Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether they’re trying to pad the bill or save your life. Maybe it’s both at the same time.
But it seems like hospitals NEVER want to send you back home.
You could be practically BEGGING for release. But it just doesn’t come soon enough.
And that’s especially true when you’re stuck in the ICU hooked up to enough belts and hoses to stock an auto parts store.
I swear I don’t know what’s worse, the alarms that keep going off all night long or the constant wake-ups for meds and blood pressure checks.
Either way, one thing’s for sure, a hospital stay is downright exhausting. And ironically, it’s the LAST place you want to be when you don’t feel well.
But now, a new study has revealed the SECRET to a faster recovery.
Researchers uncovered a simple way for you to get back ON your feet and OUT of the ICU in a flash.
Think about that: Back home, in your OWN bed.
Nothing hooked up to your arms and feet. No noisy neighbors or equipment to keep you awake. Just sweet and blissful freedom and a FULL and COMPLETE recovery.
And you’re not going to believe how EASY it is!
Get OUT of the ICU and back home in a hurry
The key is C… as in vitamin C.
In a new study of ICU patients, researchers found:
- Any C at all trims stays by 8 percent
- Doses of 1-3 grams of C per day cut stays by 9 Percent
- Vitamin C slashed time spent on a breathing machine nearly 20 percent
This study focused on ICU stays.
But in general, getting out of the ICU means moving to a (slightly) more comfortable hospital room sooner. Once there you can rest a little better and recover more easily.
And that, in turn, could lead to you getting HOME sooner, where you can TRULY get your recovery underway.
All from simple oral C tablets!
Pick the RIGHT vitamin C for the best results
But that wasn’t all the researchers discovered.
They also figured out the more C the patients were given… the FASTER they recovered. In other words, you want higher levels.
But keep in mind oral vitamin C can upset your tummy at higher doses. And let’s face it, gas and diarrhea is the LAST thing you want in the ICU.
That’s why docs “in the know” deliver it intravenously. And since you already have more lines feeding into you than the back of a cable box, sneaking in one more won’t hurt.
IVC has the added advantage of bypassing the stomach. It feeds directly into your bloodstream, where it goes to work immediately.
So if you or a loved one find yourself stuck in the ICU ask your doc about IVC. If he refuses to play along, then get permission to try oral vitamin C instead.
It will cost you just pennies a day, but could help get you home a bit sooner