It’s Flu Season…. Are you prepared?
It’s that dreaded time of year again, flu season. The time of year with the most controversy about flu immunizations, those pesky allergies start up, and the multiple strain influenza virus strikes full force, ensuring to leave no one behind. But the real question is, what are you doing to protect yourself?
The influenza is a very common virus that spreads extremely easily, leaving us all with the risk of infection. It is spread through close contact with an infected person and by airborne & droplet transmission when an infected person does not properly cover their cough, sneezes near you, etc. These bad germs are literally on every surface and in the air we breathe. But what can you do to protect yourself, your loved ones, and others from developing the illness? Prevention. Of course, sources say that the best prevention for the flu is the vaccine, however we also have a recommendation for prevention: Immunity Protection IV. This IV targets your immune system with the maximum amount of Vitamin C offered, gives you ample sleep support with Magnesium (which strengthens immunity), increases your energy with tons of B vitamins to get you through your day, and includes ample immunity minerals such as: Zinc, Selenium, & Trace Minerals to keep your system strong and functioning how it should to prevent illness.
Don’t wait! If symptoms onset for too long, you will need medical treatment – which is limited since the flu is a virus. We recommend our clients to receive an IV treatment with first onset of symptoms, for maximum IV results and benefits. If you start feeling a sore throat coming on, fever, chills, etc. please do yourself a favor and schedule an Immunity Protection IV treatment. Here at Eleven, we aim to keep you well, so you can stay well and feel your absolute best.
“The best time to receive the Immunity Protection IV is prior to onset of flu-like symptoms. Once you develop symptoms of the flu, such as: fever, sneezing, aching, chills, etc. or symptoms of other types of illnesses such as a bacterial infection, you need to start treating with IV therapy ASAP. The longer you wait with symptoms present, the more likely you are to acquire the full illness.”
– Brooke Barr, Director of IV Therapy, RN, BSN