B12 Vitamin Injections

Optimise your metabolism, weight loss, energy levels and concentration with vitamin injections at Town House Clinic.

What are vitamin injections?

Vitamin injections are used as a means to boost energy levels. These injections typically contain a combination of vitamins and minerals, such as B vitamins (e.g., B12), vitamin C, and other nutrients.

What are the benefits of vitamin injections?

Vitamin B12, in particular, is known for its role in energy metabolism. It helps convert food into energy and is essential for the proper functioning of the nervous system. People with vitamin B12 deficiency may experience fatigue and low energy levels, and in such cases, vitamin B12 injections can be beneficial.

If you are constantly tired even after a full night’s sleep, you may be low in vitamin B12. This vitamin is required in the production of red blood cells. Red blood cells transport oxygen around your body, providing the fuel your cells need to produce energy. L loss of red blood cell production will create symptoms of low energy and inability to concentrate.

It optimises metabolism and helps with weight loss.

A deficiency of the B12 vitamin causes anaemia. An anaemic individual can’t efficiently convert fats and proteins into energy. This can cause the frustration of difficulty losing weight despite regular exercise and good nutrition.

How can vitamin injections boost your immune system?

A lack of B12 interferes with your body’s ability to produce white blood cells. These cells are essential in fighting off infections and keeping your immune system in good working order. If you find yourself getting sick more often than usual or having allergies where you previously had none, you may need a B12 shot.

It also helps Improve Sleep Patterns. Tryptophan is the amino acid found in foods like turkey that makes you drowsy. Our body manufactures tryptophan naturally, and it’s a big part of what helps you fall asleep at night. Vitamin B12 is a major factor in the tryptophan production process. B12 injections can help you go from restless nights to getting a good night’s sleep.

It may help reduce the risk of dementia and Macular degeneration, although this is not yet proven.

why is b12 a common deficit?

The recommended daily intake (RDI) of vitamin B12 is 6 micrograms per day. Deficiency is common, especially in people who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet.In fact, it’s thought that up to 90% of people following these diets have a deficiency

This is because B12 is only found naturally in animal foods.

The absorption of vitamin B12 depends on a protein produced in your stomach, called intrinsic factor. Intrinsic factor binds to vitamin B12, so that you can absorb it into the blood. People who don’t produce enough intrinsic factor can become deficient. Deficiency is particularly common in elderly people, because the ability to absorb vitamin B12 can decrease with age. The American Medical Association assumes no one over the age of 70 produces Intrinsic factor. Those people who have abdominal surgery, including weight loss surgery, are also at risk.

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