Cobalamin (B12) Injections
Required by your nerve and blood cells for DNA synthesis, energy production, nerve cell health and function, red blood cell formation and for proper neurological function. B12 is such an essential nutrient that injections are often prescribed by doctors to treat an array of health problems. At MagnifaSkin, our B12 therapy injections will ensure your body has all of this essential micronutrient it needs.
While present in some of the foods we eat, it’s easy to be deficient in B12, especially if you're vegan or vegetarian, as meats are the best source.
While younger people with a healthy diet are unlikely to be deficient in B12, for older individuals or those with any of the associated risk factors listed above, B12 supplementation is often the best and most practical way to address a deficiency. While it might be nice to think that we can just ‘clean up our diet’, as we’ve already seen, it’s not that simple. There is a long list of risk factors that may make your body less efficient at absorbing and using B12.
B12 therapy is, therefore, often the most practical method of making sure we have enough of this essential vitamin. Injection is highly effective, as it bypasses the stomach where bad bacteria may use up a substantial amount of it, and directly enters the bloodstream where it can be efficiently delivered to those areas of the body where it is needed.
Is your skin seeming to age faster than it should? Do you get sick frequently? Feeling stressed? Taking far too long to recover your energy after that intense workout? All of these conditions and more could be the result of a deficiency of key vitamins and nutrients in your body. IV Therapy, Injection Therapy and Micronutrient Testing can restore healthy levels of these nutrients and effectively treat these conditions, sometimes in a remarkably short period of time. Think minutes, not days!
The Many Benefits of Cobalamin (B12)
More Benefits of Cobalamin (B12)
Slow the Clock
Vegetarian or Vegan
Keep the Diet. Lose the Deficiency.
Risks and Contraindications
Risks of B12 Injections
Possible Side Effects