Myers' Cocktail Injections in Jessup, MD
What Are Myers' Cocktail Injections?
The Myers' cocktail is a specially formulated intravenous (IV) infusion of B vitamins, magnesium, calcium, and vitamin C. It is designed to increase the blood concentration of these essential vitamins and minerals rapidly, a process which is typically unachievable through oral supplementation or intramuscular injections.
Intravenous injection bypasses barriers often faced with oral supplementation, such as limited absorption in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, and avoids commonly experienced side effects, such as upset stomach and diarrhea.
The Myers' cocktail has been safely used for decades to treat patients with a variety of chronic health conditions and is now popularly utilized by integrative healthcare practitioners to help healthy individuals maintain their overall wellness, boost energy levels, and prevent illness.
To meet with a healthcare provider in Jessup who provides Myers' cocktail injections, call (410) 266-3613 or contact Dr. Alan Stuart Weiss online.
How Does a Myers' Cocktail IV Work?
Under healthy conditions, nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream and reach cells following the digestive process in the GI system. However, sometimes the digestive system does not function properly, as can occur with maldigestion or gut conditions such as leaky gut syndrome, IBS, or Crohn's disease. In these situations, it can become more difficult for the cells throughout the body to obtain the nutrients they need to maintain health.
By injecting the vitamins directly into the bloodstream, the nutrients can be more easily absorbed into the body. When the blood becomes oversaturated with these vitamins and minerals, the cells absorb them into their mitochondria, increasing the cell's energy production. This natural approach allows the body to rejuvenate its healing response at the cellular level to overcome many troubling health conditions.
Who Is a Good Candidate for Myers' Cocktail Injections?
Dr. John Myers, a physician practicing in Baltimore, Maryland, pioneered the Myers' cocktail to treat his patients who were suffering from a variety of chronic health conditions. Today, the Myers' cocktail is employed by healthcare practitioners around the country to treat a wide range of clinical conditions, including:
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Cardiovascular disease
- Upper respiratory tract infections
- Seasonal allergies
- Narcotic withdrawal
- Chronic uticaria (hives)
- Acute muscle spasms
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
IV therapy, such as a Myers' cocktail injections, can be used in conjunction with conventional medical treatment or on its own. Due to its safety and effectiveness, the Myer's cocktail is also ideal for individuals who are looking to strengthen their immune system to prevent disease. Many athletes receive Myer's cocktail IV therapy to help enhance their athletic performance and to accelerate their recovery time.
What to Expect During a Myers' Cocktail Infusion?
The Myers' cocktail is a liquid preparation of vitamins which includes magnesium chloride, calcium gluconate, hydroxocobalamin (B12), pyridoxine hydrochloride, (B6), dexpanthenol (B5), B complex 100, vitamin C, and sterile water.
During a Myers' cocktail procedure, a small catheter is inserted into a vein. The procedure itself lasts about 20-30 minutes. Routine infusions may be necessary depending on your health needs.
Possible side effects of the treatment are not serious and may include:
- Vein irritation
- Taste of vitamins in the mouth
- Magnesium effect (feeling of heat and flushing)
- Muscle cramps in patients with magnesium and potassium deficiencies
- Sharper vision and color perception
The Results of a Myers' Cocktail
After receiving a Myers' cocktail, many patients experience an improvement of their condition or a reduction of symptoms; however, results may vary.
Some of these improvements can include:
- Reduced pain
- Increased nutritional intake
- Increased resistance to viruses
- Improved cognitive function
- Improved mental outlook
- Increased energy
With its blend of vitamins and minerals, a Myers' cocktail may provide your body with the right kind of treatment. To learn more about the Myers' cocktail injections, call (410) 266-3613 or contact Dr. Alan Stuart Weiss online.
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