Are Vitamin Iv Drips Safe?

Are Vitamin Iv Drips Safe?

First things first, do we really need to supplement? Generally, yes, we do. Of course, we should be getting our nutrients from our food, however long-term, intense farming has resulted in nutrient-depleted soil, and therefore nutrient-depleted food. 

I won’t go into this anymore, because I’m sure you get the idea that the food we eat is filled with fewer nutrients than it used to be, but if you are interested, here are a few studies showing the changes: Study A and study B


What Is In This Blog:

  1. The Truth About Vitamin IV Drips: Safety & Efficacy Explained
  2. The big question we’re here for is, are vitamin IV drips safe?  
  3. Your Safety First: What to Consider Before Trying a Vitamin IV Drip
  4. OK, so what’s the alternative to a vitamin IV drip?


[ps2id id=’1′ target=”/]The Truth About Vitamin IV Drips: Safety & Efficacy Explained

In addition to us not being able to take quality nutrients in through the food we eat, our natural supplies of substances lessen as part of the ageing process. Those skincare junkies reading this will be aware that, for example, our natural stores of hyaluronic acid decrease with age; this contributes to us looking ‘old’, but it’s not just the superficial tissues that are impacted-every cell is affected and this can be a driver for some diseases and impact longevity. 

This brings me to the mainstream use of vitamin IV drip therapy. Most of us want to improve our longevity, this is not just about how we look, it’s about health and having a long life. Up until very recently, IV vitamin drips have been the only way to get particular nutrients into our system; a good example of this is NAD IV therapy. 


[ps2id id=’2′ target=”/]The big question we’re here for is, are vitamin IV drips safe?  

Ok, let’s get straight to it. Known side effects have been:

  • Allergic reaction
  • Risk of infection
  • Rashes
  • Bruising
  • Vein inflammation
  • Blood clots
  • Air embolism 

In addition, a vitamin IV drip can disrupt the electrolyte balance. In some cases, this can lead to a heart attack-in fact, if a practitioner is offering vitamin IV drip therapy, they should have a defibrillator on site (and be trained in how to use it). 


[ps2id id=’3′ target=”/]Your Safety First: What to Consider Before Trying a Vitamin IV Drip

High concentrations of some supplements given at one time can cause side effects from headaches to death. Those with kidney disease or some heart problems may have trouble processing the high concentration given all at once.

There has been much discussion of the effectiveness of IV vitamin therapy in mainstream use as there seems to be insufficient evidence to back up their use. The suggestion has been that doctors should be providing them for a medical condition, such as those who have digestive orders and struggle to absorb nutrients.


[ps2id id=’4′ target=”/]OK, so what’s the alternative to a vitamin IV drip?

If the possible risks of a vitamin IV drip don’t outweigh the possible benefits, there is something that you could research as an alternative therapy.

There is a supplement range, Hinnao, which offers the power of IV therapy, without the medical procedure. Risks aside, until now IV vitamin drips have been the most efficient delivery method of getting supplements straight into the bloodstream; traditional oral supplements have many hurdles to get through before they can even reach the bloodstream, in fact, they lose up to 90% of their bioavailability (how much actually reaches your bloodstream). 

Hinnao offers high-stability, bioavailable (more on this and why it’s important here) supplements which are taken and held under your tongue. The supplement is absorbed fully into your bloodstream within 90 seconds via the mucus membrane. 

The range of Hinnao supplements includes those ingredients you could only previously get via IV vitamin drip, including NAD. 

Before you are prescribed your supplements, you are required to have a consultation, during this you would have a specific plan drawn up for you as an individual and given an understanding of the supplements within your plan, but as an overview, here’s what you’re getting from the Hinnao technology supplements:

  • High-quality ingredients
  • Instant absorption 
  • Clinical studies
  • Natural flavours (that taste nice)
  • High bioavailability vs standard liposomal supplements 
  • Value for money-lower dose required in comparison with those that offer poor absorption 
  • Dairy-free
  • Gluten-free
  • Sugar-free
  • GMO-free
  • Vegan 

If you’d like to learn more about the Hinnao bioavailable supplement range, as an alternative option to a vitamin IV drip, have a look here

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