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Our body requires a specific amount of hydration and nutrition to carry out all bodily functions in a smooth and trouble free manner. There are various conditions where the body starts to run low on essential nutrients and fluids, which then affects our day to day activities.

From infections and vigorous physical activities, to exposure and excessive heat, several such factors can lead to dehydration and deficiency of essential nutrients. For such situations, New York’s top medical practice, Manhattan Medical Arts, offers IV Hydration Therapy for instant and effective hydration, coupled with the needed nutritional support.

What is IV Hydration Therapy?

The concept of IV hydration therapy may sound very modern,
but it has been around for a very long time. This treatment is also referred to as IV nutrient therapy or IV vitamin therapy, but in essence it all means the same, which is nutritional and fluid rehabilitation via an intravenous route.

The administration of IV hydration therapy has become increasingly popular because of the rapidity of its response, as it delivers nutrients at a much faster pace, and the effects can be seen pretty quick, while the fluid & nutrients status improves robustly.

This is why it has become the hydration go-to for all,
especially athletes & celebrities. Although it is a method of instant bodily rejuvenation, it is recommended that individuals should
consult with their physicians before delving in this exuberant yet effective treatment.

Why is it The Best Option?

The one word answer for this question is rapidity! IV Hydration Therapy is the most instantly effective process, that can hydrate and revitalize a body in no time.

We usually consume micronutrients we via an oral route, which is in the form of pills, tablets, or gummies. These then travel through our gut, where they are broken down by various enzymes into smaller molecules and then transported to the lower gut to be absorbed into the bloodstream.

This process takes several hours and can also be affected by individual factors like illnesses, poor gut health, lack of enzymes, or bad genetics. By the end, only a small portion of the ingested nutrients and fluids make it to the bloodstream to be absorbed, stored, and used.

With our IV hydration therapy, this whole process is simply bypassed, as none of the nutrients have to make their way to the gut before they reach the bloodstream. Nutrients, vitamins, and minerals are directly transported to the bloodstream via an intravenous line.

What Causes
Dehydration, Really?

Dehydration can occur at any time – It happens when our body does not have enough fluids to keep functioning, so when our body dehydrates, it’s not just the water that it loses but also essential electrolytes.








The wholesomeness of IV hydration therapy is another reason for its superiority as a procedure, since it replenishes the body’s water as well as the lost electrolytes – something that oral consumption of water does not offer.

What Does It Include?

IV hydration packs can be customized according to the patient’s needs, and individuals can choose the nutrients that make up their IV hydration packs. Some of the essential components of IV hydration therapy packs are:

The Vitamin B Complex

The vitamin B complex includes a variety of vitamins such as vitamin B1, B2, B3, all the way up to vitamin B9. All these vitamins are either enzymes or coenzymes, which are essential in various metabolic pathways, and IV administration of these can give the body just the right amount of boost.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C plays an important role in healing wounds and is also excessively used for aesthetic purposes as it is involved in collagen metabolism. Collagen makes up skin, hair, and nails, which is why it is a crucial component of IV hydration therapies used for skin and hair rejuvenation.


Folate is essential for the production of red blood cells, and folate deficiency causes a kind of anemia called megaloblastic anemia. Administration of folate via IV hydration therapy kickstarts red blood cell production, and is especially effective in individuals with low hemoglobin levels.


Glutathione is a very important antioxidant, which not only protects the body from oxidative damage, but is also essential in eliminating harmful by-products of alcohol consumption.

Benefits of
IV Hydration Therapy

All our lives, we’ve been learning the importance of staying hydrated, which usually referred to
the consumption of water and other fluids. However, Manhattan Medical Arts is offering a much better way of staying hydrated – IV hydration therapy.

People who are aware of its benefits would even argue that this therapy is even better than drinking plenty of water.
Here’s a list mentioning a few benefits:

  • IV hydration therapy is extremely efficient
  • Customized mix of fluids, electrolytes, & nutrients; tailored to your needs
  • Flushes out all the toxins
  • Lighter on your digestive system
  • Revitalizes body by offering much more than just fluids
  • Minimal recovery time
  • Enhances immunity
  • Boosts cognitive function
  • Improved health for skin, muscles, & joints

IV hydration therapy can also be custom prepared to target specific conditions and boost certain pathways. IV hydration packs known as immune boosters, that specifically target boosting the immune system, and metabolism boosters that are designed to enhance metabolic pathways and burn calories are both widely available and can be used with physician consultations.

IV Vitamin Therapy at Manhattan Medical Arts

IV hydration therapy is an instantly effective method of successful bodily rejuvenation. However, we strongly recommend that this therapy be used with a physician’s consultation only.

Manhattan Medical Arts offers a team of veteran physicians and state-of-the-art equipment to help you stand strong against dehydration.

For more information & further inquiries on our IV hydration therapy – Reach out to us via call & email, schedule an appointment online, or visit our practice today for a healthy tomorrow.


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