Importance of Vitamin D
We obtain about 90% of our Vitamin D from the sun and 10% from our diet. This important nutrient is necessary for developing and maintaining healthy bones. Research also links Vitamin D deficiencies to lack of energy, depression, mood swings, and some chronic diseases. And more recently, Vitamin D deficiencies have been associated with an increased susceptibility to infection and increased risk of COVID-19.
Step 1: Lab Draw
Step 2: Schedule Treatment
Step 3: Treatment
Step 4: Reassess Vitamin D Levels
Vitamin D Shots at IVme
Too often the day-to-day sun exposure and diet of many Americans fall short of supplying the necessary levels of Vitamin D to achieve optimal health. If you are serious about bone health, your immune system and regulating your mood and sleep, you might find Vitamin D3 Intramuscular (IM) shots from IVme help you feel your best every day.
At IVme, we give intramuscular shots as a safe and easy option to prevent and eliminate deficiencies. Our medical staff administers over 13,000 IM shots a year following the same best practices and protocols practiced by top medical offices across the country. Our staff excels when it comes to helping you determine the best shot for you and then administering the treatment with a gentle touch.
IVme recommends administering IM shots into the ventrogluteal muscle, but for those uncomfortable with exposing their hip in the private procedure room, you can opt for the deltoid muscle. IM Shots take about 5 to 10 minutes.
Vitamin D Resources
Dr. Jack on Vitamin D, #TOTM (For a live version see Dr. Jack's post on LinkedIn; October 2020) Hi it's Dr. Jack here. Today I want to talk a little bit about our October treatment of the month (#TOTM) - Vitamin D. Here in the midwest we tend to associate Vitamin D...
40% of Americans are Vitamin D deficient. When you consider how important Vitamin D is to living a long, active and happy life, it’s no surprise that Dr. Jack, Founder and Chief Medical Officer of IVme Wellness + Aesthetics, ranks it high on his list of health priorities.