Vitamin B12 Injections
Give your body a natural energy boost with a Vitamin B12 injection and end your reliance on stimulants like coffee and energy drinks.
Give your body a boost
Give your body a natural energy boost with a Vitamin B12 injection and end your reliance on stimulants like coffee and energy drinks. Whether you are looking to enhance your athletic performance, supplement your diet or manage your B12 deficiency, this vitamin injection can help. As well as giving you a natural energy boost it also helps to strengthen your immune system and lets you live your life beyond boundaries.
- Help you to kick start weight loss,
- Speed up metabolism,
- Decrease stress,
- Balance your body,
- Improve concentration,
- Regulate mood,
- Help with sleep,
- Regulate appetite,
- Assist with detoxification.
Beneficial to you if you:
- Regularly feel weak and tired for no real reason
- Are over 50
- Take birth control medication
- Vegans & vegetarians
- Have high alcohol consumption
- Take regular heartburn medication
- Digestive problems – such as Coeliac, Chrohn’s,
- Autoimmune disease
- Regular strenuous exercise
- Fertility problems & erectile dysfunction
Frequently Asked Questions
It depends on your reasons for wanting B12 Shots. Once every couple of months benefits many people, or when you just need an energy boost. However, you may benefit from a course of 4 shots in the first month followed by a booster shot every 1-2 months. Once you notice how well you feel, you’ll really look forward to your regular shot.
No. You can carry on with your life immediately after the shot.
Vitamin B12 shots can aid your body in regulating your sleep, mood and appetite cycles and give you a boost of energy that lasts. Delivered intramuscularly the Vitamin B12 injection bypasses the digestive system for immediate effects that leave you feeling reenergize.
Victoria Rose, Clinic Director
As member of both the Nursing and Midwifery Council and British Association of Cosmetic Nurses, I understand the importance of being a safe, competent practitioner in this rapidly expanding industry of inadequately trained clinicians.