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IV Drips: A Miracle Hangover Cure & More!
Twice a year something very strange happens in all the trendiest cities on earth – if you look closely they are seized by a kind of super stylish frenzy. Usually sane people start wearing wellies with tutus and carrying kettles as handbags in the hope someone equally deranged will snap them on the street.
IV vitamin infusions – what’s the deal?
Rihanna, Rita Ora and Gwyneth Paltrow are among the celebrities known for using intravenous (IV) vitamin infusions – also known as IV drips – ahead of red carpet outings and movie appearances, for their speed at boosting energy.
But did you know they can work wonders in your beauty regime, too? And IV drips aren’t just for Hollywood A-listers anymore.
Tried & Tested: THE IV DOC
Tried & Tested: The IV Doc
When you think of IV drips, hospitals normally come to mind. IV drips are becoming increasingly more popular! Having seen celebs like Rihanna endorsing B12 shots and multivitamin drips, I thought why not! Want to know how to get a cocktail of multivitamins to boost your energy levels? Read on!
NAD+ The Molecule of Youth & Wellness
NAD+The Molecule of Youth & Wellness
NAD+ (Nicontinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a coenzyme that plays a vital part of our everyday lives as humans. Its traditional role in the body is to facilitate redox reactions: the transfer electrons from one molecule to another, promoting the conversion of glucose from the food we consume to energy molecules in the mitochondria-dense tissues such as the heart, brain, and muscles.
Here’s The New Hangover Cure You’ve Been Waiting For
In 2016,Dr. Diva Nagulaarrived in Las Vegas for New Year’s Eve and saw an ad for an IV therapy service targeted at treating hangovers. It struck him as unique because this particular therapy came to you, the patient, rather than you having to schlep to a clinic, hungover in sweats, as is the traditional…
Dodging the hangover: How to make The Morning After less brutal
WASHINGTON — For too many, Jan. 1 marks their first (if not their only) hangover of the year.
The headache, the nausea, the general malaise — that dreaded condition makes it impossible to enjoy the televised parades and bowl games. Everything is too bright and too loud andturn off that light and…
Glutathione: The “Mother of Antioxidants”
The health benefits of antioxidants cannot be ignored in this day in age. Every day our body creates by toxic byproducts as a result of essential reactions occurring in every cell. These toxic byproducts effects not only how you feel physically, but also mentally. Take for example, the morning after a night out of drinking with friends, or after an intense run or work out – you feel exhausted due to these toxins produced when your body metabolizes alcohol, or when you exhaust your muscles. Amongst these metabolites including lactate, toxins consist of free radicals and peroxides that create an oxidative stress on your body, damaging essential components of your cells. It has been postulated, that these effects may range from the development of ADHD to possibly Alzheimer’s disease or cancer.