NAD+ Drip

Vitamin D is known as the ‘sunshine vitamin’ because it is made by the body in response to sunlight exposure. In the UK, during the winter, the majority of adults do not get enough exposure to sunlight to make adequate levels of vitamin D. Vitamin D3 is known to support bone health, but it also supports the immune system to protect you from environmental and seasonal threats.

With our Vitamin D3 IV Drip, you can elevate your wellbeing in an effective and efficient way. Our infusion is administered by healthcare professionals, ensuring a safe and tailored experience. Book your private Vitamin D3 IV Drip session today.

The Importance of Vitamin D

The NHS advises that all adults should take vitamin D supplements between October and March to avoid a vitamin D deficiency. Between April and September, adults who spend at least 20 minutes a day outdoors should get enough sunlight to make the vitamin D that they need. 

However, it’s also recommended to wear sunscreen to protect against the risk of skin cancer, which can reduce the body’s ability to make vitamin D. Adults who do go outdoors often or wear clothes that cover up most of their skin when they go outdoors may also be at risk of a vitamin D deficiency, which can lead to loss of bone density and muscle strength.

It is possible to take oral vitamin D supplements, but these have to pass through the digestive system, and it is estimated that only about half of the vital ingredients are successfully absorbed through the gut and metabolised by the body.

Therefore, an IV booster vitamin D drip that is infused directly into the bloodstream is an ideal solution that provides the peace of mind that the vitamins are readily available to be processed by your body immediately. The strength of the booster can be customised to meet your specific requirements. 

For example, you may wish to take into consideration your daily sunlight exposure, diet (particularly if you are vegetarian or vegan) and general state of health. For example, if you have a gastrointestinal condition such as Crohn’s disease, it is likely that taking oral supplements is ineffective.

People who have a compromised digestive system due to an illness or medical treatment may find it very difficult to absorb sufficient quantities of vitamins and minerals. It is possible to consume small amounts of vitamin D through foods such as oily fish, red meat, and egg yolks, but this is not sufficient for normal adult requirements. 

Vitamin D helps to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body, which are essential for maintaining healthy bones, teeth, and muscles. A deficiency of vitamin D can cause a painful bone condition called osteomalacia in adults, and even lead to bone deformities in children. 

There is also some evidence to suggest that optimum levels of vitamin D can help to support the immune system and make you less likely to pick up infections and viruses. 

It may be the case that vitamin D also supports our mental wellbeing, based on research into Seasonal Affective Disorder, which causes individuals to feel sluggish and low in spirits during the winter months. Some people report that vitamin D boosters improve their overall mood, energy levels, concentration and mental clarity.

The IV drips can be delivered by medical professionals in the comfort of your own home or the convenience of an office, or alternatively you can drop in to one of our London clinics.

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