Friday, 17 May 2013
Explaining Intravenous Nutritional Therapy with Dov Rand
Dov Rand is a proponent of anti-aging medicine. Dov Rand has dedicated the past seven years of his medical career to understanding and exploring the research and procedures related to anti-aging medicine. Dov Rand is the founder of the Healthy Aging Medical Center located in New Jersey. The center offers patients an array of options to combat the side effects of aging. One of the most popular treatments offered by Dr. Dov Rand is intravenous nutritional therapy (IV therapy).
Dov Rand explains that IV therapy involves placing a small catheter into a vein so that vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients can be delivered directly into the bloodstream. An average time for supplements to be administered is between 30 to 45 minutes according to Dov Rand. IV therapy is considered to be an anti-aging measure. The use of IV therapy has been shown to deliver positive results for the treatment of other issues including:
· Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
· Chronic Depression
· Seasonal Allergies
· Congestive Heart Failure
· Acute and Chronic Viral Infection
· Urinary Tract Infection
· Increased Healing and Recovery Time for Athletes
IV therapy is gaining in popularity and patients report few negative side effects. Some patients experience some mild irritation or bruising at the injection site. There are rare cases where a patient may experience an allergic reaction to the preservatives found in the ingredients. Dov Rand is pleased to say that the IV therapy administered at the Healthy Aging Medical Center does not contain preservatives.
One of the most popular IV therapies is the Myers' cocktail. Dov Rand explains that the Myers' cocktail is often referred to as the "wellness" cocktail and can aid people who are feeling stressed out and run down. The Myers' cocktail contains the following: Vitamin C, Vitamin B Complex, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B5 Calcium, and Magnesium.