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IV Hydration

What is IV Hydration and how can it boost your overall well-being?

IV Hydration, also known as intravenous therapy, is the administration of delivering nutrients and hydration directly into the bloodstream for immediate absorption and use by the body.

What Are IV Therapies Used For?

IV is used for several purposes including:

  • Hangover relief
  • Athletic performance recovery
  • Immunity support
  • Cold and flu relief
  • Inflammation
  • Digestion issues
  • Exhaustion

Who Would Benefit From IV Therapy?

Originally, intravenous nutrients were used mainly in hospitals for patients who were dehydrated, nutrient-deficient or unable to take medications orally.

Nowadays, pretty healthy people can boost their wellness and energy levels from IV Vitamin Therapy.

The stress of modern living can lower your immune system and general wellbeing: IV Therapy can give that much-needed boost, making it a realistic and practical option.

While stress alone doesn’t cause us to catch a cold or a flu virus, it definitely weakens the immune system’s ability to respond to viruses, leaving us more vulnerable to infection and illness.

So, if you want to boost your immunity, replace lost fluids and electrolytes after a boozy night out or support recovery from high-performance athletics – IV Vitamin Therapy can help to restore your body’s nutrient levels to their optimal state.

Stress is the most common reason people come to us for the treatment. The majority of our clients choose the Myers Cocktail IV and Immunity Booster IV treatments to help them feel energised and boost their immunity.

Drug Testing

What is drug testing?

Drug testing is the evaluation of urine, blood or another type of biological sample to determine if the subject has been using the drug or drugs in question. There are many circumstances that may require drug testing:

  • Pre-employment drug screening test or random, work-related drug testing to identify on-the-job drug abuse.

  • College or professional athletic drug testing.

  • Post-accident drug testing – a vehicular or on-the-job accident which may have involved human error and resulted in casualties or property damage.

  • Safety-related drug testing – if an employee’s job could lead to safety issues if judgement or physical ability were impaired.

How can drug testing help employers?

Drug testing offers several benefits, including:

  1. Promoting a drug-free workplace: Drug testing can help deter drug use in the workplace and promote a safe and healthy environment for all employees.
  2. Improving employee productivity: Employees who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol are more likely to have poor job performance, absenteeism, and accidents. Drug testing can help identify these employees and provide them with the necessary resources to address their addiction issues.
  3. Reducing healthcare costs: Drug testing can help identify employees who are struggling with addiction and provide them with early intervention and treatment. Early intervention can help reduce healthcare costs associated with drug-related illnesses and injuries.
  4. Meeting legal requirements: Some industries, such as transportation and healthcare, are required by law to conduct drug testing on employees. Drug testing can help employers meet these legal requirements and avoid potential legal liabilities.
  5. Improving public safety: Drug testing is commonly used in industries such as transportation, aviation, and law enforcement to ensure public safety. Drug testing can help identify employees who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol and prevent accidents and injuries.

Overall, drug testing can help employers create a safer, healthier, and more productive workplace for all employees.