IV Hydration

 

 

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IV hydration is a common treatment for patients suffering from severe ITP (In Vito tac) muscle spasms. ITP usually occurs due to extreme dehydration after surgery or any type of severe illness. Common signs and symptoms include extreme thirst and hunger, weakness, dry mouth, nausea, frequent urination, chills, sweating, headaches, fatigue, cramps, constipation, and diarrhea. The spasm can also cause contractions of the muscles in the jaw, tongue, or throat. These symptoms can be alleviated with IV hydration.IV vitamin therapy, in IV hydration therapy, is also a common medical treatment for ITP. ITP often has a low concentration of fluids in the system, making it difficult for the body to properly process and eliminate wastes. In addition to supplying liquids to the body, IV vitamin therapy can also provide the patient with additional nutrients that have been lacking due to ITP. IV vitamin therapy is done by infusing vitamins into the patient's system, usually through the vein.While IV hydration therapy has been shown to be effective in treating ITP and preventing dehydration in nonathletes, this treatment may not be effective in preventing jet lag, especially for long distance travelers. This is because it does not address the transient causes of jet lag, such as food scarcity and sleep disruption. IV fluid replacement may prove beneficial in cases where athletes do experience ITP due to the severity of the condition, especially for short distance travel. IV hydration therapy may prove more useful in conjunction with IV fluid replacement for treating conditions that only occur periodically, such as chronic dehydration.

 

 

 

 

 


Micro Needling

 

Micro needling is a relatively new microdermabrasion technology used to stimulate the body's own natural collagen production. Collagen is the protein that makes skin look fuller, firmer, and more youthful. Micro needling, also called micro-dermabrasion, or needle-assisted skin care treatment, is an alternative cosmetic procedure that involves repetitively puncturing your skin with fine, tiny needles.Micro needling can be used for any variety of facial aesthetic treatments such as eyebrows shaping, eyelash extension, eye puffing, and eyeliner shaping, and may even be combined with collagen induction therapy. In the case of micro needling to stimulate collagen production, your esthetician will discuss with you the best treatment site location and time, as well as the best micro needle strength and needle diameter. Your esthetician will also discuss what types of products and medications are most appropriate for your facial appearance. If you have any existing conditions such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism, epilepsy, or if you are pregnant, your esthetician will advise you to avoid micro needling altogether or at least while you are pregnant.Collagen induction treatment, which is the most common form of micro-needling for facial application, can be used on both men and women. In addition, collagen is the main protein in human skin; therefore, micro needling of this protein promotes the production of collagen in the epidermis. As an anti-aging treatment, collagen induction therapy has shown great promise for treating a variety of facial aging symptoms including sagging, wrinkled, bags, and dark circles. However, one important thing to remember: collagen induction therapies must be administered by a qualified professional in order to prevent complications such as infection, swelling, and bleeding. Therefore, you should always ask to see the credentials and training of the person or persons doing the micro needling procedure on your behalf.



 

 

 

 

Functional Medicine

 

functional medicine is often misunderstood. People have a very hard time conceptualizing what functional medicine actually is. The most common practice of this kind of medicine involves treating diseases and disorders of the human body using mostly non-invasive procedures and therapies in an allopathic context. This is usually done using conventional medical practices but does not fall under the category of complementary medical practice, such as chiropractic care or acupressure, because it is more focused on treating illnesses, rather than on the cause or symptoms of the disease.There are many types of disorders and diseases under the functional medicine umbrella. The most common ones include rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, infectious diseases such as herpes, genital herpes, AIDS, and cytomegalovirus, Parkinson's disease, and Crohn's disease among others. While functional medicine attempts to treat the cause and symptoms of the disease, complementary methods are focused on dealing with the patient's entire lifestyle including diet, food habits, mental health, and interaction with other people. Common treatment protocols include diet modification, physical exercise, and stress management.

 

However, functional medicine does not use any drug to treat its patients; instead, it believes that the root cause of diseases must be identified and eliminated before any medication can be administered. Thus, a combination of diagnostic tests, therapeutic measures, and conservative management is used in this approach in order to prevent recurrence of the illness. Many patients have found significant relief using integrative medicine, and doctors also report improved survival rates for patients suffering from chronic diseases. Integrative medicine aims to find the exact cause of a given disease, using a variety of various techniques in order to provide effective, permanent relief to those who suffer from chronic diseases like multiple sclerosis, heart disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, migraine headaches, acne, herpes, and fibromyalgia.

 

 

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