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VITAMIN INJECTIONS

clinician holding vitamin injections which will be injected into the muscle

How do vitamin injections work?


Our wellness boosters are here to aid you in your health and provide faster results for those who require it.  For anyone suffering from chronic long term conditions you will need to be seen by your GP or specialist.  Our injections can be placed into: The shoulder muscle, thigh muscle or glute muscle.  Glutathione can only be placed into the glute.

The list of vitamin injections we provide include:

VITAMIN B12, VITAMIN B COMPLEX, BIOTIN, VITAMIN C, VITAMIN D AND GLUTATHIONE
 
 
Vitamin B12:

Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin in the development of red blood cells and DNA.  It also plays a big role in the functioning of our nervous system and brain function.  B12 is naturally produced by bacteria in the soil but due to modern agriculture techniques these levels have reduced greatly.  It is also not easily absorbed efficiently when given in tablet form or added as a supplement to foods. 

Signs of deficiency: fatigue, muscle weakness, unexplained weight loss, shortness of breath, vision problems, poor memory, constipation, bleeding gums and sore mouth.
 
The benefits of B12 are: preventing anaemia, improving eyesight, boost in energy, improved brain function, prevents major birth defects, boosts mood, supports healthy skin, hair and nails.

Course: Once weekly for four weeks, then once monthly for three months.  Top up every 3-6 monthly thereafter.

Cost: £40 per injection


Vitamin B complex and Vitamin C:

The 'B' vitamins involved in this complex include: B1 (Thiamine), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Nicotinamide), vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) and Vitamin C (ascorbic acid).


Signs of deficiency: skin rashes, cracks around mouth, mouth ulcers, disturbed vision, low mood, fatigue, tingling in hands and feet, constipation.

Benefits of B complex: increased energy, increased metabolism (aids weight loss), improved eyesight, improved digestion, better sleep, improvement in hair skin and nails.

Course: Once weekly for four weeks, then once monthly for three months.  Top up every 3-6 monthly thereafter.

Cost: £60 per injection


 Biotin:

Biotin (known as vitamin B7) is one of the most important Vitamins in supporting cell growth and health tissue development.  Therefore, it is one of the leading Vitamins for supporting the hair, skin and nails.  It is also involved in the metabolisation of fat and carbohydrates.  Biotin injections can be used to aid hair growth treatments.

Course: Once weekly for four weeks, then once monthly for three months.  Top up every 3-6 monthly thereafter.

Cost: £40 per injection 


Vitamin C:

Vitamin C is a well known immune boosting vitamin.  It is estimated around 7.1% of the population are classified as vitamin C deficient.  Historically, this essential vitamin was used to treat vitamin C deficiency conditions such as scurvy.  Recently, Vitamin C has been used to boost our immune systems to help fight viral infections such as: the common cold, coronavirus, Flu and many others. 
 
Vitamin C also helps with heart disease, asthma, chronic pain and eye conditions.

Signs of deficiency: Weakness, fatigue, gum disease, easy bleeding, poor wound healing, blue or red spots on skin, low mood, nosebleeds, getting sick often.

Vitamin C benefits: Reduces risk of chronic diseases, helps manage blood pressure, reduces blood uric acid (helps with gout), helps prevent iron deficiency, boosts immunity, protects memory.

Course: Once weekly for four weeks, then once monthly for three months.  Top up every 3-6 monthly thereafter.

Cost: £40 per injection


Vitamin D:

Vitamin D is mainly absorbed via sunlight.  It is a vitamin found in very few foods but is available as a supplement.
Factors affecting vitamin D absorption include: Wearing sun protection, darker skin tones, staying indoors and winter season (less sunlight).

If you are of a darker skin tone, then vitamin D injections are essential to your overall wellbeing.

Signs of deficiency: Getting sick or infected often, fatigue, bone and back pain, depression, impaired wound healing, bone loss, hair loss, muscle pain.

Vitamin D benefits: Stronger immune system, regulates mood, stronger bones (helps deposit calcium into bones), reduced risk of autoimmune conditions.

Course: It is best to know your vitamin D levels prior to being treated.  One injection every 3-4 months is enough for mild / moderate deficiency.

Cost: £80 per injection


Glutathione:

 

Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant produced in the liver.  We naturally have high quantities but as we age the level reduces.  Glutathione helps remove toxins and free radicals via the lymphatic system and low levels can be dangerous.  This medication works well alongside vitamin D and Vitamin C.

Glutathione has been known to improve auto-immune conditions and improve skin quality.  It is an effective skin brightener.

Signs of deficiency: Acid blood stream, frequent infections, intellectual disability, seizures and loss of co-ordination.  Auto-immune conditions, fatigue, poor sleep, muscle aches % pains.

Glutathione benefits: Reduces effects of ageing (including skin), decreases melanin production (skin brightening), can reduce some skin disorders such as acne and eczema, detoxifies the body, improves immune system,

Course: One or two injections per week for five to ten weeks.  Course can be repeated every three to six monthly or when required.

Cost: £200 for a course of five injections 

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