Vitamin Injections

What are Vitamin Injections?

Our proprietary vitamin injections can give your body a quick, efficient boost by being absorbed directly into your bloodstream, to help you look and feel your best. These convenient pick-me-ups have gained broad popularity because of their effectiveness in providing these benefits:​

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  • Support energy and mood

  • Relieve stress

  • Support the immune system

  • Help the body burn fat more efficiently

  • Sustain hormone balance

  • Replenish important nutrients

Benefits of B12 Vitamin Injections

Vitamin B12 is essential to proper functioning of nerve and blood cells in the body. When you don’t have enough B12, you may feel weak, tired, dizzy, and confused. You may even have a tingling sensation in your hands or feet, jaundice (a yellowing of the skin and eyes), problems with your vision, or become easily depressed.

B12 shots can work wonders, including:

Energy Boost

B12 injections can help prevent anemia (a lack of healthy red blood cells), which can make you feel tired and weak. Patients often enjoy benefits including:

  • Improved metabolism

  • Enhanced circadian rhythm and better sleep

  • Improved nerve function

Young Dietitian

The B complex of vitamins is a family of B vitamins that each help the body maintain healthy functions and processes. Vitamins B1 through B3 help the body produce energy, vitamin B6 helps the body metabolize amino acids, and vitamin B12 helps cells stay healthy and function as required for a healthy body. Most adults don’t get enough essential nutrients from food alone. Vitamin injections are one of the most effective ways to restore healthy levels of vitamins and nutrients to the body.

What is B Complex?

Immediate Results

Because the injection delivers vitamin B12 directly into your bloodstream, it bypasses the stomach and liver, which can delay nutrient absorption and reduce effectiveness of the vitamin in the body.

Reduced Risk of Health Problems

A vitamin B12 deficiency is associated with serious health complications such as heart disease, vision loss, infertility, and neuropathy. You can reduce your risk by ensuring you have adequate levels of B12.

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