Biotin IV drips & injections
Biotin IV drips & injections
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Biotin is a vitamin, also called vitamin B7. Like all B vitamins it is water soluble, which means your body cannot store any extra.
As one of the B-complex vitamins, biotin plays a role in converting food into energy in the body. Getting enough biotin on a regular basis is an important part of maintaining a healthy metabolism.
Biotin, weight loss and digestive health
Biotin is needed both for production and function of enzymes that metabolize carbs, fats, and protein. Biotin both supports metabolic function and can elevate your resting metabolic rate (causing food to break down faster) when consumed.
While biotin on its own is not considered a weight-loss supplement, it is an important part of a healthy diet and lifestyle to keep your metabolism humming (and love handles at bay). Staying hydrated is another important factor in any weight loss plan, meaning IV therapy for weight loss helps in more ways than one.
Biotin supports the health of your digestive system by helping regulate cholesterol and blood sugar levels the digestive system also supports biotin – intestinal bacteria can produce biotin, which is one of the reasons why true biotin deficiency is so rare.
Biotin for hair, skin, and nail health
Biotin was once called vitamin H. The H came from Harr und Haut (hair and skin in German). Biotin has a reputation for helping improve the health of hair, skin and fingernails because it improves the structure of keratin. Keratin is the main protein hair, skin and nails are made of (also feathers, horns, hooves, and claws in animals).
Biotin is involved in the protein synthesis that forms keratin, which explains why it is associated with strong and healthy hair, skin, and nails.
Biotin deficiency is uncommon, but can be caused by malnutrition, alcoholism, or certain medications. When the body is low in biotin the side effects can include:
- Hair loss
- A red, scaly rash
- Brittle nails
- Tingling and numbness in the hands and feet
Most people get all the biotin they need from their diet. To increase your intake, you can eat more biotin-rich food like organ meats, egg yolks, nuts, or whole grains – or just choose one of our IV treatments with biotin.
Biotin and pregnancy
Pregnant or breastfeeding women may have lower biotin levels or even deficiency, because the body breaks down biotin faster while pregnant. Many prenatal vitamins include biotin, but always check with your physician before taking any new supplements while pregnant or breastfeeding.
Accepted Payments for IV Therapy
We accept cash and most credit cards, including VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Our services are HSA (Health Savings Account) approved, so you can also pay that way. We do not accept insurance, but our costs are typically less than what you can expect to pay for an ER copay, without having to sit in a waiting room.