B12 & B Complex Injections

The Vitamin B Complex Injection contains B vitamins, which are crucial building blocks for a healthy body. Your energy levels, cognitive function, and cell metabolism are all directly impacted by it. The benefits of vitamins B6, B12, Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3), Pantothenic Acid (B5), Biotin (B7), and B9 are all combined in the Vitamin B Complex Injection (Folate).

B12 Injections in Birmingham

B12 Injections

Vitamin B12 can help your body function at a higher level of energy. Moreover, it helps enhance mental and cognitive function, help you lose weight, and reduce your risk of heart disease and other significant health issues. It can also assist to slow down memory loss.

Introductory price Now £15 per injection

B Complex

Each B vitamin is included in a single injection of vitamin B complex. With the help of B vitamins, you can keep your body in top condition and lower your risk of infection, support healthy metabolism, maintain energy levels and brain function, and strengthen your immune system.

Introductory price Now £20 per injection

Vitamin shots deliver more vitamins + nutrients than oral vitamins

Which is better for you, a B12 shot or B cocktail (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B12)? Patients who constantly feel fatigued and who generally feel weak and run down make up the great majority of the patients we treat for B12 injections or B combos. Could it be you? Some indicators of a vitamin B12 shortage that you might be displaying include:

  • Depression or low spirits
  • Sleep problems
  • Fatigue
  • Mental haze
  • Muscle tremor
  • Anaemia
  • Infertility
  • Multiple miscarriages
  • Sperm count is low

What are the benefits of vitamin B12?

  • Guarantees the health of the body’s cells
  • Vital for maintaining healthy bodily tissues
  • Helps the brain to develop and function properly
  • Promotes the health of skin cells
  • Helps with the production of new red blood cells
  • Aids in transforming food into energy

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Both B12 and B mixtures are quick to administer injections that are excellent for helping to supplement what your body cannot produce.

B12 injection: 1 mg B12

B12 and B complex in a cocktail form: 1 mg (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B12)

It is generally believed that eating a healthy diet will provide adequate vitamin B12 for most people. Yet, if your diet isn’t healthy enough or if your body has an underlying problem, it can not absorb enough B12, which might cause health issues. A lack of vitamin B12 can result from what? Here is a list of typical underlying conditions who could see a benefit from B12 injections.

Dangerous anaemia. An autoimmune condition results in a deficiency of red blood cells when the body cannot properly assimilate enough vitamin B12.

A vegan or vegetarian diet. B12 is primarily present in animal products. B12 deficiency is a common problem for people who follow vegetarian or vegan diets, and absorption can be unpredictable.

Stomach acidity is low. This is a growingly prevalent issue, particularly for those who use antacids to reduce what they perceive to be severe stomach acidity. The best absorption of B12 requires normal acid levels.

Gastrointestinal problems. Many people suffer from “subclinical” stomach problems. You likely have a gut condition like SIBO, leaky gut, or irritable bowel syndrome if you have a lot of gas, acid reflux, belching, loose motion and/or constipation, brain fog, migraines, and/or joint pain (IBS). Due to the slow onset of symptoms, many people are unaware that they have gut problems, which can seriously impair nutrient absorption.

Stomach ailments. Celiac disease and Crohn’s disease patients may not be able to absorb enough B12 from food.