IV Therapy For Athletes
Improve Athletic Performance and Recovery Time
Do you want to be the best athlete that you can be?
IV therapy is a great way to help your body recover from intense workouts and injuries. It’s also an excellent way to get nutrients into your system before competition or other events.
The benefit of intravenous therapy for athletes is that it can help to stimulate the production of red blood cells, which in turn promotes proper oxygen flow.
The treatment also helps with decreasing post-exercise inflammation and muscle soreness, due to its ability to decrease lactic acid levels found naturally after intense physical activity.
The ideal time to refuel your body after an intense workout is right away when the immune system is most vulnerable. In order not just to take advantage of this benefit window but also get back on track as quickly and efficiently as possible, it’s important that athletes provide nutrient support immediately following a hard session. The nutrients are typically more readily absorbed at this point because the body has already lost many vitamins and minerals through energy production—affecting muscle growth in particular.
The Fastest And Most Efficient Way To Deliver The Vitamins & Minerals Your Body Needs
Eating healthy and drinking water may be enough for the average person. But if you’re constantly pushing yourself to your physical limits, IV therapy is crucial in converting energy and repairing the body during physical exertion. It doesn’t matter how many carbs or grams of protein you consume without proper hydration; fluids, electrolytes, vitamins minerals should all go hand-in-hand with food intake when it comes to replenishing as efficiently as possible after strenuous activity.
Dehydration can affect athletes in many ways
Studies show that losing as little as 2% of your body weight in fluids could lead to a decrease in performance, while anything more than 3% will have serious consequences such as heat exhaustion or stroke. And get this: studies also say an average athlete may sweat out 6-10% of their body weight during the competition! The good news is there are steps you can take before and after the event to help prevent these problems from happening.
Replenish Proteins & Amino Acids
The production and absorption of proteins undergo continual change as they are required for the body to function. The constant flux in protein metabolism is crucial because it provides cells with a continuous supply of building blocks that can be used for new cell growth, maintenance, or repair. This protein is not ‘locked away.’
One of the amazing things about amino acids is how they have a key role in making sure you use all your vitamins and minerals properly. It might seem like nothing when we first absorb them, but as soon as it goes into our bodies- even if later on -vitamins and minerals won’t work for us without those other essential protein building blocks that come with taking these substances.
The Benefits of IV Infusion Therapy
The IV therapy restores the lost vitamins and fluids from a workout. It also replenishes electrolytes that are essential to human cells in minutes.
IV therapy delivers nutrients quickly, restoring your body’s level of electrolytes as well as replacing any liquid or mineral loss due to heavy sweating during exercise within just an hour by providing extra fluid through intravenous infusion directly into the bloodstream without needing oral intake beforehand!
Our IV therapy for athletic performance can help you reach your peak physical condition so that when the big game comes around, it will be an easy victory. We’ll always do our best to customize treatments and work with other members of your care team in order to create a comprehensive treatment plan just for you. When we meet together about how best to take care of what’s going on inside as well as outside, healing is inevitable!
Contact Us Today to Get Started
In addition to group packages for athletic organizations, High Country Infusion & Wellness Center provides group rates for employers and party planners. To learn more about our services and rates, contact us today.