Struggling With Fatigue? Boost Your Energy Levels with IV Vitamins

What am I so tired?

There are several reasons you can might your energy levels dropping throughout the day. While this can just be due to a poor night’s sleep or being overworked, it can also indicate an underlying problem. Persistent sleepiness and fatigue can be signs that your body isn’t getting the nutrients it needs.

Dietary supplements can help reduce feelings of fatigue but generally have lower bioavailability. For quick, effective boosting of vitamin levels, try IV (intravenous) vitamin infusions. At IV Vitamin Therapy, we have the best vitamins to fight fatigue and boost energy levels.

What vitamins help with fatigue?

If you’re getting enough sleep, not over-exercising, and don’t have chronic fatigue syndrome, your low energy levels may be diet-related.

Let’s be honest, we don’t all eat a healthy, balanced diet, even though we know we should. Your body needs a wide range of vitamins and minerals to function properly. Vitamins control your metabolism, convert food into usable energy, keep your neurons firing, manage red blood cell production, and keep your heart and muscles functioning properly. Deficiency or low levels of many vitamins can lead to fatigue, decreased energy levels, and even brain fog.

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What vitamins produce energy?

Your metabolism is how your body breaks food down into usable parts. These food parts are then converted into energy the body can use. Multiple nutrients support different parts of the metabolic process, but the key nutrients are B vitamins, vitamin D, calcium, iron, and magnesium.

Amino acids are key sources of energy. Creatine is a source of quick energy, helping your body convert ADP to ATP — the key energy source of the body. L-glutamine is also commonly used for the treatment of fatigue.

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is another enzyme that boosts energy levels. All of your cells use CoQ10 to produce energy.

Can low vitamin D cause fatigue?

Vitamin D deficiency is associated with various health issues, including heart disease, dementia, low energy production, and fatigue. If you aren’t getting enough vitamin D, you may feel dizzy and experience headaches.

An observational study found a relationship between vitamin D deficiency and fatigue. According to this study, women with low vitamin D levels showed a higher rate of fatigue.

People get most of their vitamin D from sun exposure, which is why people generally experience more tiredness and fatigue in fall and winter. Most whole grains and dairy are now fortified with vitamin D, but if your levels are still low: IV vitamin infusion may be right for you.

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Does vitamin B12 give you energy?

While vitamin B complex is great for energy, B12 is the best. Vitamin B12 supplements are often recommended for patients with depression and fatigue. B12 plays an important role in the production of brain chemicals that affect mood and general brain function.

Vitamin B12 deficiency can have even more severe side effects as well. Vitamin B12 — along with folate/folic acid — controls the size of red blood cells. Ongoing low levels of B12 can cause megaloblastic anemia — red blood cells become too large to properly flow through your veins. Side effects of anemia include fatigue, weakness, and lightheadedness.

Vegetarians and vegans are at higher risk of vitamin B12 deficiency as the best dietary sources of B12 are meat, dairy, fish, and eggs. Older adults are also at increased risk of B12 deficiency as levels naturally fall with age.

B-complex vitamins and energy levels

While B12 is generally considered one of the best vitamins for energy, other B vitamins are also essential for energy production. B vitamins’ ability to boost metabolism and energy levels also makes them commonly used for weight loss.

  • Vitamin B1 (thiamine) helps your cells convert carbohydrates into energy.
  • Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) helps to convert carbohydrates, fats, and proteins into glucose your body can use for energy.
  • Vitamin B3 (niacin) turns food into energy and reduces blood pressure.
  • Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) converts fatty acids into energy.
  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) helps metabolize proteins. Long-term B6 deficiency can result in anemia.

Does vitamin C combat fatigue?

Another vital vitamin that increases energy production is vitamin C. It is also a powerful antioxidant and supports the immune system.

Vitamin C keeps you healthy, which keeps your energy high. It also helps your body absorb iron (which plays its own role in energy production) and protects your cells from oxidative stress.

Iron levels and energy

Perpetually low levels of iron can result in iron deficiency anemia. Iron is responsible for producing hemoglobin — which is how red blood cells carry oxygen. Insufficient iron means insufficient hemoglobin, which means your blood isn’t carrying as much oxygen. The primary symptom of anemia is lack of energy and chronic fatigue.

The best source of dietary iron is red meat — putting vegetarians at higher risk of iron deficiency. People who menstruate often need iron supplements as low levels of iron stores in the body result in fatigue.

Does magnesium boost energy levels?

Many people take magnesium supplements to boost energy levels. Magnesium is not only essential for energy production, it can also improve sleep quality. And, of course, better sleep (usually) results in more energy.

Can IV Vitamin Therapy help reduce fatigue?

When they need to increase their vitamin levels, most people turn to multivitamins or vitamin supplement tablets. While these will get vitamins into your system, most of the potency is lost during digestion. IV vitamin infusions get essential vitamins and minerals directly into your bloodstream.

By bypassing the digestive tract, IV vitamin therapy gets the nutrients into your system at full force. Your bloodstream then carries the vitamins to exactly where they’re needed. Unlike vitamin tablets, IV vitamin therapy can also be customized to your body’s needs.

Our medical staff can perform bloodwork at our in-house lab to determine what nutrients you’re deficient in. Then, we create a custom IV vitamin cocktail that meets your needs.

Before adding any vitamin supplement to your routine, always check with your healthcare provider. Some vitamins can have negative interactions with prescription medications.

Why fight fatigue at IV Vitamin Therapy?

At IV Vitamin Therapy, we specialize in IV vitamin therapy for many conditions, including fatigue. Each session is closely monitored by our experienced doctors, who calculate the infusion rates carefully to ensure a safe infusion.

Our IV therapy, containing antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes, is an excellent energy-boost treatment. It reduces fatigue, improves mental clarity, and enhances your daily performance. 

IV Vitamin Therapy is a professional medical provider offering an upscale boutique medical experience. Our healthcare staff is friendly and very experienced, and our offices are modern and calm. After an initial consultation, you can receive IV vitamin therapy for fatigue right in our offices or, if you elect to use our concierge house call service, in the comfort of your own home or office.

Patients are awake for the entire session and are free to work on a laptop, make phone calls, read, or just relax while the vitamins are infused. In most cases, the only discomfort is the slight pinprick of the needle at the injection site. Since the nutrients are injected directly into the bloodstream, they can react in the body much quicker than if consumed orally. Patients who undergo IV vitamin therapy often leave our offices feeling completely refreshed.

Looking for IV vitamin therapy near me?

IV Vitamin Therapy is conveniently located in Beverly Hills and can come to your home or office throughout the Los Angeles area. We serve patients near Beverly Hills, Bel Air, West Hollywood, Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, Culver City, Hollywood, Venice, Marina del Rey, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Downtown Los Angeles, Encino, Woodland Hills, Sherman Oaks, Calabasas, Burbank, Glendale, Hidden Hills, Agoura Hills, Northridge, North Hollywood, Topanga, Canoga Park, Reseda, Valley Glen, Chatsworth, West Hills, Winnetka, Universal City, Silverlake, Echo Park, and many more.

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