal malabsorption.
- Alleviate nutritional deficiencies.
We offer many IV Nutritional therapies and will assist to find your perfect drip for your needs. Call 952-835-6653 today to find out how we can help you!
“Sleep ergonomics” is the term referring to sleeping postures and positions. Your sleep ergonomics either help you rest in a safe mechanical position for your joints or they can stress your joints to the point of feeling aches and pains when you wake.
A few simple changes can take strain off your back:
- A mattress should support your body. Find the mattress that is right for your body so you can rest and rejuvenate from a day’s activities. While a firm mattress is generally recommended, some people find that softer mattresses reduce their back pain. Turn your mattress over every few months to maintain it.
- Sleep with a pillow. A healthy pillow will keep the spine in natural alignment. Ergonomic pillows are available to help with postural problems resulting from a poor sleeping position.
- Avoid sleeping on your stomach.
- Sleeping on your side or back is more often helpful for back pain. If you sleep on your side, place a pillow between your legs. If you sleep on your back, keep a pillow under your knees.
Lack of sleep can make you a less productive person during the day and contribute to a variety of health concerns including weight gain, depression, and even heart disease. If you are still experience a lack of sleep, AdvaCare Clinics can help. Sleeping disorders can be brought on by stress, chronic pain or other factors. Call 952-835-6653 for a consultation today or fill out our online form. You deserve a good night’s sleep!