B-12 Injections

Vitamin B-12

When you introduce B12 injections to the body, one of the first benefits you’ll notice is increased energy. Vitamin B12 is crucial for a healthy brain function and maintaining the immune system.

B12 is known for increasing metabolism, and vitamin absorption, which help to maintain a healthy body weight. In addition, you will notice improved clarity, focus and mood balance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

One of vitamin B12’s most important jobs in the body is producing red blood cells. Vitamin B-12 is required for the synthesis of protein and the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats.
Chronic fatigue, constipation, depression, memory loss, digestive disorders, headaches, pale skin, shortness of breath just to list a few.
  • Healthy individuals who desire an energy boost  or to increase metabolism and balance mood
  • Patients with Celiac disease, Crohn’s disease or following weight loss surgery
  • Those following a vegan or vegetarian diet
  • Patients with Pernicious anemia
  • Patients with Psoriasis
  • Patients with immune  disorders, such as Graves’ disease or Lupus
  • Patients over 50 years of age the absorption of vitamin B-12 decreases.
  • Patients taking certain heart burn medications, H2 blockers and certain diabetes medications.
  • Patients that misuse alcohol. Heavy drinking can decrease absorption of B-12.

Most B-vitamins seldom make it through the digestive system without being destroyed by stomach acid. B-12 injections ensure 100 percent absorption.

B-12 is a water-soluble vitamin; meaning you cannot overdose. Whatever isn’t needed will be excreted in your urine.

Vitamin B-12 injections are generally considered to be very safe. They have no major side effects.

Frequency of injections will vary depending on you individual desires and medical condition. 

Our Registered Nurse will consult with you prior to treatment. Together you will customize a plan to meet your needs.

 Some medical conditions require weekly injections. Some chronic illnesses may warrant monthly injections for life.

Low levels of vitamin B-12 have been linked to a decline in brain function.

There are strong links between B-12 deficiency and depression.

Reduced bone mass (osteoporosis) can develop.

Neurologic complications can develop; that are often irreversible.

A rare complication of this deficiency is optic neuropathy which results in   progressive, bilateral, painless vision loss.

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