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Vitamin Injections

Vitamin B12 Injections

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Why Have Vitamin B12 Injections

Our busy modern lifestyles mean that many of us are unknowingly deficient in key vitamins and minerals that are essential to our health and for the optimum performance of the body. Vitamin B12 plays an important role in many of the body’s functions and a deficiency in this valuable vitamin will quickly make itself known. It is water-soluble, so the body does not store it and many of us are susceptible to not getting enough B12 from our diets.

Injections of Vitamin B12 are becoming more in demand as people become aware of the many benefits, as well as the link between a lack of Vitamin B12 and various associated ailments or illnesses. These injections are the best way of rapidly boosting your levels, having an almost instant impact on your health and wellbeing.

If you are deficient in vitamin B12 the NHS lists the following potential symptoms:

  • Rapid breathing or shortness of breath

  • Headaches

  • Indigestion

  • Loss of appetite

  • Palpitations

  • Problems with your vision

  • Feeling weak or tired

  • Diarrhoea

  • A sore or red tongue, sometimes with mouth ulcers

  • Problems with memory, understanding and judgment (cognitive changes)

Benefits of Having B12 Injections

Vitamin B12 has a number of known benefits, including helping with:

  • Sleep boosting

  • Energy & immunity

  • A healthy digestive system

  • Proper brain function

  • A healthy immune system,

  • Hair & Skin health

  • And can be an essential supplement for Vegans and Vegetarians and the elderly

Treatment

Injections are given into muscle, known as an IM injection. The exact location varies from person to person however, normally it will be your arm, leg or buttock. All treatments are provided by our Director Deborah, who is an experienced senior sister in intensive care. All treatments will require a consent and medial assessment form to be completed at least 48 hours before. We will email these to you to complete electronically when you book your appointment.

It is recommended that you have 1 injection per week for 4 weeks and then 1 injection every 3 - 6 months. 

Each injection/appointment is £52, based on a course of 4 injections.

Aftercare instructions: 

Biotin Vitamin (B7) Injections

Biotin Injections

Why Have Biotin Injections?

Biotin also known as B7 or vitamin H, is a type of B complex vitamin that occurs naturally in a variety of foods, such as egg yolks, milk and dairy, legumes, nuts, avocados, bananas and organ meats like liver. Biotin helps support a healthy nervous system and improves the basic protein that makes up hair, skin and nails. This is why Biotin is known to help with hair growth and improve the general health of hair, skin and nails. It is also an important part of how enzymes in the body break down substances like fats, protein and carbohydrates into energy.

Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin, therefore it is not easily stored in the body. Any excess is passed through your system, and regular intake is required to avoid deficiency due to its transient nature. Biotin can be taken in tablet form or given intramuscularly as an injection. Most supplements are not effectively absorbed by our bodies through ingestion, intramuscular Biotin injections have been more effective in increasing Biotin levels faster in many patients.

Benefits of Having Biotin Injections

Although the main known benefit of Biotin is related to hair growth, there are many more benefits as listed below:

  • Aids in healthy sweat glands

  • Good for nerve tissue and bone marrow

  • Supports healthy cell growth, promoting healthy, glowing skin - with additional anti-ageing benefits

  • Improves acne, eczema and skin conditions

  • Strengthens hair and helps create Red Blood Cells that carry the nutrition and oxygen to the scalp and hair follicles, thus promoting healthy hair growth.

  • Aids in preventing hair loss

  • Promotes nail growth and strengthens dry, brittle nails

  • Improves blood glucose

  • Increases metabolism and speeds up weight loss by triggering the reactions needed to turn food into fuel

  • Boots enzyme production, which in turn supports the metabolisation of fat and carbohydrates

  • Creates amino acids that play a vital role in building up proteins (cell strength), which has a great effect on rejuvenation

Treatment 

To be of benefit a 6 week course of injections is required. After this it is recommended that you have an additional injection every 3 months. It is normal for it to take up to 6 months to see the full benefit.

Injections are given into muscle, known as an IM injection. The exact location varies from person to person however, normally it will be your arm, leg or buttock. All treatments are provided by our Director Deborah, who is an experienced senior sister in intensive care. All treatments will require a consent and medial assessment form to be completed at least 48 hours before. We will email these to you to complete electronically when you book your appointment.

Each injection/appointment is £52, based on a 6 week course.

Aftercare instructions:

Vitamin C Injections

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Why Have Vitamin C Injections

Vitamin C is an essential nutrient in our diet. It has many important roles our body’s immune function, including:

  • Wound healing

  • Preventing damage to cells

  • Building collagen

  • Producing chemical messengers called neurotransmitters

Many people take vitamin C for general health or to boost their immune system. It’s also taken to treat vitamin C deficiency. Vitamin C deficiency can lead to scurvy. Characteristic symptoms of vitamin C deficiency include:

  • Swollen and bleeding gums

  • Fatigue

  • Poor wound healing

  • Joint pain

  • Loose teeth

  • Coloured spots on the skin

If you are deficient in vitamin C the NHS lists the following potential symptoms:

  • Feeling very tired and weak all the time

  • Feeling irritable and sad all the time

  • Severe joint or leg pain

  • Swollen, bleeding gums (sometimes teeth can fall out)

  • Red or blue spots on the skin, usually on your shins

  • Skin that bruises easily

Benefits of Having Vitamin C Injections

Regular Vitamin C Injections can enhance physical wellbeing and prevent the onset of illness, this is because vitamin C is a natural antioxidant that protects the body against the effects of harmful agents. Benefits include:

  • Reduces fatigue

  • Improves the look and quality of the skin

  • Boosts the immune system

  • Gives you more energy

Treatment

We specifically provide Vitamin C with B complex. This is the better form of vitamin C.

Injections are given into muscle, known as an IM injection. The exact location varies from person to person however, normally it will be your arm, leg or buttock. All treatments are provided by our Director Deborah, who is an experienced senior sister in intensive care. All treatments will require a consent and medial assessment form to be completed at least 48 hours before. We will email these to you to complete electronically when you book your appointment.

It is recommended that you have 1 injection per month. 

Each injection/appointment is £62.

Aftercare instructions:

Vitamin D Injections

Vitamin D

Why Have Vitamin D Injections

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin in a family of compounds that includes vitamins D1, D2, and D3. Your body produces vitamin D naturally when it’s directly exposed to sunlight. You can also get vitamin D from certain foods and supplements to ensure adequate levels of the vitamin in your blood. 

Unfortunately, Vitamin D deficiency is very common. It is believed that as many as 60% of the UK population have lower than the recommended levels. It is particularly common among older demographics, where skin becomes less effective at producing Vitamin D, or among people with darker complexions.

Benefits of Having Vitamin D Injections

Vitamin D helps keep our bones, teeth and muscles strong, support our immune systems, and aid the function of our brains. Having low levels of Vitamin D could be a potential cause for a number of concerns, including:

  • Fatigue

  • Aching bones

  • Slow energy recovery

  • Susceptibility to viruses

Treatment

Injections are given into muscle, known as an IM injection. The exact location varies from person to person however, normally it will be your arm, leg or buttock. All treatments are provided by our Director Deborah, who is an experienced senior sister in intensive care. All treatments will require a consent and medial assessment form to be completed at least 48 hours before. We will email these to you to complete electronically when you book your appointment.

It is recommended that you have 2 injections per year, every 6 months. 

Each injection/appointment is £97.

Aftercare instructions: 

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