About Our Headache & Migraine IV

Nausea, light sensitivity, muscle tension, headaches? If you experience migraines or tension type headaches, then this IV vitamin therapy is for you. There are multiple natural therapies to help prevent migraines and should be taken orally for 4 to 8 weeks before they take effect. However, IV therapy can provide rapid pain reduction during a migraine episode as well as be used to help prevent migraines and headaches.

IV Formula for Headaches & Migraines

Our No More Headaches IV formula contains magnesium, a mineral that has been shown in multiple studies to benefit migraine symptoms and reduce the need for injection pain and nausea medications. We also add other nutrients, such as calcium and B vitamins, to help enhance the efficiency of magnesium. One B vitamin in particular, riboflavin aka vitamin B2, has been shown to prevent migraine symptoms when taken orally, and it is also in our IV formula as part of a B complex.

What to Expect from a Headache & Migraine IV Treatment

All IV patients are required to have an intitial IV therapy visit prior to booking a specific IV treatment. Your first IV therapy session is designed to review your goals and to ensure that IV vitamin therapy is safe and effective for you. Your Naturopathic Doctor will assess your overall health, your treatment goals, and your medical history to ensure your safety and to recommend the vitamin drip that is best-suited for you. During the first visit, an initial mini IV will be given to assess your tolerance to IV therapy. If IV therapy is deemed a positive addition to your healthcare regime, your doctor will have you go for blood work to assess liver and kidney function. Once we have your blood work, we will contact you to book an appointment for a headache and migraine IV treatment.

Learn More About Headache & Migraine IV Treatments

Our Naturopathic Doctors keep up on the latest in research, including for IV formulas and treatments. If you have any question about the best IV therapy for you, book an appointment with a Naturopathic Doctor at Bronte Wellness.

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