B12 Injections

A popular treatment to combat exhaustion…

Do you feel tired all the time and find yourself struggling to make it through the end of the day? For healthy individuals vit B12 injections can be used intermittently and are a popular treatment for exhaustion, burn out and even post party nausea!

As (with very few exceptions) there is no recognised risk from receiving high or frequent doses of Vitamin B12, we set no limit on the frequency of Vitamin B12 injections – the requirement can be determined by the client’s symptoms. Contact Us | Book Online

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Are Vitamin B12 Injections Safe?

For the majority of people, yes. B12 is a water-soluble vitamin – which means that surplus is not retained in the tissues, it is passed out of the body via the kidneys and therefore will not reach toxic levels.

Do Not Have These if…

  • If you have a known allergy to cobalt.
  • If you suffer from Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy.

Where’s the Injection & Does it Hurt?

Usually the upper arm (deltoid muscle). A brief sting is possible but will not be long lasting. Reactions at the site of the injection are possible (redness, swelling) but are rare and short lived.

How Often Should I Have These?

As we are not treating an illness but offering a supplement, we do not recommend a particular regime, the frequency will depend on client’s symptoms and could even just be a be a one off injection.

Importantly, as already stated, assuming there are no contraindications to treatment, frequent B12 injections are safe.

Can I Get These From My GP?

You might be able to do so, therefore it is always worth asking – and of course you will receive them if you have a diagnosed B12 deficiency – but many of our clients come to us because their GPs are unwilling to offer treatment more frequently than every 3 months, which is the currently advised interval for treatment with B12 for proven deficiency.

We are offering these injections as a supplement to enhance general health and wellbeing; we are not treating an illness.

Treatment Summary

Treatment time: 15 minutes.
Does it hurt: A mild sting immediately after injection.
Anesthetic: None.
Back to work: Immediately.
Recovery: Immediately.
Results: Up to two weeks.
Duration of results: Up to 3 months.

B12 Injections Prices…

Duration
Price £
Course of 4 / Once a week £120.00
Maintenance Shots £35.00 each