Vitamin B12 Injections
B12 is a water-soluble vitamin playing a very important role in ensuring the nervous system and the brain function properly. It is also vital in the body’s production of blood, metabolizing fat and producing energy for daily functioning.
Even if you are technically getting enough B12 from your diet, your body may not be absorbing it. When ingested orally, this vitamin may pass almost entirely through your system before its full potential can be realized. This process becomes even harder with age. However, when injected, B12 will be absorbed directly into the body, enabling you to reap all benefits.
What To Expect
By incorporating B12 into your customized plan, a variety of benefits can be utilized to help you reach your ideal weight.
The motivation to exercise really begins with the desire to get up and get moving. If you’re lacking energy and consistently feel sluggish and tired, it’s that much harder to get yourself into an essential, productive fitness routine.
B12 Injections have been shown to not only lift your mood and provide an energy boost, but also allow you to burn even more calories during your workout. When it comes to facilitating an increase in metabolic efficiency, B12 is an important component of the digestive process. A substantial deficiency will practically disable the muscle tissues in your digestive tract and extremely hindering the process of absorbing nutrients from your food.
Direct injection of B12 has also been related to:
Improvement Of Mood
Low levels of B12 have been linked to depression.
Regulation Of More Restful Sleep
B12 assists the production of melatonin, a hormone that assists the body with rest.
Keeping The Liver Healthy
B12 significantly reduces jaundice and serum bilirubin, conditions resulting from damage to the liver.
Red Blood Cell Formation
Proper levels help to decrease the risk of anemia.
Fat-soluble toxic chemicals require B12 to be flushed from the body.
If you have any questions regarding the B12 Injections available at Wexford Wellness, please Ask The Doctor by submitting your question on the form located on the right. You can also call us directly at 724-935-4300.