Vitamin Shot Infusions
BoostHydration now offers Vitamin D shot injections for clients in the Orange County, CA area. Vitamin D is is a fat-soluble hormone and nutrient produced by the body. Vitamin D injections provide an easy, affordable way to boost your overall health. Vitamin D shots cost $50.00 per injection.
The body needs Vitamin D to absorb calcium and 99% of calcium is stored in our bones. Vitamin D ensures strong bones and lowers the risk of osteoporosis, rickets and osteomalacia (bone pain/muscle weakness).
Better Heart Health
A growing body of evidence suggests that vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of heart disease and is linked to other, well-known heart disease risk factors such as high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes according to WebMD.
Stronger Immune System
Vitamin D is associated with building immunity and fighting infection by regulating immune cells. Studies suggest Vitamin D’s importance in regulating inflammation in immune cells.
A review of 7,534 people found that those experiencing negative emotions who received Vitamin D supplements noticed an improvement in symptoms. Patients with depression and anxiety also showed improvement.
Sharper Cognitive Function
Vitamin D deficiency is increased with age-related cognitive decline. Cognitive impairment and dementia have been linked to Vitamin D deficiency through research.
Diabetes and Weight Loss Support
Ample Vitamin D will keep hormone levels in check and support a decrease in body fat. Evidence indicates that vitamin D treatment improves glucose tolerance and insulin resistance.
A study released by the National Library of Medicine found 42% of US adults are Vitamin D deficient. The study outlines more sensitive groups:
Many patients with Vitamin D deficiency are asymptomatic. However, any of the following are symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency.
|Interrupted Sleep||Depression||Muscle Weakness|
|Bone Pain||Feelings of Sadness||Loss of Appetite|
|Weakened Immune System||Pale Skin||Uptick in Sickness|
A deficiency in Vitamin D is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease according to study.
A study followed more than 10,000 children for 30 years. Those who took at least 2,000 IU of vitamin D daily had an 80% lower risk of developing diabetes than those who did not take vitamin D.
Most observational studies report Vitamin D has a beneficial effect on the risk of colon, breast, prostate and ovarian cancer. The effect of Vitamin D on other cancers is underway.
Canned fish like herring or sardines, fatty fish, egg yolks, beef liver and fish liver. Sound appetizing?
Breakfast cereals, milk, almond milk, soy milk, orange juice and oatmeal are examples. Although more common, proper Vitamin D consumption through food is tricky.
While the sun provides adequate Vitamin D, high ultraviolet exposure is associated with skin cancer and aging. The SPF in sunscreen also blocks Vitamin D absorption. Supplementation, especially during the winter months, is the most effective way to ensure proper Vitamin D consumption.
A new study found Vitamin D may play a role in helping the immune system ward off respiratory diseases like the common cold. Moreover, there have been multiple cross-sectional studies associating lower levels of Vitamin D with increased infection.