Not feeling up to the tasks in our busy lives is not uncommon – it can be difficult to identify the causes, though.
If we think a physiological issue is causing the feeling of low energy however, there’s likely something we can do.
What is low energy and how do you treat low energy?
For anyone doing regular exercise but especially if you follow a strenuous program to achieve specific exercise or body goals, recovery is just as important as the movement itself
For some small pockets of fat in areas of the body like bra fat, back fat or a double chin, fat-dissolving injections are the best option. They do precisely what they say, dissolving fat cells using a form of deoxycholic acid which is produced naturally in the gallbladder that our body normally uses to dissolve fatty foods.
High-intensity frequency ultrasound (also known as HIFU) is a body sculpting treatment that works to tighten and lift many areas on the face and body. HIFU stimulates a natural process known as neocollagenesis, to produce new fibres and collagen which has a tightening effect from the inside out, with next to no downtime.
This condition is addressed with a common, simple treatment usually used for a very different purpose: anti-wrinkle injections. The same injections that relaxes the muscle causing wrinkles also blocks the chemical signal in the body that triggers sweating. It’s a safe, effective solution that can bring confidence back to sufferers of hyperhidrosis.
Intravenous (IV) infusion therapy can be a great way to treat various physical causes of low energy. All you need to do is sit back and relax, and a tailored cocktail will replenish vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fluids in your body, depending on your needs.
Try the Hydrator infusion for those needing a general pick-me-up, or the Lumea energiser to help keep your body and metabolism in fighting shape.
For those with low iron levels, an iron infusion can replenish stores of this vital mineral and combat ‘brain fog’, while the Prep and Recovery cocktail may help support your body against a tough exercise routine or illness.
There are many cocktails available that target specific low-energy concerns; we’ll always start with a consultation to determine which one is best for you, and how we can tailor it to get you back to your best.
At Lumea Aesthetics we offer IV infusion therapy at our clinic in Collingwood, which intravenously replenishes vital fluids, vitamins and minerals while you sit back and relax. We can tailor cocktails to suit your needs, but our Prep and Recovery option is made for those seeking peak fitness performance and may be the edge you need in your recovery.
Ideal for anyone with demanding fitness regimes or recovering from illness, injury or other physical stresses, this recovery cocktail is enhanced with vitamins and electrolytes that may prepare and repair your body around strenuous activity, reducing inflammation and providing quicker muscle recovery to get you back into fit, fighting form as soon as possible.
While most of our aesthetic treatments address external concerns, our IV infusion therapy encourages health and confidence from the inside out. After an in-depth initial consultation to assess your specific needs, we can create a tailored cocktail of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that can support your body to be in its best fighting shape.
We have several popular immune-boosting cocktails that are often a good starting point, including the Immunity infusion that may help those susceptible to illness when you simply don’t have the time to be sick.
Our Lumea-C infusion is crafted to encourage both a healthy immune system and glowing skin, with powerful antioxidant nutrient therapy that may reduce stress and improve collagen growth.
Another excellent way to help boost your immune response is through the Lumea-D intramuscular (IM) booster injection. Many people have low levels of vitamin D, which is vital to support your immune system as well as healthy bones and optimal muscle, respiratory and cardiovascular function.
Increasing the level of iron in your diet through protein-rich foods like red meat, seafood, beans and leafy greens is a great place to start. You can also take iron supplements orally, but as this goes through your digestive system, much of the mineral is lost and the oral supplements can irritate the stomach. This is where our IV infusion therapy can help; being delivered directly into the bloodstream, your body is able to absorb almost everything from the infusion.
Our iron infusion is a cocktail created for those with low iron levels, which may help to relieve symptoms of fatigue, soreness or brain fog.
If you find that having regular levels of iron in your diet is difficult, our vegan infusion nutrient therapy is blended with iron, vitamin D as well as multiple B vitamins that can improve energy levels and keep skin, hair and nails healthy – perfect for those who choose to eliminate or limit certain foods.