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Vitamin B12 Injections

B12 Boosts ENERGY and Overall Metabolic Rate

  • 45 minutes
  • 35 British pounds
  • PBA - Permanent Beauty Aesthetics Ltd.

Service Description

BENEFITS OF VITAMIN B12 INJECTIONS Vitamin B12 injections offer several benefits, particularly in cases of deficiency or certain conditions. These injections can: Correct Deficiency: Vitamin B12 injections are effective in correcting deficiencies, especially in individuals with conditions that hinder B12 absorption, such as pernicious anemia, celiac disease, or gastrointestinal surgeries. - Improve Energy Levels: B12 is essential for energy metabolism, and injections can help combat fatigue and weakness associated with a B12 deficiency by supporting the breakdown of carbohydrates and fats for energy. - Alleviate Neurological Symptoms: Severe B12 deficiency can lead to neurological symptoms like tingling and numbness. B12 injections may help improve or prevent such symptoms. - Treat Pernicious Anemia: In cases of pernicious anemia, where the body lacks intrinsic factor necessary for B12 absorption, injections are a standard and effective treatment. - Enhance Mood: Adequate B12 levels are linked to improved mood, and B12 injections may contribute to better mental well-being, potentially reducing the risk of depression. - Support Cognitive Function: B12 is important for brain health, and injections may offer support for cognitive function, especially in cases of deficiency associated with an increased risk of cognitive impairment. WHO’S AT RISK? Vegetarian or vegan If you’ve had part of your stomach surgically removed or banded If you fail to include enough meat, fish, and eggs in your diet If you smoke cigarettes If you’re over age 50 For a stronger energy boost you can choose combined set of: B1, B6 & B12 at cost of £65 Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, is one of the important dietary components that plays a key role in the body's energy metabolism. Here are some properties of vitamin B1: - Energy metabolism: Thiamine is necessary for converting carbohydrates into energy. - Nervous functions: Thiamine is important for the proper functioning of the nervous system. - Cardiovascular support: Thiamine plays a role in maintaining healthy heart function. - Antioxidant properties: Thiamine acts as a cofactor for antioxidant enzymes, which means it helps protect cells from oxidative stress. Vitamin B6, plays several important roles in the body. Here are some of its main functions: - Metabolism of Amino Acids - Immune System Function - Hemoglobin Formation - Regulation of Hormones - Glycogen Breakdown - Neurotransmitter Synthesis

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