IV therapy is a delivery method for fluids and medication. “IV” stands for intravenous, which means it’s administered through the veins. The fluid that contains vitamins and minerals or medication is delivered via an IV drip or injection into the vein, which allows the therapy to move quickly through your bloodstream. IV therapies are administered by a healthcare professional, usually a nurse, for a variety of different reasons, from dehydration to medical emergencies. IV therapy can also help address symptoms related to conditions like the cold, the flu, morning sickness and hangovers
If you are feeling unwell, you probably don’t want to head to the hospital or your doctor’s office unless necessary. For many common symptoms, IV therapy is an easy and convenient option. IV therapy is not a complicated procedure. The insertion of the IV is relatively painless, just a small pinch. After it is inserted, you should feel very little discomfort. The IV drip will do its job while you watch TV, read or work on your device.
A Vichy shower is a form of hydrotherapy. It has 7 shower heads attached to a horizontal bar that is suspended about three feet above your body. When the water is turned on, it cascades over the entire length of your body and spills onto the tiled floor, where it drains away.
The shower massage, that stimulates circulation in the body, encouraging the transportation of fluids and blood components to the lymph nodes and back to the heart.