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InfusaLounge Wellness Spa Anxiety + Depession IV Therapy
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Anxiety + Depression Therapy

Your body and your mind need adequate hydration and nutrition to function optimally. Dehydration creates stress in every part of your body, so proper hydration is critical to minimize the physical and emotional effects of stress.


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Mental Effects

A chemical imbalance in the brain is said to occur when there’s either too much or too little of certain chemicals, called neurotransmitters, in the brain. Neurotransmitters are natural chemicals that help facilitate communication between your nerve cells.


The exact cause of mental disorders is still unclear. Researchers believe that genetics as well as environmental and social factors, such as stress or trauma, play a role. The most common evidence used to support the chemical imbalance theory is the effectiveness of antidepressant medications. These medications work by increasing the amounts of serotonin and other neurotransmitters in the brain.


Certain areas of the brain help regulate mood. Researchers believe that — more important than levels of specific brain chemicals — nerve cell connections, nerve cell growth, and the functioning of nerve circuits have a major impact on depression. Still, their understanding of the neurological underpinnings of mood is incomplete.


Depression Impact

Amygdala: The amygdala is part of the limbic system, a group of structures deep in the brain that’s associated with emotions such as anger, pleasure, sorrow, fear, and sexual arousal. The amygdala is activated when a person recalls emotionally charged memories, such as a frightening situation. Activity in the amygdala is higher when a person is sad or clinically depressed. This increased activity continues even after recovery from depression.


Thalamus: The thalamus receives most sensory information and relays it to the appropriate part of the cerebral cortex, which directs high-level functions such as speech, behavioral reactions, movement, thinking, and learning. Some research suggests that bipolar disorder may result from problems in the thalamus, which helps link sensory input to pleasant and unpleasant feelings.


Hippocampus: The hippocampus is part of the limbic system and has a central role in processing long-term memory and recollection. Interplay between the hippocampus and the amygdala might account for the adage “once bitten, twice shy.” It is this part of the brain that registers fear when you are confronted by a barking, aggressive dog, and the memory of such an experience may make you wary of dogs you come across later in life. The hippocampus is smaller in some depressed people, and research suggests that ongoing exposure to stress hormone impairs the growth of nerve cells in this part of the brain.


Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety is a normal human emotion and affects about 40 million adult Americans. They can cause such distress that it interferes with a person’s ability to lead a normal life. They are the most common mental illnesses in the U.S. Most anxiety disorders begin in childhood, adolescence and early adulthood. They occur more often in women than in men.


Approximately 8% of children and teenagers experience an anxiety disorder with most people developing symptoms before age 21 and only about 1/3 of those suffering from an anxiety disorder receive treatment, even though the disorders are highly treatable. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 in 13 globally suffers from anxiety. The WHO reports that anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorders worldwide with specific phobia, major depressive disorder and social phobia being the most common anxiety disorders.


Researchers are learning that anxiety disorders run in families, and that they have a biological basis, much like allergies or diabetes and other disorders. Anxiety disorders may develop from a complex set of risk factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events.


IV Therapy Benefits

We have several options to treat anxiety and depression depending on severity. With our Brain & Mood Health IV therapy you will benefit from an improved mental health by enhancing your overall mood and stress levels. In addition, improve nerve and muscle functions, generate more energy, improve overall brain functions, prevent infections, and elevate your mood and reduce oxidative stress. 


Our NAD+ helps to replenish drained enzymes and targets brain restoration improving overall cognitive function. It also plays a major role in reducing inflammation and disease, and helps to improve energy and anti-aging.

Mild Cases

Infusalounge Wellness Spa Brain & Mood Health IV

Brain & Mood Health

Folic Acid with B12 + Taurine + Alpha-Lipoic Acid


60 MIN

Moderate Cases

InfusaLounge Wellness Spa NAD+ IV

NAD+ 250mg

Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide + 1,000 mg Lyophilized + Bacteriostatic Water


120 MIN

Severe Cases

InfusaLounge Wellness Spa NAD+ IV

NAD+ 500mg

Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide + 1,000 mg Lyophilized + Bacteriostatic Water


180 MIN

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