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ENERGY

Restore essential vitamins and minerals
Energy

Energy

Rehydration

Rehydration

Restore

Restore

Optimizing the body’s energy production is the specialty of this formulation.  Energy IV therapy is ideal for rehydration, restoring essential vitamins, and amino acids.  The combined ingredients help improving circulation, promote system detox, reduces inflammation, fights fatigue, and help convert nutrients into power.   

Thiamine (B1) | Riboflavin-5’-Phosphate (B2) | Niacinamide (B3) | Dexpanthenol (B5) | Pyridoxine HCL (B6) | Glutamine | Arginine | Ornithine | Lysine | Citrulline

Biotin (5mg) 

Glutathione (1000mg) 

Zinc (5mg)

30-45 minutes

Recommended regiment is once a week for 10 weeks.

S249 Single Treatment | On Demand

Overview

AVYIA’s Energy therapy is a great supplement for the busy professional, or the blue collared worker putting in the hours.  Whether it’s overworking and taking care of the family, or just not getting enough sleep or nutrition, life can be hectic enough to induce fatigue.  

The Energy formula comprises of a specifically developed blend of intravenous vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to fight against fatigue.  Energy therapy can also improve your cognitive function and general productivity by giving you that extra boost at the beginning or end of a long day.  

B vitamins are vital for the human body’s capacity to transform energy from nutrition, as well as supporting the proper utilization of energy.  B vitamins aid in the conversion of food energy into adenosine triphosphate, also known as ATP, the main type of energy used by the body.  We’ve included the optimal amount of these essential vitamins for maximum ATP conversion, and thus, energy level.  

The following are the benefits of intravenous energy boost therapy:

  • Restores essential vitamins and amino acids. 
  • Improves mood.
  • Fight fatigue.
  • Helps maintain balanced blood sugar levels.

Ingredients

Vitamin B complex

This includes Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin-5’-Phosphate (B2), Niacinamide (B3), Dexpanthenol (B5), and Pyridoxine HCL (B6).
Vitamin B complex has been scientifically supported to improve anxiety, mental well-being, strength, and cognitive ability. These B vitamins are necessary for your body to breakdown nutrients and metabolize your food to produce the energy it requires to function and thrive.
Deficiency can express itself in a variety of ways, so keep an eye out for lack of energy, poor focus, anxiety, and depression.

Thiamine (B1)

The first B vitamin that scientists discovered is crucial for all tissues to function properly. Its primary function is to act as a coenzyme for important biochemical reactions. The body needs thiamine to make adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to transport energy within the cells. B1 is also called an “anti-stress” vitamin because it may help strengthen the immune system. Deficiency of thiamine can affect the function of the nervous system, heart and the brain.

Riboflavin-5’-Phosphate (B2)

Riboflavin help producing energy to the body and works as an antioxidant to help fight free radicals in our body. Free radicals can damage cell functions and DNA, which accelerate the aging process. Deficiency in riboflavin can lead to heart disease and cancer. Riboflavin deficiency symptoms include fatigue, slowed growth, digestive issues, mouth sores, swelling of the tongue and throat.

Niacinamide (B3)

Niacinamide or Niacin for short may help lower cholesterol, ease arthritis, and boost brain function, among other benefits. Another essential function of Niacin is to make sex and stress-related hormones. Niacin can also help improve blood circulation and lower inflammation. If you have a B3 deficiency, then you might encounter issues with indigestion, fatigue, mouth sores, vomiting, poor circulation and even depression.

Dexpanthenol (B5)

Vitamin B5 is called Dexpanthenol or pantothenic acid. It is critical for manufacturing red blood cells as well as sex and stress-related hormones. B5 is also important in helping the body maintaining a healthy digestive tract and synthesize cholesterol. Vitamin B5 deficiency is not common but can cause symptoms of fatigue, insomnia, depression, irritability, vomiting, stomach pains, burning feet, and upper respiratory infections. B5 helps lower bad LDL cholesterol and raise good HDL cholesterol. It also helps moisturizing the skin and help with wound healing.

Pyridoxal-phosphate

Pyridoxine HCL (B6)

Vitamin B6 plays a role in over 100 different enzyme reactions. One of its main functions is to assist the body metabolize proteins, fats, and carbohydrates for energy. It also helps the body make antibodies to fight infections and certain diseases. B6 promotes normal neurological function as well as help prevent diabetes by keeping blood sugars balanced. B6 is essential in making hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen in red blood cells.

Arginine

L-arginine, or arginine, is an amino acid that helps our bodies produce protein. Arginine is required for the synthesis of nitric oxide, which is important for the flow of blood regulation and cell communication.

Lysine

Lysine is an essential amino acid that the body uses to build collagen, immune cells, protein molecules, and hormones. Although it affects how our cells and bodily functions, we can only ingest it via food or supplements.
Lysine is essential for muscle growth throughout the body. It also aids in the maintenance of bone integrity and durability. Lysine has also been shown to aid in wound healing. According to some studies, it can help alleviate anxiety.

Glutamine

Your gut, or intestinal system, plays an important role in a healthy immune system. Glutamine provides energy to intestinal cells and aids in the healthy growth of cells in the gut by preserving the membrane of the intestinal tract. Glutamine has also been found to aid cells of the immune system.

Ornithine

L-ornithine is a faux-proteinogenic amino acid, meaning that it is not employed in the body's protein synthesis. However, it plays an important part in the Urea Cycle, or body's method of converting toxins to urea/urine.
Ornithine's key health benefits include detoxification, building muscles, recovery assistance, and healthy sleep cycles. Increasing your ornithine blood levels additionally has the potential to enhance your immunity and aid in the repair of wounds.

Citrulline

During strenuous activity, citrulline malate improves energy production. L-citrulline also boosts nitric oxide metabolism, which support muscles cells growth. It also has a significant impact on vasodilation, which widens your blood vessels, allowing oxygen and nutrients to flow faster, thus contributing to muscle performance and growth.
Citrulline, in contrast with other amino acids, cannot assist with making proteins. Instead, it is crucial to the urea cycle, which aids in your body's elimination of noxious chemicals like ammonia.