Myer's Blend IV Drip
Composition & Benefits
Liberty IV Therapy specialists commonly suggest a Myer's cocktail as a therapeutic means to optimize nutritional stores in the body. Read our Article or watch our video to learn even more. Our perennial number one sale item, the Myers Cocktail is a mixture of nutrients that work together to help patients overcome chronic illnesses or improve their overall health. As with all IV infusion therapy, the mixture bypasses the digestive system, directly introducing the nutrients into the bloodstream, which makes them more potent with a high percentage of useful nutrient absorption. Read more about the nutrients and their functions.
Named after physician John Myers, M.D., Myer’s Cocktail was originally formulated over 40 years ago and has been modified and customized to help men and women improve the level of nutrients in the bloodstream:
Pantothenic Acid (B5)
FAQ About The Myer's Blend IV Drip
What to Expect From a Myer's IV Cocktail
Paramedics with IV Hydration Therapy Across North Texas
Experience the benefits of IV vitamin therapy at Liberty IV. Our team of experienced paramedics, with Emergency Room backgrounds, will ensure that your treatment is safe, effective, and efficient. Whether you're seeking to improve your overall health or simply relax and rejuvenate, our personalized approach will cater to your individual needs. Plus, you'll have access to virtual consultations with our medical director for added peace of mind. Discover the ultimate in wellness and relaxation with Liberty IV.
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Liberty IV has individualized treatment plans with same-day appointments at a 22% lower avg. rate than medical spas. Paramedics are in our clinics or mobile response at your home or office. Remember, Dr. Consults are also available 7 days a week for virtual sick visits, lab work, prescription weight loss, testosterone injections, vitamin boosters, & NAD+ IV drip. We serve Dallas County, Tarrant County, Collin County, & Denton County with IV Infusion & Hydration Therapy. Feel Better Now! IV Therapy for Migraine, Athletic Performance, Stomach Bug, Flu, Colds, Hangovers, Physical Recovery, Pain Management, & Addiction. Please also review the feedback from our clients as we serve them with Vitamin Injections and IV Hydration Therapy in Dallas and the surrounding cities.
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The Essentials for Successful NAD+ IV Infusion Therapy
NAD+ IV Infusion is considered to be more effective than injections or shots because of its short half-life and the easily recognizable effects the following day. NAD+ is important for our immune system and helps reduce inflammation during infection. When taking NAD+ supplements, it is important to follow the dosage recommendations of a healthcare professional or the product labeling as taking too much NAD+ can cause side effects. NAD+ plays an important role in the DNA damage response process and helps prevent DNA damage and related conditions such as cancer and aging. NAD+ can also protect against various health problems such as metabolic syndrome, heart failure, and high blood pressure. Additionally, NAD+ therapy is sometimes used to help manage addiction and may reduce withdrawal symptoms. NAD is not found in food, but the body can make it from the nutrient niacin. Foods high in niacin are meat, nuts and seeds, legumes, whole grains, and some fruits and vegetables. NAD+ can also help with brain fog by making the cells in the brain work better and balancing the chemistry in the brain.
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Why IV Vitamin Therapy is the Best Way to Recover from Illness
Vitamins such as Magnesium, Zinc, and Vitamin C have been shown to improve illness and equip the body to fight off colds and flu. Our paramedics are trained in the administration of IV fluids containing vitamins, minerals, peptides, and micro-nutrients, which can bypass the digestive system and deliver these nutrients directly to the body's tissues, liver, and other organs. Vitamin IV therapy, also known as intravenous nutrient therapy, has been used for several decades and is gaining popularity as a way to improve health and wellness. The paramedics at Liberty IV have extensive experience in starting IVs, often in austere conditions and with uncooperative patients, and have a high first-attempt success rate for peripheral IV access compared to other providers. This is due to their emergency medical background and the fact that they frequently perform lifesaving interventions on-scene, where immediate access is required.
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Frequently Asked Questions Answered
Hey there! Are you looking for an innovative new medication to help with weight loss? Look no further than semaglutide! This medication belongs to a class of drugs called GLP-1 receptor agonists, and it works by stimulating the release of insulin from the pancreas and inhibiting the secretion of glucagon, which helps to keep blood sugar levels stable and prevent hunger cravings. It's administered as a once-weekly injection, and when used in conjunction with a healthy diet and regular exercise, it can help people achieve weight-loss goals in as little as six months. Plus, it's the first once-weekly medication in its class that's FDA-approved for chronic weight management and has been clinically proven to produce significant results. Just make sure to practice proper hydration techniques before and after treatment, and keep an eye on your blood pressure. Connect with a licensed medical provider for prescription and use SimpleFix for your weekly dose or medication and supplies can be provided for you to use at home.
The Role of Each B Vitamin in Maintaining Good Health
B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12
When it comes to maintaining good health, coenzymes, peptides, vitamins and trace minerals all play important roles in our body. One group of essential micronutrients that must be obtained from the diet are B vitamins. These water-soluble vitamins, which include B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B7 (biotin), B9 (folate), and B12 (cobalamin), are important for preventing deficiencies and maintaining overall health. One of the benefits of B vitamins is that they are water-soluble, which means they are readily dissolvable in the blood and excess is excreted in the urine, making it difficult to overdose on them. Unlike fat-soluble vitamins like A, D, E, and K that are stored in the body's fat tissue and can accumulate to potentially toxic levels if consumed in excess. B vitamins play a role in various metabolic processes, including carbohydrate, protein, and fat metabolism. They also act as cofactors in many enzymatic reactions in the body, such as the active forms of B1 (thiamine pyrophosphate), B2 (flavin adenine dinucleotide and flavin mononucleotide), B3 (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide), B5 (coenzyme A), B6 (pyridoxal phosphate), B7 (biotin), and B12 (methylcobalamin). These active forms are needed for B vitamins to function properly in the body. For example, B3 (niacin) is important for the production of NAD and NADP, which are used in the production of energy in the form of ATP. B6 (pyridoxine) in the form of PLP plays a role in amino acid metabolism and the synthesis of neurotransmitters. B vitamins can be found in a variety of foods such as meats, dairy products, vegetables, and grains and are also available in supplement form.