IV Infusion Therapy
Tired of being tired?
The Myers’ cocktail is a vitamin and mineral treatment that has been shown to potentially treat several conditions. It is designed to be tailored to meet your specific needs and can help with fatigue, muscle spasms, and more.
If you’re dealing with the debilitating impact of chronic pain or other medical conditions, a Myers Cocktail Infusion may be right for you. The medical professionals at Go Triangle Laser will be happy to answer any questions you may have and discuss the treatment with you.
- Vitamin B12
- NAD+ Infusions
- 250 mg
- 500 mg
Don’t let age get you Down!
The benefits of NAD+. NAD + is a coenzyme found in all living cells and has even been called an anti-aging molecule because of the many important roles it plays in promoting health and prolonging the lifespan. This molecule helps to slow cognitive decline, promotes healthy brain function, fights chronic fatigue, helps to regenerate cells and can help to reduce internal inflammation.
Some of the benefits include:
helps reverse chronic fatigue
boosts the metabolism process
anti-inflammatory & muscle restoration
improves mood & decreases stress
improves sleep quality
increase in athletic performance
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take for Myers Cocktail IV to work?
Once done, the Myers Cocktail can be administered and typically takes anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes to absorb. Most patients relax, read a book, scroll their phone, or even take a nap during this time.
Is Myers Cocktail good for dehydration?
Interestingly enough, these conditions could be tied in with a dehydrated body, and the reason why the Myers’ Cocktail helps with them is that it’s a mix of nutrients that includes magnesium calcium gluconate, B vitamins, and Vitamin C. All commonly known to help with hydration.
How long do IV vitamins stay in your system?
The answer is that IV vitamins will stay in your system until your body has metabolized the contents, and this process can last for about 2 to 3 weeks. With nutrients not having to pass through your digestive system, vitamin IVs allow your body to absorb nutrients more quickly and effectively.
What should you not do before an infusion?
Avoid excessive amounts of coffee prior to your infusion because it can be dehydrating. Avoid foods and activities that cause dehydration prior to your infusion, such as heavy exercise, salty foods and donating blood. Make sure you arrive on time for your appointment