How a Myers’ Cocktail Can Revive You

How a Myers’ Cocktail Can Revive You

Have you been feeling unusually low energy lately? Maybe you wake up every morning still feeling fatigued or notice you run out of steam when you’re not done with your plans. Or, you might have been dealing with the challenging impacts of chronic fatigue for some time without sufficient symptom relief, no matter what you try.

When your body isn’t at its best, you can feel worn out most, if not all, of the time, leading to frustration, disruption, and even more health complications.

At Iconic Infusions, PLLCDr. Bryant S. Edwards and his team look at your whole-body health and wellness when considering your treatment needs. Dr. Bryant provides general health and wellness care to new and existing patients from his medspa-style clinic in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Among the tools Dr. Bryant uses to restore your health and wellness is the infusion therapy cocktail derived from the research of Dr. John Myers, commonly known as a “Myers’ Cocktail.” Here’s what you need to know about how this infusion therapy could boost your energy and address your fatigue.

Elements of the Myers’ Cocktail

Like any other cocktail, the Myers’ Cocktail is all about ingredients that, while great on their own, get even better in combination.

Your infusion therapy cocktail contains a powerful blend of essential vitamins and nutrients, including:

The solution travels directly into your bloodstream through an intravenous (IV) needle, so you don’t lose time or nutrient concentration due to digestion.

The Iconic Infusions, PLLC team monitors your infusion treatment to ensure you don’t experience any adverse reactions to your IV drip.

When your body needs a boost

Infusion treatments like a Myers’ Cocktail help your body bear up better under stress, getting you out of downward wellness slides and helping you feel refreshed and revived.

It might be a good idea to think about getting a health and wellness boost with a Myers’ Cocktail infusion if you’ve been running on empty for a while, either due to elevated stress or ongoing health issues.

And Myers’ Cocktail infusion therapy supports people living with chronic symptoms of pain and inflammation, such as individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. The Myers’ Cocktail mixture can even help with chronic asthma symptoms!

At Iconic Infusions, PLLC, Dr. Edwards and his team take your whole-body health seriously. We listen to our patients with chronic complaints and recommend infusion therapies to support you where you need it most. 

Dr. Edwards also collaborates with other area providers to ensure you have access to the comprehensive care services needed to recover, revive, and even thrive.

To learn more about how a Myers’ Cocktail could help you and more information about the health and wellness benefits of infusion therapy, contact Dr. Edwards at Iconic Infusions, PLLC today. Schedule your initial consultation by calling now, or request an appointment with our easy-to-use online tool.

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