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IV Vitamin Therapies: B-12 for Withdrawal -- IV or Regular Pill Form

Updated on May 22, 2018

IV vitamin B therapy for drug withdrawal

Since hospitals have existed, IV fluids have been used to hydrate wounded individuals, or individuals who potentially are in need of surgery and are awaiting test results. These fluids are there to make sure that nurses can easily inject medications ordered by a physician to help the person with their symptoms of pain, nausea, vitamin deficiencies, or to combat a specific infection, among other medical issues. Today, more doctors are open to using IV therapy for clinic settings to help patients combat a variety of illnesses including addiction and addiction recovery. B vitamin therapy in an IV bag can greatly help the nervous system from the addiction trauma. These therapies of B are also done in injection form.

When you think of B vitamins, you may think about energy. This is true, but various forms of B all together, known as B-Complex vitamins are a variety of B vitamins put together to assist with nervous system function. General IV vitamin therapy (B, C, Potassium, Magnesium, etc.) specifically has been used around the globe for several decades now in the integrative medical professional community for patients who are getting benefits from these vitamin enriched drips for various medical conditions.

Specifically, vitamin B can be used for different kinds of nerve conditions and inadvertently makes your hair, nails, and skin healthier – typically what the over the counter vitamin is used for. When you are stressed you deplete vitamin B-12. The nerves in your body need replenishment of B-12, and so B-12 shots and IV B-12 therapy can directly get to into your blood stream and be improving your nerve function.

Individuals who are in recovery from addiction can benefit from B-12IV therapy or injections. The stress of withdrawal and moving forward with a drug free life can be greatly benefited by IV B vitamins. It can help calm the nerves, and strengthen your body to function normally. Most insurance companies do not pay for IV therapy for vitamins; however, most do allow you to get vitamin B-12 injections. Individuals who pay out of pocket for their own health plans can typically get a portion of IV therapies covered, but it really depends on your deductible and if it has been met.


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