B12 injections

B-12 is an important antioxidant that is good for your blood health, particularly red blood cells. It plays an important part in brain functions and the production of DNA. Deficiencies in B-12 can cause you to feel tired, fatigued and may lead to anemia. Studies have shown that B-12 injections can support higher energy levels, benefit weight loss, and help with depression symptoms.

At Dimensionz Injectables we use injectables of B-12 to ensure you are getting vitamin B-12 safely and quickly. Our anti-aging and wellness injectables, including vitamin B-12, help you achieve more energy and a heightened quality of vitality.

If you are experiencing symptoms associated with vitamin B-12 deficiencies and you feel your physical and mental well-being will be improved, call Dimensionz Injectables for a consultation.

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Prices

B12 : $18,

B12 MIC : $21

Questions & Answers

What is vitamin B12 injections?

Supplementing with vitamin B12 is popular since the deficiency in B2 is widespread. Injections help with energy levels, brain function and in some cases weight loss.

What is vitamin B12 and what does it do?

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin. It is also known as cobalamin. It has an essential role in brain function, nerves and the production of red blood cells. B12 injections help with energy levels, brain function and in some cases weight loss. If you are a vegan or a vegetarian, you may be vitamin B12 deficient since B12 is only found naturally in animal foods. Those who are at risk of vitamin B12 deficiency include those who have had weight loss surgery, those with Crohn’s disease or celiac disease or those who have had intestinal surgery or above the qge of 50. Suspect vitamin B12 deficiency if you are unusually fatigued or experience low energy.

Is it possible to have too Vitamin B12 Injections?

It’s always possible to overdose on a good thing, but if you use the services of a medical professional and FDA approved injections, you will be monitored to ensure that everything is safe.

How will I know if I am vitamin B12 deficient?

If you are a vegan or a vegetarian, you may be vitamin B12 deficient since B12 is only found naturally in animal foods. The absorption of vitamin B12 depends on a protein in your stomach called intrinsic factor. If you do not have this protein, you may not be able to absorb vitamin B12 into your bloodstream. Those who are at risk of vitamin B12 deficiency include those who have had weight loss surgery, those with Crohn’s disease or celiac disease or those who have had intestinal surgery. Suspect vitamin B12 deficiency if you are unusually fatigued or experience low energy.

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