In the 1960s, a John Hopkins physician named Dr. John Myers formulated a special “cocktail” of key vitamins and nutrients administered through a slow intravenous infusion to help address a number of ailments and conditions. Based on the Myers Cocktail formulation, Nava's Intravenous (IV) Micronutrient Therapy (sometimes referred to as IV Vitamin Therapy) is used to deliver vitamins and minerals directly into the blood stream for optimal absorption, as an alternative to traditional oral supplements. Nava's Micronutrient Therapy is available throughout Maryland and DC, including locations in Columbia, MD, Chevy Chase, MD, North Bethesda, MD, and Washington, DC.
At Nava, our Myers Cocktail IV therapy includes the following nutrients:
A feeling of heat is the most common Myers Cocktail side effect. This typically occurs when the cocktail is administered quickly or in large doses, allowing the magnesium to cause a rapid widening of the body’s blood vessels. In rare cases this can also lead to lightheadedness or fainting. These side effects are easily managed by adjusting the dosage and speed of administration.
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