Dr. Michael Farzam and House Call Doctor Los Angeles are now offering the Myer’s cocktail IV hydration treatment. People nationwide and all over the world have been talking about it as a therapy for numerous chronic and acute conditions, ranging from asthma to migraine headaches, hangovers, and more.
What is a Myer’s Cocktail?
Hydration care that was originally developed by Maryland physician Dr. John Myers and later modified, the cocktail is a solution containing a specific mixture of nutrients designed to enhance overall wellness and which many patients find extremely helpful in dealing with chronic conditions and overall wellness.
What Does it Contain?
In addition to the standard saline solution used for standard intravenous (IV) hydration, the Myer’s cocktail contains a highly specific combination of nutrients including magnesium, calcium, vitamin C, and a number of important B vitamins.
What is a Myer’s Cocktail Taken For?
It is thought to be helpful for a number of chronic and acute conditions including, but not limited to:
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/ordinary fatigue
- Chronic pain
- Congestive heart failure
- Severe colds and flus
- Drug withdrawal
- Migraine headaches
How Does it Help?
Opinions differ, but getting liquids quickly into the bloodstream while bypassing the stomach can help with overall hydration. The specific mixture of nutrients is believed to strengthen the body so that it is better able to cope with a range of conditions.
How Often Should I Take a Myer’s Cocktail?
That’s a highly individual matter. In some cases, as in the treatment of hangovers, it’s an as-needed treatment to deal with an acute problem. For more chronic conditions, however, many patients find that taking it on a regular basis can be highly beneficial. Patients who obtain the treatment should discuss whether they want to take advantage of the therapy on a regular basis, and how frequent that treatment should be.
Is a Myer’s Cocktail Treatment Right for Me?
The best way to find out is to contact us to see about an appointment. If you’re dealing with an acute situation and would like speedy treatment, Dr. Farzam is typically able to be at locations throughout the Los Angeles area within a short time period. To get started contact us at the phone number above or, if the situation is more chronic than acute, feel free to visit our contact page.