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IV Vitamin Therapy for Symptoms of Chronic & Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

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Treat fatigue naturally with hydration, vitamins & supplements

Natural treatments for chronic fatigue symptoms in Costa Mesa

Nutritional IV drips can replenish fluids, vitamins & minerals so you have the energy to do the things you enjoy.

Fatigue is very common and often linked to lifestyle factors.

Chronic fatigue, however could be caused by a more serious condition or disease. The cause of chronic fatigue can be hard to identify.

Vitamin deficiencies, hormonal imbalance, underactive thyroid, adrenal fatigue or even cancer could be the underlying cause of persistent fatigue.

If you are experiencing chronic fatigue or think you may have adrenal fatigue syndrome, you should be evaluated by a medical professional before undergoing IV therapy.

Lifestyle factors play a large role in a person’s energy levels or lack thereof. If you live your life seeking natural remedies for your fatigue, we have excellent options including vitamin IV therapy and vitamin injections.

Our most popular natural fatigue treatments include:

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Common causes of fatigue:

Everyone is different, and you are the most qualified to know when fatigue is more than just feeling tired. If you're looking for natural treatments for vitamin deficiency, dehydration or stress, we can help.

What is chronic fatigue syndrome?

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a complex disorder primarily defined by profound fatigue which can’t be explained by another medical condition.
Symptoms of CFS include extreme and persistent fatigue, sleep issues, pain, memory or concentration problems and more. Symptoms are typically made worse by exertion.

Causes of chronic fatigue syndrome are unclear. It could be a predisposition some people are born with, which gets triggered by one or more factors such as a viral infection, immune system disorder or hormone imbalance.

There is no cure for CFS, so treatments focus on relieving the symptoms. If you are diagnosed with depression your doctor may be able to prescribe medication to help you cope with symptoms. In some cases a physical therapist may be able to help you find types of exercise you can practice to reduce hypersensitivity to exertion. 

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What is adrenal fatigue syndrome?

Adrenal fatigue is not an official medical diagnosis. It’s a term used to describe a range of collective symptoms including fatigue, sleep problems and even digestive issues. There is a medical term called adrenal insufficiency which refers to Addison’s disease – when adrenal glands don’t make enough of one or more of the essential hormones.

Symptoms of adrenal fatigue can include aches and pains, anxiety, mood swings, sleep disorders, chronic fatigue, ‘brain fog’ and digestive problems.
Causes of adrenal fatigue are believed to be chronic stress, emotional duress, too much or too little exercise, not enough sleep, poor diet and mold exposure.

Treatment for adrenal fatigue symptoms includes proactively managing stress, following a low-inflammation diet rich in antioxidants and improving sleep quality.

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Adrenal fatigue vs chronic fatigue

Chronic fatigue syndrome can be diagnosed by a doctor while adrenal fatigue syndrome is a non-medical term describing a collection of symptoms that appear to be related.

The two disorders are different, though low adrenal function may play a part in CFS by predisposing people to chronic fatigue or making the symptoms worse.

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What vitamin deficiency causes extreme fatigue?

Deficiency in iron, magnesium, potassium, vitamin B12 and vitamin B9 (folic acid) have been identified as the most common mineral and vitamin deficiencies causing fatigue.

Our IV hydration treatments include magnesium, potassium and other important electrolytes, along with essential fluids, vitamins and supplements. We also offer B-12 injections and antioxidant injections for when you don’t have time for an IV therapy session.

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What vitamins and supplements can treat adrenal fatigue?

The most popular vitamins, nutrients and supplements recommended for adrenal fatigue symptoms include:

IV therapy sends essential vitamins, nutrients and hydration directly to your bloodstream for fast and effective absorption. You can add select supplements to any of our treatments or have us formulate a custom IV drip based on your health concerns or goals.

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Can Vitamin C cure adrenal fatigue?

Some sufferers of adrenal fatigue syndrome have reported positive results after intravenous vitamin C infusions. Vitamin C not only nourishes and supports the adrenal glands, it boosts the immune system and helps your body absorb iron better.

Learn more about the benefits of high-dose vitamin C infusions for your skin, stress management and more!

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IV Drip Therapy for Fatigue

IV treatments for fatigue are an effective, safe and efficient way to be sure your body is fully hydrated to take on the day! Boost Hydration offers Energy Recharge Supplement Treatments designed to add the essential vitamins and minerals into your bloodstream allowing for better absorption and long lasting energy.

Vitamin B boosts alone are enough to get you up to speed but staying hydrated is your foundation to optimal health.  Hydration Wellness treatments from Boost Hydration will improve your health in more ways than one. From youthful looking skin to lubricating joints, the benefits of IV hydration therapy are endless.

Revive your mind, body and soul with IV Boost Shoots or IV Therapy at our Orange County Wellness spa today. Work with our professionally trained medical staff to find the right boost for you.

Book your IV treatment online or contact Boost Hydration for more information.