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Arm Your Health With IV Drips

Written by: Will Adrian


The best defense is a great offense. Your immune system is your body’s first line of defense at warding off pathogens that may cause illness. Just like with any system, it needs to be conditioned. There are plenty of options that will support your body’s defense. Studies show drinking 2-3 liters a day, eating more fruits and veggies, and going for a walk may give your system a boost. Supplements such as B12 and vitamin C can also be taken daily to ensure a healthy immune system. However, thanks to innovation, there are more progressive options that can help keep your immunity in tip-top shape.


Intravenous therapy, or IV Drips, is a trendy treatment that is a go-to favorite among stars like Adele, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, and Chris Brown. This procedure directly delivers fluids that can be custom blended depending on your ailment. According to experts, IV drips are the fastest way to deliver medications and fluid replacement throughout the body. This is because they are introduced directly into your system via your veins. Commercial IV drips found at spas and wellness centers offer special blends full of different vitamins and electrolytes all boasting different effects such as hydration and immune system support. This growing healthcare trend is now offered in several DFW locations. What once was a right of passage for aspiring influencers,  is now more accessible to everyone looking to boost their health. Conveniently tucked away on West Davis Street,  in the heart of Bishop Arts District, resides the BAWR or Bishop Arts Wellness & Recovery Center. The BAWR was the first in the area to offer IV infusion drips.


“Health and wellness should be affordable,” said Venesa G. Saenz, BAWR Co-owner and super mom. “Everyone should be able to have access to state of the art treatments.”


One of the state of the art treatments available at the BAWR is the ‘Vitamin Boost’ infusion which is a custom blend of antioxidants, vitamin C,  and B12. Antioxidants are known to help support the immune system by destroying free radicals within cells and tissue.




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