Myers Cocktail Brisbane Northside
In Brisbane, health conscious individuals are turning to their local wellness centre for energy boosting injections such as the Myers Cocktail.
Myers’ Cocktail, an intravenous vitamin infusion, is named after the late Maryland physician John Myers who utilized intravenous injections to treat many chronic conditions. When Dr. John Myers passed away, Dr. Alan Gaby took over the therapy he has started developing the nutrient cocktail. The Myers’ Cocktail therapy makes use of several nutrients such as Vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, vitamin B complex, and an additional Vitamin B5, B6, and B12.
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This procedure has done wonders on the respiratory and immune system through reduced episodes of asthma, upper respiratory tract infections, chronic sinusitis and seasonal allergies. Additionally, this therapy can also address migraine, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and cardiovascular diseases.
How is Myers Cocktail Administered?
It is best to have the therapy done intravenously because nutrients can achieve serum concentrations that cannot be attained through oral supplements. Additionally, high doses of nutrients taken orally can cause loose bowel movement. Hence, the intravenous method is recommended because digestive health may be compromised due to difficulties in absorbing high doses of nutrients.
The therapy usually takes 30 to 45 minutes to complete and is given in courses of 3 to 5 intravenous drips and can be given on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis. It is best to consult with a general practitioner (GP) for a discussion of your medical history, lifestyle, and current health condition. In this way, the correct dosage suitable for the body’s needs can be provided.
Who Can Benefit from Myers’ Cocktail?
Anyone can utilise the benefits offered by Myers’ Cocktail, even individuals who are in good health condition but would want to have a boost in their energy or mood. Athletes, students, and professionals can benefit a lot from this therapy, especially if they experience high levels of stress and lowered immune system.
Taking on a nutritional therapy, such as Myers’ Cocktail, may take some time for some. There have been reports that the physical benefits of the therapy take effect only after the fourth or fifth session. This may take much longer, depending on your body’s overall well-being.
What Are the Side Effects of Myers Cocktail?
Undergoing Myers’ Cocktail therapy produces a heat sensation in the body, especially if the administration is in large doses or is done rapidly. This is due to the presence of magnesium, which acts as a vasodilator. Magnesium produces a hypotensive effect that can cause light-headedness and fainting. During the therapy, the vitals will be monitored and any signs of hypotension will be checked. This can be easily avoided by ensuring that the administration is done in small doses or at a slower pace.
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