Vitamin B12 Injection
Feeling run down or tired all the time? A Vitamin B12 Injection can help give you a much needed energy boost.
Treatment at a glance
*Multiple treatments may be required. Results may vary from person to person
VITAMIN B12 INJECTION WIRRAL
Your body require a daily intake of B12 vitamins in order to properly function. If you’re always feeling tired, you may be deficient of B12.
Vitamin B12 Injections are an effective way of boosting your energy and overall wellness on a regular basis.
Because they bypass the digestive tract and can cross the blood-brain barrier, the injections are completely absorbed by our bodies’ cells. Whether you’re battling an illness or fatigue, you will feel the benefits faster.
A B12 injection is quick and relatively painless.
INCREASE YOUR VITALITY
Vitamin B12 Injections are an effective way to treat vitamin B-12 deficiency. The B-12, usually in doses of 1,000 micrograms, is injected directly into your muscles, eliminating any possible absorption barriers.
For those looking for a boost in energy, immune system health, skin, hair and nails, often sought during the colder months of winter, a single injection of B12 vitamin injections achieves this.
Similarly, for many patients who follow a plant-based vegan diet, B12 injections may be sought to replace vitamins obtained from animal products such as meat, poultry, and dairy.
Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin that plays an important role in many tasks such as forming red blood cells, maintaining the central nervous system, and other bodily functions.
Vitamin B12 performs essential functions like assisting in keeping a healthy blood flow and controlling key enzymes in the body. It is generally found in many similar foods and food products.
A B12 Injection can also help with things like improving your metabolism, helping your memory, and boosting your focus and concentration. It can also be used to aid with diabetes, male infertility, and osteoporosis, as well as, help prevent vitamin B12 deficiency.
Vitamin B12 is an “essential” nutrient, meaning that it is not produced in the body. It is mainly found in animal products (fish, meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy), although some foods are fortified with B12. Because vitamin B12 is water-soluble, it is not stored in the body and must be replenished regularly.
Vitamin B12 deficiency occurs when there are low levels of Vitamin B12 in your blood. Some of the symptoms may include: depression, irritability, reduced heart function, and decreased fertility. Vitamin B12 deficiency is also more common than you think. About 26% of adults below the age of 60 are considered to be B12 deficient.