Vitamin B12 Injections

Cost: £30 per injection

What is B12?

B12 (cobalamin) is a nutrient which is needed to keep your bodies blood and nerve cells healthy. It makes everything work as it should. Not only do we need b12 to keep our blood healthy, it is essential for our brain and nervous system too. Our bodies do not make vitamin B12 naturally so we need to source this in other forms such as animal based foods and supplements.

What kinds of food is B12 found in?

B12 can be found is foods such as :-
*Fish
*Milk
*Red Meat
*Eggs
*Chicken
*Crab

What are the benefits of a B12 injection?

There are many benefits of vitamin b12.
Here are 10 ways in which Vitamin b12 injections can help

⭐️ Prevent fatigue
⭐️ Boost your immune system
⭐️ Increase energy levels
⭐️ Improve concentration levels
⭐️ Improve your mental health
⭐️ Improve your sleep patterns
⭐️ Promote healthy skin
⭐️ Increase cardiac health
⭐️ Decrease the risk of age related eye problems
⭐️ Decrease the risk of low bone mineral density

How is the B12 administered?

The B12 is administered into the deltoid muscle at the top of your arm.

Is the procedure painful?

You may experience a slight stinging sensation during the injection

When will I see results?

Most people need a couple of injections before they start to notice a difference in how they feel. You will be advised about this during your consultation.

I have been given the B12 by my GP in the past, would I be able to get this injection at the clinic?

It would be recommended that you speak to your GP and arrange any necessary blood tests to ensure you do not have a medical need for the B12. If this was the case then you would need to have your B12 via your GP as you will need monitoring.

Are there any side effects?

You may experience slight tenderness, swelling and redness following this procedure.

How long does the treatment/procedure take?

This treatment takes less than 5 minutes

Please note that following a thorough consultation, you may be advised to book an appointment with your GP if you are unwell and are showing any signs of sever deficiency.