Vitamins Cocktail Infusion
A vitamin cocktail infusion is the answer. Administering this cocktail infusion will have you feeling much better very quickly!
More and more people are also suffering from exhaustion and chronic fatigue and heading to private clinics to get a vitamin infusion administered, or as some people prefer to call it, an energy-boosting cocktail infusion. The technique came about, in part, by a photo of the pop star Rihanna when she tweeted a picture of her arm hooked up to an intravenous drip. It turned out that she was enjoying the benefits of the so-called “party-girl drip”.
This has led to a number of other A-list celebrities jumping on the band wagon and regularly administering the liquid vitamin infusion. Celebrities known to participate include Simon Cowell, Madonna and the well-known model Cindy Crawford. Many people take the cocktail to give them energy before an event that would otherwise leave them drained.
So What is This Infusion?
It is a solution of important vitamins and minerals and is known by the name of a Myers’ Cocktail. It was invented more than 30 years ago by a physician called John Myers. The list of nutrients includes various B vitamins, vitamin C, magnesium and calcium.
The dosage of these vitamins and minerals is much higher than you would get from taking a basic over-the-counter vitamin pill. The amount of vitamins and minerals may be customized to a specific patient’s diagnosis and overall health, and in addition to the treatment of any underlying condition.
When you visit Dr. Olivier Clinic to have the cocktail administered, you will find that it only takes 30-60 minutes for the whole procedure. The total cost is 3,000bht for one infusion, or 5,000bht for couples attending together (2 infusions). The procedure can be carried out 1-2 times per week.
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There are unproved claims that IV vitamin therapy may also be of help for treating the following conditions:
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome with or without Epstein-Barr virus
- Chronic depression
- Acute or chronic muscle spasm
- Migraine headaches
- Tension headaches
- Narcotic withdrawal
- Seasonal allergic rhinitis
- Respiratory problems
- Acute or chronic asthma
- Cardiovascular disease
- Ischemic vascular disease
- Congestive heart failure
- Athletes who need quick recovery for athletic events
- Acute viral illness/colds
- Acute infections
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