High-Dose Vitamin C Intravenous

High-Dose Vitamin C Intravenous

Intravenous High-Dose Vitamin C Therapy

Vitamin C is one of the essentials for life itself. Not just for humans, many living things cannot live without vitamin C and fulfill their daily requirements. The body deprived of vitamin C, to put it briefly, breaks down from the root. Severe vitamin C deficiency results in a condition called scurvy, which includes bleeding, loss of hair and teeth, joint pain and swelling, and eventually death. Fortunately, even small amounts of vitamin C from foods such as oranges and lemons prevent this condition.

However, vitamin C from food or oral supplements is often not sufficient to achieve optimal health.

About 18% of the consumed vitamin C is absorbed by our body. However, with Antalya intravenous high-dose vitamin C therapy, vitamin C has a 100% effect and is retained in the body. In this way;

  • • Your adrenal glands are supported,
  • • Your energy level is protected
  • • Your skin is healed and protected
  • • Your tendons and bones become stronger
  • • Your immune system is strengthened and
  • • You can fight the side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

In summary, high doses of intravenous vitamin C will be especially beneficial when you are under more stress than usual, when you feel extremely tired, when your immune system needs to be boosted to fight acute or chronic viral and bacterial infections, or when your skin needs to be returned to glowing condition.

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and several critical enzymes require vitamin C in the synthesis of collagen from proline and lysine. Therefore, since the synthesis of connective tissue is the first event in scar tissue remodeling, vitamin C is essential for the maintenance of normal connective tissue and wound healing. Vitamin C is also necessary for bone remodeling due to the presence of collagen in the organic matrix of bones.

Vitamin C is required for the conversion of tyrosine to epinephrine (adrenaline) and for the synthesis of bile. It is found in high amounts in the adrenal gland cortex and these levels are depleted after stimulation of the gland by adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) and synthesis of the stress hormone (cortisol), so it is important to replenish vitamin C levels during times of high stress.

When we examine the effects of taking high-dose vitamin C intravenously on your body and your health, we see that it has a wide range of effects, from collagen production to eliminating the negative effects experienced due to cancer treatment.

Effect of Intravenous High-Dose Vitamin C on Collagen Production

Collagen is the structural protein found in all animal tissues. It connects our muscles to our bones and provides structural support for veins and arteries. Although this situation usually seems to concern the cosmetics industry, healthy skin is a situation that everyone should pay attention to, since it is closely related to our daily life.

Vitamin C is required for collagen synthesis along with the amino acids proline and lysine. When you don't have enough collagen, you're more likely to have thin skin and weaker blood vessels, bones, tendons, and ligaments. This can lead to aneurysms, possible paralysis, and even rupture of ligaments and tendons.

Antalya intravenous high dose vitamin C will help to prevent these results by strengthening the skin and connective tissue.

Vitamin C and Energy Production

Vitamin C is required for the breakdown of the fats taken from the foods consumed within the cell and their subsequent use. The energy that emerges during and as a result of fat breakdown is used by the body. Since vitamin C taken through food is not enough, a decrease in the rate and speed of fat breakdown occurs, which can lead to fatigue, weakness and reluctance, and even depression in some cases.

Immunity Support of Intravenous High Dose Vitamin C

Vitamin C is recognized as having a direct effect against infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses and even cancer cells. Vitamin C, in very high doses, can produce peroxide (H2O2), which will counteract the effects of these agents.

In earlier times, vitamin C was injected intramuscularly and used before and for the treatment of polio vaccine, and treatments with high success rates were obtained by supplementing with vitamin C every 8 hours. More recently, especially in patients who have problems in synthesizing vitamin C, high-dose vitamin C therapy has been applied intravenously, increasing the success rate against influenza viruses.

Antioxidant Properties of Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect cell structures such as collagen, proteins and DNA from damage in high stress situations, chronic diseases and infections.

Research shows that the antioxidant properties of vitamin C can reduce the severity of symptoms associated with the H1N1 influenza virus and is considered an important adjunct therapy in surviving the flu.

The Effect of Intravenous High-Dose Vitamin C on Cancer and Chemotherapy Process

The role of vitamin C as a cancer treatment is actually a controversial issue. Although large- scale studies have not been conducted to reach a definitive conclusion about whether intravenous high-dose vitamin C therapy has a role in cancer treatment, the studies have generally been positive. Information from research so far:

  • • Vitamin C injected in high doses, over 100 grams, is safe and has few side effects.
  • • Intravenous high-dose vitamin C becomes an oxidant called peroxide because it is used in high doses; it is used by immune cells to kill foreign invaders and cancer cells. Vitamin C also depletes ATP and causes DNA damage in cancer cells.
  • • Antalya intravenous high-dose vitamin C can be used in chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments other than methotrexate, with the knowledge and support of the oncologist. Another use for cancer patients; It can be used with limited confidence in the treatment of terminal cancers that do not respond to chemotherapy and radiation therapy, to further kill these cancer cells.
  • • This therapy can also improve the depressed mood and energy seen in patients undergoing cancer treatment. The effect of vitamin C on energy production is used to improve the patient's energy and morale status.

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