If you lack energy, suffer from anemia, struggle to maintain a healthy weight or are deficient in essential vitamins and nutrients, Vitamin Injections London’s energy-boosting intravenous (IV) and intramuscular (IM) injections may be exactly what you need.
It’s a well-known fact that frequent episodes of stress can lead to the overproduction of the hormone cortisol, which can cause weight gain, high blood pressure, chronic skin conditions and illness.
Although we all need to take time out from our busy schedules, the pressures of work and life mean that this isn’t an option for everyone. Fortunately, Vitamin Injections London offer Vitamin B12 Energy Shots and Vitamin C Injections for energy in order to better prepare individuals for day-to-day life by enhancing physical stamina and improving mental agility.
Anaemia can be treated with vitamin B12 injections for energy, which are also used to encourage weight loss, as B12 assists the transformation of carbohydrates into glucose.
Vitamin C injections can help preserve the body's natural energy resources. As vitamin C encourages the production of electrons in the body, injections can prevent physical ‘burn out’ as well as episodes of extreme fatigue.
At Vitamin Injections London, we offer vitamin B12 injections for energy and vitamin C injections for protection and skin health:
- Vitamin B12 Energy Shot (IM)
- Pick Me Up B12 Shot with Folic Acid & Vitamin C (IV)
- Vitamin B12 Methylcobalamin Shot (IM)
- Vitamin C Injections (IV/IM)
What to expect
After selecting your chosen energy-boosting vitamin injection, your chosen medication will be delivered into your body. The positive effects are apparent within minutes.
Vitamin C and vitamin B12 injections for energy provide fuel for vital cells, strengthen the immune system and prevent illness.
Injections Vs. Supplements
In comparison to vitamin injections, oral multi vitamins release small amounts of energy into the bloodstream, making it difficult to adhere to recommended daily allowances (DV%) of vitamins.
Anaemia & B12 Deficiency
In the 1940s, scientists found that vitamin B12 injections for energy could effectively treat pernicious anaemia.
The body cannot store water-soluble vitamin C, making it necessary to supplement our vitamin C levels regularly.