Vitamin injections are a great way to boost your body’s natural health and gain new energy. This is a quick and effective way of introducing vital nutrients directly to your bloodstream. Through injection, vital vitamins are able to bypass your body’s digestive system, allowing for maximum absorption.
Vitamin injections provide a quicker and more efficient way to supplement your body with these essential nutrients.
What are the different types of injections?
Plays a key role in red blood formation, metabolism and nerve function. If you are feeling exhausted, low levels of B12 could be the reason why. You can combat feelings of weakness by taking our B12 shots. You will feel more energised and alert. Low levels of B12 can reduce the red blood cell count making the body feel weak and tired. Other symptoms of a low B12 could be low mood, anxiety, irritability, pale skin, weight loss and lack of appetite.
Vital for your body’s protection, vitamin C is one of the most powerful antioxidant. It is essential in the repair of tissue and formation of collagen. Vitamin C is vital for healthy skin, tissue, bones, blood vessels and cartilage. It is also vital when it comes to healing the body. If you lack vitamin C, you could be feeling sluggish, feeling run-down, muscle weakness. It also makes you prone to recurrent periods of illnesses and looking tired.
Essential to regulate the calcium in the body, keeping bones, teeth and muscles healthy. Vitamin D also regulates cellular repair and immunity in the body. Most of don’t get enough vitamin D due to the lack of sunlight throughout the year. Regain the energy of this ‘sunny’ vitamin within your body and give your body that needed boost. Low levels of vitamin D result in muscle aches and pain as well as weakness felt in the bones.
Creates energy as well as maintains the function of the body. Your body needs biotin to stay healthy, maintain hair, nails and skin. Biotin injections would help make hair strong, preventing hair loss and help to strengthen brittle nails. Oral supplements are known to not be as effectively absorbed by our bodies and therefore biotin injections have been helpful in increasing the biotin levels in the blood faster. Symptoms of low biotin can build up over time, starting with thinning of hair to progressive loss of all hair on the body. The appearance of red rashes (especially the face), dry scaly skin and fatigue could be some of the symptoms of low biotin in the body.
Duration of Results
4 - 6 weeks
Risks & Complications
Redness, minor swelling, mild tingling