Looking to Slow the Aging Process? Vitamin IV Therapy Can Help

Getting older doesn’t just affect your looks, although the appearance of your skin and hair can certainly give away your age. The oxidative stress that comes naturally with aging harms your soft tissues, hair, nails, and even bones.

As modern health science learns more about what actually occurs during the aging process, we’re gaining a better understanding of how to counteract these impacts. You can’t literally turn back the clock on your age, but with the right treatments and lifestyle, you can absolutely undo the damage in your body related to aging.

At Iconic Infusions, PLLC, we’re focused on the positive antioxidant and anti-aging effects of vitamin therapy. Board-certified anesthesiologist Dr. Bryant S. Edwards uses intravenous (IV) delivery for your vitamin therapy, ensuring that you reap the full health benefits of your treatment.

We want our new and existing patients from around Fayetteville, North Carolina, to understand how IV vitamin therapy supports lifelong health and wellness.

Defining aging: oxidative stress and antioxidants

We all experience aging, but defining this health condition is surprisingly complicated. Aging is more than common; it’s universal. However, aging seems to impact some individuals more severely and sooner than others.

Scientific researchers theorize that one way to explain aging relates to the harmful impact of free radicals called oxidants. Interaction with oxidants over time accounts for the physical damage and deterioration of the body that we associate with getting older.

You can’t avoid oxidants in your day-to-day life. But, you can take advantage of natural and supplemental free radical “scavengers” known as antioxidants

Antioxidants protect your body from the harmful impact of oxidants and can even repair damage that has already occurred. Antioxidants reduce your overall exposure to oxidants, repair oxidized membranes, and neutralize free radicals.

Vitamin therapy for anti-aging: boosting your antioxidants

Vitamins and nutrients are an important source of antioxidants for your body. Some essential antioxidant vitamins and nutrients include vitamins E and C, coenzyme Q10, selenium, zinc, and manganese.

You can boost your internal antioxidant levels with vitamin supplementation. Dr. Bryant recommends IV supplementation because you benefit from more complete uptake by bypassing your digestive system. Our experienced team supervises your infusion session.

At Iconic Infusions, we offer specialized vitamin therapy cocktails that support your body in the fight against aging, including:

We can also add elements to your vitamin therapy infusion, such as increased ascorbic acid and vitamin C, the powerful antioxidant L-glutathione, and NAD+, an anti-aging coenzyme.

To learn more about how vitamin therapy could help you look and feel younger, contact Dr. Edwards and the team at Iconic Infusions, PLLC, today. Schedule your initial consultation appointment online or over the phone now.

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