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Protect Your Body Against Free Radicals with an Alpha-Lipoic Acid IV Infusion

Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) is a powerful antioxidant that works with the mitochondria — the body’s energy powerhouses — to boost metabolism, prevent inflammation, eliminate toxins and reverse some of the oxidant (free radical) damage related to aging. Our bodies naturally synthesize this compound but only in small amounts. A boost of alpha-lipoic acid from Bounce Hydration can give your body the nutrients it needs to stay well and for you to feel better.

Alpha-Lipoic Acid IV Treatments Have Many Benefits

As an antioxidant, alpha-lipoic acid has many wellness benefits, including its ability to protect the body’s cells against free radicals, which are unstable molecules that naturally occur in our body that can damage proteins, DNA and cell membranes. Just a few of the benefits of an alpha-lipoic acid booster from Bounce Hydration may include:

 

  • Reversal of oxidant damage associated with aging
  • Eliminates unwanted toxins
  • Restoration of other antioxidant levels
  • Reduction in blood sugar levels
  • Symptom improvement in diabetic peripheral neuropathy 
  • Slow cell damage caused by free radicals

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do the benefits of alpha-lipoic acid last?

How much alpha-lipoic acid you should receive depends on you and your body, which is why we’ll have a consultation before administering your drip to determine how much and how often you should receive an iv treatment with ALA. You may also consult with your doctor to determine how often you should receive to avoid becoming deficient.

How quickly does an alpha-lipoic acid IV supplement work?

You may feel the results almost immediately! But because everyone’s body is different and reacts differently to certain nutrients, it can vary with each patient.

How often should you receive an ALA IV treatment?

At Bounce Hydration, we have a consultation before every drip we administer to determine how much and how often you should receive a certain nutrient. You can also consult with your doctor to determine how often you should receive alpha-lipoic acid to avoid becoming deficient.