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B12 Injections

Vitamin B12 plays a very important role in our body – in fact, it’s critical to many essential processes like red blood cell formation, nerve function, and creating DNA. In simpler terms, it’s largely associated with the body’s metabolic processes, how we make and use energy.

Feel Energized And More Vital with B12 Injections from Rejuvenate Med Spa

Everything that happens in the body is affected by our metabolism, which is why B12 deficiency can show up as a variety of negative symptoms ranging from general fatigue to blurred vision. What’s worse, many people don’t recognize their seemingly unrelated symptoms could all be a result of insufficient B12. Because an average blood test doesn’t include B12 levels, deficiency can go undiagnosed for years. Symptoms can be subtle or severe and include:
  • Mood changes, irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Low appetite
  • Numbness/tingling
  • Poor memory
  • Dizziness
  • Heart palpitations
  • Vision problems

Fortunately, if caught early, most of these issues can be reversed by getting B12 levels in a healthy range. While the main source of B12 is food, specifically meat and dairy, people can still struggle to get enough on a daily basis. Vegetarians/vegans, people over 60, or anyone with a medical condition that limits B12 absorption are at the most risk of deficiency. Left untreated, symptoms will worsen and eventually may become permanent.

The Role Of Injections In Managing B12 Deficiency

Simply upping your dietary intake of B12 doesn’t always solve the problem. Some people do well on oral B12 supplementation in the form of a pill or capsule. But, B12 injections are the most effective way to improve B12 levels. Because injections bypass the digestive system, they work quite quickly. Most people notice a difference in 24-72 hours. We will monitor your symptoms and adjust your injection schedule to suit your needs. 

If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms listed above and haven’t considered B12 injections before, it might be something to come in and discuss. In just a quick office visit, you could be well on your way to feeling more like yourself again.