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Vit Injections

If you’re feeling tired and run down all the time, suffering from unexplained aches and pains and continually falling victim to colds and other infections, then you may have a vitamin deficiency.

VIT-12 and VIT-D are essential vitamins that you can become deficient in, particularly if you follow a restricted or special diet, if you’re pregnant or breast feeding, if you suffer from certain health conditions or if you are over a certain age. Heavy smokers and drinkers can also have low levels of B12 + VitD.
If you’re in need of a vitamin shot, book a consultation today to discuss … Don’t give into life’s demands – let our B12 shot do all the hard work

Vitamin B12

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

Vitamin B12 enhances the metabolic function of the cells helping to boost energy release and support overall wellbeing.
There are multiple benefits of B12 on physical & mental health as well as emotional wellbeing:

BOOSTS ENERGY
reducing tiredness & fatigue

BOOSTS IMMUNITY
to support optimum physical health

BOOSTS METABOLISM
helping to support fat burning & weight loss

BOOSTS MENTAL WELLBEING
reducing stress & emotional instability

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS AND CAUSES OF B12 DEFICIENCY?

The following symptoms may be experienced if you are anaemic, and they are due to the reduced oxygen levels in your body: Lethargy Feeling faint Tiredness Breathlessness There are some less common symptoms, including:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Altered taste
  • Palpitations
  • Headaches
  • Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
  • Pale skin

One of the main causes is the autoimmune condition pernicious anaemia. Other causes are conditions affecting the stomach or small intestine, such as:

  • Crohn’s disease
  • Operations such as gastrostomies (which involve removal of part of the stomach)
  • Certain medications.

Researchers have also identified a gene variation linked to B12 deficiency. Long-term deficiency can lead to serious heart and neurological problems.

HOW LIKELY IS IT THAT SOMETHING COULD GO WRONG?

It’s highly unlikely that something could go wrong as a result of a B12 injection. For your reassurance, we have a prescribing partner licensed in UK medicine. We only allow specially trained and experienced aesthetics to administer the injection to you.

VITAMIN D INJECTIONS

Vit D has been linked to helping the immune system beat covid.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS

If you’re feeling tired and rundown, then you may be lacking in Vitamin D. This essential nutrient is required for many of the main processes of the body and assists the body in its ability to absorb other minerals. Vitamin D is an important component in maintaining your general health and well-being.
Certain groups are more at risk of a Vitamin D deficiency, but it seems that our current lifestyles have left us all more susceptible and in need of an added boost.
Our Vitamin D Injection is the perfect solution for when you’re lacking your ‘sunshine vitamin’. Start feeling healthier and happier within minutes with our 5-second shot!

WHAT IS VITAMIN D AND WHY IT MATTERS?

We have all heard that vitamin D is good for our bones. However, few of us really understand how seriously a lack of vitamin D can impact our day to day wellbeing. In fact, one UK survey found that more than half of us are vitamin D deficient!

Why does this matter?

Vitamin D’s job is to regulate the level of calcium and phosphate in the body. It does this by controlling how much is absorbed in the gut and taken up by the different parts of the body, including muscle, teeth and bone. As a result, Vitamin D deficiency causes muscle weakness, tiredness and bone pain. In extreme cases, a lack of vitamin D can impair bone growth causing diseases of brittle or painful bones, such as Rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults.

WHERE DOES OUR VITAMIN D COME FROM?

Most of our vitamin D is produced in our skin. Sunlight plays a key role in activating the vitamin D, hence its nickname “the sunshine vitamin”. Unfortunately, winter sun is not great at making vitamin D (it does not contain enough ultraviolet B radiation) and sunlight through a window does not work either. The best way to get vitamin D from the sun is to exposure our skin to the summer sun. If you are spending a lot of time in the sun, remember to take the necessary precautions to protect your skin from sun damage!

We can also get vitamin D from oily fish (mackerel, herring, salmon, sardines), red meat, eggs and certain foods (breakfast cereals, formula milk) have added vitamin D.

THE BENEFITS OF VITAMIN D:

  • Regulating calcium metabolism.
  • Regulating calcification of the bones.
  • Regulating the body’s use of phosphorus (a mineral that is important for bone structure).
  • Increasing the absorption of calcium from the gut.
  • Decreased excretion from the kidneys.
  • Assists with depositing minerals into the teeth.
    Maintains healthy blood levels of calcium and phosphorus.
  • Helps maintain nervous system, heart function and normal blood clotting.

There are times, however, when we are not receiving enough Vitamin D naturally like in the winter or on a rainy day, this is when we will start to experience the lack of Vitamin D and need to find another source.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I HAVE THE INJECTIONS?

The recommended dose is typically a single dose of 300,000 IU every 3-6 months.

VIT B12 1ml Shot: £25
VIT D 1ml Shot: £35

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