Fortify Your Defenses for Cold and Flu Season

Christina Bates
Christina Bates
3 minute read
January 23, 2024
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According to John Hopkins University, "colds, flus and other respiratory illnesses are more common in colder months." While traditional preventive measures like handwashing and vaccination remain vital, modern medical therapies offer additional effective ways to boost your immune system. In this article, we'll explore the potential benefits of the New Myers IV Drip, Whole Body Cryotherapy and Red Light Therapy to help you and your loved ones avoid or lessen the duration of respiratory infections.

New Myers IV Drip

The New Myers IV Drip is a customized intravenous nutrient infusion designed to boost your well-being. It includes essential vitamins and minerals including: 

Whole Body Cryotherapy

Whole Body Cryotherapy involves exposing your whole body to subzero temperatures for less than 3 minutes while you listen to your favorite song, and it has shown promise in enhancing immune response:

Red Light Therapy

Red Light Therapy sessions are 10–15 minutes long and they work by utilizing low levels of red or near-infrared light to boost your mitochondria. Benefits for your immune function include:

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While there is no one-size-fits-all solution for cold and flu season, incorporating specific nutrients and modern medical therapies into your regular wellness routine during the winter months may offer additional layers of protection. By embracing a holistic approach to immune health, you can help fortify your defenses.

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Medical services are provided by an independently-owned physician practice. Some services may require medical clearance and a prescription. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. Services and prices may vary per location. 

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