5 Ways Vitamin Deficiencies Can Affect Your Moods

5 Ways Vitamin Deficiencies Can Affect Your Moods

Your body needs a full supply of essential vitamins and nutrients to stay strong, healthy, and fully functional. That includes your brain! Vitamin deficiencies don’t just affect your physical health. Your moods and mental health may also suffer if you have vitamin deficiencies.

At Iconic Infusions, PLLC, of Briarwood Hills, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Dr. Bryant S. Edwards and his care team offer customized intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy that can rapidly and effectively restore balance to your physical and mental wellness.

Dr. Edwards and his team provide in-office infusion treatments to improve your health and wellness. IV infusion bypasses your digestive system to get your body the vitamins and nutrients you need, fast. 

During your infusion treatment, your provider at Iconic Infusions, PLLC starts an IV line and connects it to your unique infusion treatment cocktail, monitoring you for safety throughout. 

If you’re experiencing symptoms of poor mental health or mood dysregulation like those listed below, talk to Dr. Edwards about how infusion vitamin therapy could help.

1. Low on B vitamins?

You could be feeling pretty depressed if you aren’t getting enough B vitamins. Vitamin B12 and other B vitamins are key to producing the brain chemicals that regulate your moods and brain functions.

Several types of vitamin therapy can help with symptoms of depression. After addressing your underlying vitamin deficiencies, you may find your mood lifting without a need for antidepressant medication.

Many of the vitamin infusion cocktails offered at Iconic Infusions, PLLC, provide B-complex vitamins support, such as our Get-Up-And-Go IV, an effective way to boost your energy and restore your positive outlook.

2. Low on magnesium?

You could be stressed out if you’re low on magnesium, a powerful mineral that helps you relax. Magnesium is naturally found in greens, beans, and seaweed.

The team at Iconic Infusions, PLLC, offers the Quench IV, containing magnesium chloride, zinc chloride, manganese, copper, selenium, and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6 to address persistent fatigue.

We also provide IV infusion of Myers’ Cocktail, a popular mix of vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6, hydroxo B12, magnesium chloride, and calcium gluconate intended to decrease inflammation and increase health and wellness.

We can add magnesium sulfate to your infusion cocktail for additional pain relief.

3. Low on selenium?

Your thyroid relies on vitamins and nutrients like iodine and selenium for full function, affecting your energy levels, metabolism, body temperature, and more. If your body isn’t getting as much selenium as you need, your energy can flag, leaving you feeling tired and fatigued.

IV vitamin therapy can help with that! The After Party IV and the Recovery & Performance IV from Iconic Infusions, PLLC, both contain selenium to support your whole-body health and wellness.

4. Suffering from premenstrual symptoms?

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can affect your physical vitality and the balance of your moods, leaving you feeling easily saddened, frustrated, or worn out.

At Iconic Infusion, PLLC, we offer the specialized Alleviate IV vitamin therapy treatment to support people dealing with PMS. This infusion is rich in vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6, as well as hydroxo B12, calcium chloride, and magnesium chloride.

5. Low on zinc?

Your body relies on zinc to support your enzymes, keep your digestive system running, prevent food allergies, and control inflammation. Issues with these basic physical processes can disrupt your mood, making you prone to irritability or depression.

At Iconic Infusions, PLLC, we can treat you with an infusion of just zinc chloride. Or, you can opt for one of the IV cocktails we offer that include zinc as an ingredient, such as our Immunity IV, with plenty of vitamin C and B vitamins to boost your immune system in addition to zinc chloride.

To learn more about how IV vitamin therapy could improve your mood and physical and mental health, get in touch with Iconic Infusions, PLLC today. Schedule an appointment online or call now to book.

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