February 11, 2021
Improve Your Sexual Desire with Libido Boost IV Therapy
Libido is a term that describes a person’s desire to engage in sexual activity. With the demanding rigors of our modern world, stress and lack of sleep have become common among working-class people living in urban areas. These factors negatively affect libido. Stress causes low libido in males and females, according to a study published in the Scientific Research and Essays Journal.
Most men with severe sleep apnea are present with reduced testosterone levels, reports another study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. Many experts agree that adequate sleep and having good coping strategies for stress helps maintain adequate libido levels in men and women.
Low self-esteem also has a role in decreasing libido. People who have negative opinions of themselves tend to be anxious during sexual activity, affecting their sexual desire and performance. Furthermore, finding yourself unattractive and lacking in confidence can lead to many other problems such as depression and drug abuse. These problems lower the desire to engage in meaningful sexual activities.
An Effective Solution To Boost Low Libido
A tested and effective solution to poor libido issue is HydraMed’s Libido Boost IV therapy. It contains natural substances such as MIC (an abbreviation for methionine, inositol, and choline), Vitamin B12, L-carnitine, taurine, and Vitamin C, all of which are effective in boosting sexual desire among adults.
Boosting Your Libido with IV Therapy & L-carnitine
L-carnitine is an essential nutrient produced by the body. However, stress, poor sleeping habits, dietary changes and a host of other issues can mean that your body cannot produce enough of it. As such, supplementing your L-carnitine production via an IV therapy ensures that you always have an adequate amount of this nutrient.
L-carnitine is a potential substitute for testosterone-replacement therapy, as highlighted in a study conducted by five Italian scientists. As mentioned earlier, low libido could result from inadequate sleep, stress, depression, and low self-esteem. Fortunately, L-carnitine has a positive effect on these causes.
L-carnitine regulates natural sleep by supporting energy production, as indicated in a study published in the Clinical Pharmacology Journal. It reported that L-carnitine improved sleep patterns.
Similarly, people with depression have a reduced level of acetyl-L-carnitine—another form of L-carnitine. This indicates that L-carnitine should be included in the treatment protocol for depression, linked to low sexual desire.
Stress could cause physical exhaustion, which often accompanies reduced sex drive. Research has proven that L-carnitine reduces the severity of physical fatigue, and consequentially increases libido.
Low self-esteem is multifactorial; caused by a string of issues such as poor body image. Coincidentally, obese persons are likely to think of themselves as inferior to their peers. Experts recommend L-carnitine to anyone who seeks to lose weight as this nutrient plays a vital role in fat metabolism. A
Enhancing Sex Drive with IV Therapy and Taurine
Many of the studies conducted to assess the effect of taurine on libido have involved animals. In one of these studies, researchers from China administered taurine to rats. The libido and testosterone levels increased, while the estrogen levels remained the same.
In another study, rats were administered 150mg of nandrolone intramuscularly. Nandrolone is a steroid that reduces testosterone production and sperm quality. Subsequently, taurine was given to these rats, and the adverse effects of the previously administered steroid were reversed.
Low testosterone levels cause reduced sexual desire in males. The above-mentioned studies relating to taurine’s effect on libido proves that this nutrient boosts sex drive by increasing testosterone levels.
Assisting in The Synthesis of Sex Hormones with Vitamin C
The body cannot synthesize Vitamin C, and as a result, this nutrient is obtained from diet and supplements. HydraMed libido Boost IV therapy provides a safe and easy way of getting Vitamin C into your body, with a faster absorption rate.
Vitamin C promotes sexual desire as it is involved in producing sex hormones, including estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. These hormones are needed in boosting sexuality, fertility, and libido.
An improved overall mood in young adult males is linked to increased vitamin C levels, according to a 2018 study. Similarly, an improved mood is associated with a high libido. In essence, Vitamin C plays a role in boosting sex drive by enhancing a better mood.
Vitamin B12 And MIC for Boosting Libido
Women derive increased energy levels from the intake of Vitamin B12, causing less fatigue. Additionally, vitamin b12 enhances a positive mood. The effect of Vitamin B12 on mood and energy has an overall influence on sex drive.
MIC is known for its lipotropic action (that is, its ability to burn fat efficiently). This nutrient helps regulate sleep, mood, and energy. Adequate sleep and a positive mood are substantial contributing factors to increased energy and improved libido.
HydraMed’s Libido Boost IV therapy delivers nutrients such as Taurine, L-carnitine, Vitamin B12 and MIC, that helps to improve mood, enhance better sleep patterns, increase testosterone levels, and boost self-esteem. These benefits have a positive impact on a person’s libido. Our libido boost IV therapy can drastically reinvigorate your sexual desire, allowing you to reignite your love life with your significant other. This specially formulated libido IV therapy is delivered intravenously, where the nutrients go straight into your bloodstream, with a 100% absorption rate.
Pump Up Your Health With HydraMed
Get ready to revitalize your health with HydraMed's at-home IV therapy. Our experienced nurses offer over 17 different IV options, including customized combinations of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, medications, and hydration fluids. Whether you need a quick immunity boost or DNA repair for longevity, our tailored approach to wellness ensures that you receive the best possible care.
Written by Courtney Williams, NP
Courtney Williams is a passionate Nurse Practitioner who offers cutting-edge services like Hormone Optimization management and advanced Peptide Therapy to help you achieve optimal health and wellness. Her dedication to longevity and continuous education in anti-aging medicine ensures she is up to date with the latest research and techniques that can help you "live more and age smarter".
Medically Reviewed by Thomas Paluska, MD
Dr. Thomas Paluska is a highly experienced emergency medicine physician based in Thornton, Colorado, with over 25 years of experience. He received his medical degree from Georgetown University and has a passion for promoting overall well-being through science, with a focus on longevity and improving daily health. Dr. Paluska completed his emergency medicine residency at the Naval Medical Center and his transitional year internship at National Capital Consortium.
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