Watch the video and learn What is IV Amino Acid Therapy? & How Can it Help Balance Out Your Brain?
Illness, infection, and even aging can disrupt your body’s nutritional needs. At the Colorado Recovery Infusion Center (CRIC) in Denver, CO, we can determine what nutrients your body needs and deliver a personal treatment designed to get you back on your feet and feeling healthy again much faster than other treatments.
IV therapy aims to provide necessary materials for your body that aid it in preventing and recovering more quickly from many diseases and health conditions
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What is IV Amino Acid Therapy & How Can it Help Balance Out Your Brain? Video Transcript:
Dr. Ballen, Founder of CRIC and Ballen Medical
Hello, I’m Dr. Beth Ballen and today, I’d like to talk to you about our IV amino acid therapy. Intravenous amino acid therapy is a way to rapidly detoxify your cells and restore your neurotransmitters. Rebalancing the brain in as little as 10 days.
Neurotransmitters also are known as hormones such as serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. They can become depleted by stress, both physical and emotional; nutrition, either not meeting your dietary needs or absorption issues; illness both chronic and acute; depression and anxiety or substance use among other issues.
The advantage of intravenous therapy as opposed to taking these supplements orally are that under the best of conditions, one never absorbs 100% of the nutrients that they take in and digest. And often such conditions such as stress, food allergies or sensitivities or medical issues, and drug use can further reduce the absorption of the nutrients by a great deal.
The amino acid therapy is also effective for mood issues including depression, anxiety, OCD, and ADHD, enhancing athletic performance and accelerating recovery, weight management, and overall health and wellness, aiding in the prevention and recovery of certain illnesses and conditions.
If you’d like to learn more about our IV therapy program please call us or contact us through our website.