IV infusion therapy commonly includes vitamins (vitamins C, B1, B6, B12), minerals (calcium, magnesium), co-enzymes (NAD+), and antioxidants (glutathione).
IV infusion frequency depends on your own personal needs and choice of IV therapy. WMDC staff will review infusion schedule options -- weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly -- and design the right program for you.
Once your infusion is completed, the IV site will be covered with a small pressure dressing (please leave in place for 30 minutes). Afterwards, you can resume all normal activities.
IV therapy has been used for decades to help improve issues such as fatigue, inflammation, dehydration from colds and flu, decreased immunity, nutritional deficiencies, post-exercise recovery, age-related muscle and joint pain, and many other benefits.
his infusion has long been used as a general “health and wellness” therapy, and offers benefits such as improving fatigue, age-related muscle and joint pain, sleep, as well as reducing inflammation and allergies.
Designed to help strengthen immune system protection, decrease risk of colds and flu, and stimulate faster response and recovery.
Loaded with amino acids and B complex vitamins, this infusion helps to improve energy and endurance without the side effects of stimulants or high-caffeine energy drinks.
This customized blend of nutrients contains both carbohydrate- and fat-burning vitamins along with L-carnitine, which helps stimulate body fat metabolism and improve metabolic efficiency.
Glutathione is an extremely powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory protein. This infusion helps prevent the production of free radicals, which then helps to protect DNA integrity, immune response, rapid healing, liver and brain protection, and other health benefits.
NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a potent cellular enzyme called the “anti-aging” protein. Research has shown that increasing NAD+ levels can increase energy and stamina, improve brain function and cognition, boost metabolism, improve sleep, and reduce inflammation.
Most infusions can be completed in less than 45 minutes, and you don’t need to do anything other than sit back and relax. Here are a few recommendations prior to your visit:
The infused vitamins and minerals are concentrated, and can be dehydrating at the cellular level. Your body will be more responsive if you are hydrated prior to your infusion.
A protein snack before or during your visit can help support your metabolism during your high-nutrient infusion.
It would be wise to wear a short sleeve top or sleeves that can be rolled up above the elbow, along with comfortable pants and socks. If needed, we have cozy blankets for you to stay warm.
Most infusions take approximately 30 minutes, but NAD+ may take up to 2 hours.