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Ultimate guide to wellness: Everything you need to know about Biotin

The use of intravenous (I.V.) therapy to promote a range of health benefits is more popular than ever. Use I.V. or/and intramuscular (I.M.) treatments for optimized repair, recovery, and rehydration on a cellular level. Biotin is one of the most effective on the market, which is why anyone considering I.V. should make it their responsibility to learn more about it.

Here’s everything you need to know about Biotin benefits, including what it can achieve for your health as well as a list of IV solutions that utilize it.

Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, helps us keep a young and attractive appearance as it plays a role in maintaining the health of our skin, hair, and nails. This key nutrient is needed to maintain healthy metabolic, nerve, digestive, and cardiovascular functions.

Biotin is gained naturally from following a healthy diet, with most recommendations for adults sitting between 30 and 100 micrograms (mcg) per day. Biotin can also be supplemented through oral vitamins; however, the bioavailability decreases when it reaches your stomach acids. However, additional volumes can be achieved using intravenous therapy. At Viva Infusions, we offer biotin through your IV (intravenous) as an add on, or as intramuscular (I.M.) injection. Receiving your biotin this way, versus orally, helps the body absorb it at a higher and quicker rate, so you will feel the effects much quicker.

Biotin deficiency can cause dry or irritated skin, brittle nails, digestive issues, decreased energy and mood, mood instability and many other symptoms. The benefits by receiving Biotin at a concentrated dose will help alleviate these symptoms.

Great Health Benefits of Biotin

· Maintaining healthy hair, skin and nails

· Protects brain health and cognitive decline

· Cardiovascular system benefits

· Aides in building and repairing muscles and tissues

· Supports thyroid and adrenal function

· Supporting a healthy metabolism

· Improving glucose intolerance and balancing blood sugar

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