Vitamin B12 Injection

£60.00 £50.00

Vitamin B12 Injection £60 per injection. Buy 6 get one free £285
  • Medical Grade
  • Prescriptive vitamin boost
  • Last up to 4 weeks
  What is it & what does it do? B12 is a vitamin that improves the body function by increasing oxygen to the red blood cells. B12 is important in order to maintain a healthy nervous system.   What will B12 do for me?
  • Increases energy levels and general well being
  • Improves mood, reducing stress, depression and anxiety
  • Protects against heart disease, curbing and improving cholesterol levels
  • Essential for healthy skin, hair and nails. It helps in cell reproduction and skin renewal
  • B12 helps protect against cancers, including breast, colon, lung and prostate
  Who would benefit from B12 injections?
  • Individuals who are anemic
  • Vegans or individuals who are not getting sufficient B12 though food/ nourishment
  • Individuals who lead busy and stressful lifestyles
  Symptoms of B12 deficiency
  • Lack of energy
  • Tiredness or fatigue
  • Stress, depression
  • Headaches, feeling faint
"But I lead a healthy lifestyle and eat well"– In spite of this there are a number of factors that deplete B12 from the body. Stress, regular alcohol consumption, being over worked and lack of sleep.





Vitamin B12 is vital for the formation of red blood cells, as well as for the proper functioning and health of nerve tissue. If left untreated, vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to anemia, as well as nerve and brain damage, which may eventually become irreversible. People with B12 deficiency may eventually develop pernicious anemia, a type of blood disorder. Patients with pernicious anemia cannot produce enough IF (intrinsic factor) in their stomach. It is needed so that the body can absorb vitamin B12. People with this blood disorder need to have vitamin B12 injections which go straight into their bloodstream, bypassing the stomach. Vitamin B12 also helps our bodies absorb folic acid, which facilitates the release of energy. According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, approximately 6% of people aged 60+ years are vitamin B12 deficient in the United Kingdom and the United States. Deficiency is much more common in developing countries, "starting in early life and persisting across life span."



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