Vitamin B12:


 £35/per injection


 People with signs and symptoms of B-12 deficiency

 Some common signs and symptoms include:

 – decreased cognitive function,

such as issues with memory or understanding

– fatigue

– lethargy

 – constipation

– feeling faint

– depression or irritability

– headache

– difficulty maintaining balance

  – sore, swollen tongue,

which may be pale yellow or very red

 – heart palpitations

– mouth ulcers

 – paraesthesia (pins and needles)

– vision changes


 People with gastrointestinal issues:


A gastrointestinal tract that does not function normally may inhibit vitamin B-12 release or absorption.

  For this reason, people with disorders such as celiac disease and Crohn’s disease may be

  at higher risk of vitamin B-12 deficiency.

 Individuals who have undergone gastrointestinal surgery, including weight loss surgery, may have less of the

  cells necessary to secrete stomach acid and intrinsic factor.

  As a result, they may struggle to absorb B-12.


 Vitamin B-12 shots, rather than oral supplements, may be particularly helpful for people who have

  gastrointestinal issues because injections tend to bypass these areas.


  As vitamin B-12 is found mainly in fish, meat, eggs, and dairy, people who do not consume these foods are at risk

  of B-12 deficiency and may benefit from regular B-12 shots or other supplements.


  An injection of B12 can bring on immediate health benefits.


* Increases Energy Levels and Concentration. …

  * Improves Metabolism and Helps With Weight Loss. …

 * Boosts the Immune System. …

 * Helps Improve Sleep Patterns. …

* Helps Stop Certain Types of Hair Loss.


  Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in

 brain function and red blood cell production.


If you are deficient in vitamin B12, then the injections are very effective at raising your blood levels.



 If you have any questions about this treatment then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

 One of our skilled therapists will be more than happy to discuss any details with you.

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