IV Drip Benefits



Coping With Chemotherapy

Cancer patients commonly experience a number of symptoms of disease progression and the side-effects of radiation therapy and adjuvant chemotherapy, which adversely impact on their quality of life (QOL). Fatigue is one of the most common and debilitating symptom reported by cancer patients and can affect QOL more than pain.

Several recent studies have indicated that intravenous (IV) vitamin C alleviates a number of cancer- and chemotherapy-related symptoms, such as fatigue, insomnia, loss of appetite, nausea, and pain. Improvements in physical, role, cognitive, emotional, and social functioning, as well as an improvement in overall health, were also observed.

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Combatting High Blood Pressure

Our study suggests an acute BP-reducing effect of high-dose IVC, particularly with dosages above 30 g, and in patients with prehypertension and normal BMI. Furthermore, our study indicated a marked and clinically relevant hypertensive effect of IVB12, suggesting routine BP monitoring during i.v. therapy in clinical practice.

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Warding Off Fatigue

Intravenous Vitamin C reduced fatigue at two hours, and the effect persisted for one day. There were no significant differences in adverse events between two groups. High dose intravenous vitamin C proved to be safe and effective against fatigue in this study.

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Fighting the Flu

Taken together, Vitamin C shows in vivo anti-viral immune responses at the early time of infection, especially against influenza virus, through increased production of IFN-α/β.

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Preventing Cell Death in Congestive Heart Failure

Administration of Vitamin C to CHF patients suppresses EC apoptosis in vivo, which might contribute to the established functional benefit of Vitamin C supplementation on endothelial function.

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Improving Cardiovascular Disease

If similar effects are observed in patients with atherosclerosis or risk factors, Vitamin C supplementation might prove an effective therapy in cardiovascular disease.

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Preventing Degeneration and Inflammation

Vitamin E and C supplementation had a modest anti-inflammatory effect in chronic degenerative AS.

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Aiding Exercise Recovery and Respiratory Health

Plasma F2IsoP concentrations of subjects in the vitamin C and mixture groups decreased significantly by 17.2 pmol/l (P = 0.0105) and 19.2 pmol/l (P = 0.0083) when compared with the placebo group (11.4% and 12.7%, respectively). Daily AO supplementation (especially with vitamin C) decreases this oxidative stress biomarker in passive smokers.

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Improving Asthma Symptoms

The results suggest that dietary supplementation with Vitamins E and C benefits asthmatic adults who are exposed to air pollutants.

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Increasing Immune System Health

Overall, inadequate intake and status of [some] vitamins and minerals may lead to suppressed immunity, which predisposes to infections and aggravates malnutrition.

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