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Nutrient Wellness

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Enjoy optimal energy, beauty and vitality and boost your focus and performance with nutrients that replenish and rebalance your body at a cellular level.

 

Once you have booked an appointment, the clinic manager will be in contact to organise a free consultation and take a $50 deposit.

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Life gets busy and, during times of high stress, our body produces stress hormones that heighten our senses and enhance our strength and speed in order to face our situations head-on.

Our endocrine system floods our body with adrenaline, cortisol and other fight-or-flight hormones that give us a greater chance of surviving and overcoming the challenge at hand before subsiding back once we’ve moved past the situation.

However, when stress becomes a daily occurrence, such as in your relationships, your job or other major life transitions, your body continues to produce these elevated levels of stress hormones that eventually may result in physical symptoms such as:

– Elevated blood pressure
– Decreased immune response
– Digestive Issues
– Weight loss or weight gain
– Decreased energy and/or sleep disturbances
– Brain fog and loss of focus
– Skin issues and premature ageing
– Change in libido
– Anxiety and depression

 

Read more about how the impact of stress can affect various body functions here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5579396/

 

The benefits of Vitamin B

NAD+ (Nicotinamide adenine nucleotide – derived from vitamin b3) is a coenzyme naturally produced by every cell of the human body.  A significant contributor to a wide range of cellular functions, NAD is essential for converting the food we eat into energy (ATP) that fuels our body’s cells and helps maintain our metabolism, cognitive function and support the immune system.

However, the body doesn’t have an endless supply of NAD.  In fact, our natural NAD levels decline with age, stress, poor diet, illnesses and medications as well as drugs and alcohol; even environmental impacts such as sun and the quality of foods we eat cause our NAD levels to decline.  Low levels of NAD can lead to a shortage of cellular ATP (energy), leading to cellular dysfunction and degradation. Recent studies have shown that restoring your NAD to optimal levels not only restores cellular function but also reduces stress and stress related symptoms, promoting a feeling of health and improving mood and performance so that you can respond to life’s challenges without triggering your fight-or-flight response.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6342515/

 

Why diet may not produce adequate Vitamin B and NAD opportunity:

Our bodies make and maintain NAD by converting certain precursors, sourced from the foods we eat, into NAD. Predominant precursors such as Nicotinic Acid (NA), Nicotinamide (Nam) and Nicotinamide riboside (NR) – each a variation of vitamin B3 – are organic compounds the body can access when we eat foods like beef, salmon, milk, eggs, spinach and lentils. Tryptophan is another NAD precursor, found in foods such as turkey, chicken and tuna as well as whole milk, however not as efficient at converting to NAD as those in the vitamin B3 family.

Although our bodies can convert these precursors in our diets in order to make NAD, unfortunately in many cases, diet alone is not enough.

Processed food now constitutes a large part of the world’s food consumption. In Australia  nearly 50% of our diets are made up of food that is ultra-processed and chemically modified (60% in the USA and 51% in the UK by comparison). Chemicals are commonly added to many types of foods to improve appearance, longevity and enhance taste. Chemicals such as emulsifiers, preservatives, colourings and non-sugar sweeteners harm the gut and make it more difficult to absorb the micronutrients our body needs.

Examples of ultra-processed foods include carbonated drinks, sweet or savoury packaged snacks, ice-cream, chocolate, confectionary, mass-produced packaged breads and buns, margarines and spreads, sausages, and burgers, to name a few.

Read more about diet quality and processed foods in Australia by following these links. 

https://www.foodstandards.gov.au/consumer/nutrition/Pages/Diet-quality-and-processed-foods.aspx

https://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/health-and-wellness/nearly-half-the-australian-diet-is-ultra-processed-food-20190828-p52lmd.html

Or, Click here to learn more about how a lack of micronutrients and the ‘leaky gut syndrome’ can exacerbate conditions such as DNA damage, premature ageing and other inflammatory related illnesses.

 

A body that can effectively utilise adequate amounts of Vitamin B and NAD+ will essentially experience:

  • Increased energy and wellbeing
  • Better sleep quality
  • Mental focus and clarity
  • Appetite control and fluid balance
  • Stronger immune system
  • Healthier, luminous looking skin

 

Are you wanting to lose weight?  Learn how lipotropics can support a balanced, calorie controlled diet and regular exercise to achieve tangible weight loss results.  Click here

 

Talk to us

Whether you are looking to support your immune system during cold and flu season, suffer from a chronic illness, or are looking for a way to enhance your energy performance and focus, boosting your nutrition levels is a great place to start.

Simply book in and talk to one of our qualified Nurses. IMs are easy to manage and fit into your day-to-day routine. You get a small shot, soothed by a local anaesthetic spray, making the treatment easy, time-optimised and virtually painless.

 

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An intramuscular injection is a technique used to deliver a medication deep into the muscles. This allows the medication to be absorbed into the bloodstream quickly. You may have received an intramuscular injection at a doctor’s office the last time you got a vaccine, like the flu shot.

Immediately after the injection, a piece of gauze will be used to apply a light pressure to the injection site. You can even massage the area to help the medicine be absorbed into the muscle. It’s normal to see slight bleeding.

A bandage will be applied at the end of the procedure if necessary.

Vitamin B Complex (i.e. vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6) as an IM infusion may boost physical vitality and alertness, and reduce brain fog.

Our brain, nervous system, red blood cells, and DNA all require Vitamin B in its various forms to function normally.

Deficiencies of several Vitamin B variations are associated with severe neurological disorders such as numbness, tingling in fingers and toes.

A deficiency in these can also be the cause of fatigue, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and anaemia, and what some may call brain fog.

NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a Vitamin B3 derivative and is a naturally occurring enzyme in our body that is responsible for creating energy.

When injected the NAD enzyme travels directly to the mitochondria in your body, most of which are found in your head, chest and digestion system.

Benefits of NAD IV/IM Therapy for Anti-Aging Include:

  • Reverse aging.
  • Improve appearance.
  • Restore muscle function.
  • Restore athletic performance.
  • Reduce fatigue.
  • Boost energy levels.
  • Boost metabolism.
  • Prevent damage to DNA.

A course of 4-10 infusions might be recommended in your initial skin consultation depending on your individual needs.

The deltoid muscle, on the arm, is the site most typically used for IM injections.

The ventrogluteal muscle, on the buttocks, is the safest site for IM injections. It’s deep and not close to any major blood vessels and nerves.

 

  • The needle is long enough to reach deep into the muscle.

 

  • The injections will be done in the thickest part of the deltoid muscle. The arm needs to be relaxed for a painless injection.

 

  • Pressure is applied on skin around injection site with

thumb and index finger while needle is inserted at a 90o angle.

 

  • No aspiration is necessary.

 

  • Multiple injections can be given in the same extremity but should be separated as far as possible as the injection site can be quite sore.

1- people who have evident health conditions.

2- those of us who live a lifestyle that may involve, as examples:

  • Strenuous athletic or body-building routines.
  • Under the stress of living the high-flying corporate or entrepreneurial grind.
  • Celebrity and socialite demands.

3- It could be that you could do well with a good IV or IM boost, while it also could be that you want the ultimate best of the best from yourself.

4- Or, it could also mean you want the ultimate you.