If you’re feeling fatigued, you desire better athletic performance, or you just want more energy, hydration therapy offered by board-certified family medicine physician Mark Testa, DO, at his offices in Marlton, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, may be the answer. When you receive water, minerals, and vitamins directly into your bloodstream, you achieve a quick rejuvenation in your feelings of health and wellness. Call the closest office or schedule online to learn more about intravenous (IV) hydration therapy.
While you can get the hydration and nutrients you need through drinking water and eating a healthy diet, most people don’t. Hydration therapy offers a little help when it comes to getting the proper amount of fluids, vitamins, and minerals you need for optimal health and function.
During hydration therapy, you receive a mixture of fluids and nutrients intravenously. The combination nourishes and detoxifies your body.
Receiving hydration and nutrients intravenously is superior to oral methods of delivery. You receive nutrients faster than any other method. The nutrients go straight to your bloodstream and don’t have to pass through your gastrointestinal tract where they may not be fully absorbed and are delayed in their effects. Hydration therapy helps your cells and organs function at their best.
Hydration therapy offers numerous benefits to your overall health and well-being. Consider hydration therapy to achieve:
Receiving hydration therapy is a relaxing experience, too. After your IV is inserted, you can read, play on your phone, watch a movie, or nap as you receive the fluids.
Men and women feeling fatigued, run-down, overstressed, or just not like themselves are candidates for the therapy. Athletes and people with autoimmune conditions also often feel a great benefit from hydration therapy, as do individuals with migraines, chronic fatigue syndrome, and fibromyalgia. Hydration therapy can also be an effective hangover cure.
Hydration therapy is a beneficial addition to your wellness routine. To learn how it can complement your health and well-being, call one of the offices of Mark Testa, DO, or schedule an appointment using the online tool.