Vitamin B12 Vitamin D

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Vitamin B12, Vitamin D



What are Vitamin D Injections?

Maintain a healthy body and give yourself the best possible defence against viruses (including COVID-19) with these pure shots of Vitamin D. Delivered straight into the bloodstream, our Vitamin D injections are the surest way to making sure you get the full levels of this essential vitamin.

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.

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.

At Vie Aesthetics, our Vitamin D Injections deliver a potent booster shot straight into your blood, with zero wastage. These help to keep your mind and body healthy, and sustain the levels of Vitamin D that your body needs.

How do Vitamin D Injections work?

Vitamin D is hailed as the sunshine vitamin because we primarily produce it from the sun’s UV rays. However, it is also found in certain foods such as oily fish, dairy, and egg yolks.

Vitamin D helps the body regulate its levels of calcium and absorb calcium from food, which is essential for healthy bones, teeth and muscles. It is also powerful because it interacts with every one of our body’s cells. For example, it works with our white blood cells to fight off infections.

If you are low in Vitamin D, restoring your levels via Vitamin D injections can have the following health benefits:

  • Providing immune system support for staving off colds and other viruses
  • Maintaining strong and healthy bones and teeth
  • Maintaining bone density, particularly as we age, thus reducing risk of fractures
  • Maintaining strong muscles and aiding muscle recovery in sport
  • Restoring energy and combating fatigue
  • Stabilising mood

Although Vitamin D supplements can be taken orally, a lot of the product is lost through the body’s digestive process. With Vitamin D Injections injections, the Vitamin D is delivered directly into the bloodstream for optimal results. This treatment is especially beneficial for those of us who struggle to get or produce enough Vitamin D. This includes people who don’t get enough sun, older people whose bodies are unable to produce as much Vitamin D, and people with darker complexions, whose skin is more resistant to the sun’s UV rays.

We should also remember that too much sun exposure can damage the skin and cause premature ageing, as well as increase the risk of skin cancer.

How long do Vitamin D Injections take to work?

The effects of Vitamin D injections are instant and cumulative. You should begin to notice the benefits as your levels become more and more replenished.

What is the downtime with Vitamin D Injections?

There is no downtime involved with Vitamin D injections. You should be able to return to most normal activities straight away.

Do Vitamin D Injections hurt?

Vitamin D Injections involves only the minor, fleeting discomfort of an injection.

How many Vitamin D Injections are needed?

Depending on the severity of your Vitamin D deficiency, we recommend a course of between three to six Vitamin D injections, with one to two weeks between injections. This will be discussed with you during your initial consultation.

What are Vitamin B12 Injections?

Vitamin B12 is an essential, water-soluble nutrient for vitality and wellbeing. It aids your digestion, helps you to regulate mood, and assists in maintaining a healthy immune system. If you have low Vitamin B12 levels, you may find you have symptoms such as:

  • fatigue
  • stress
  • loss of appetite
  • low moods
  • faintness
  • “brain fog”
  • pale skin.

When suffering from a Vitamin B12 deficiency, injections are the most effective solution for delivering the nutrient to your body. The full dose is delivered straight into your system, enabling you to feel happier, vibrant and more energised. As with all vitamins, Vitamin B12 is a vital component to any healthy and active lifestyle.

How do Vitamin B12 Injections work?

According to the UK government, our bodies require 1.5 micrograms (mcg) a day of Vitamin B12, although other governments advise that we actually need more.

Vitamin B12 is predominately only acquired naturally from animal-based produce such as meat, dairy, eggs, as well as fish, especially trout, salmon and cod. Vitamin B12 deficiencies are therefore quite common among vegetarians and vegans. However, many people who are deficient are simply this way because their bodies are unable to absorb Vitamin B12 efficiently.

Supplementary tablets can be taken to account for a lack of Vitamin B12 in the diet. However, injections are a more effective method because the Vitamin B12 is delivered straight into your system without being digested first, allowing for maximum results. Any Vitamin B12 that is not required by the body is excreted in the urine.

How long do Vitamin B12 sessions last?

Procedures are incredibly quick. They are simply the length of time of an injection.

How long do Vitamin B12 Injections take to work?

Most clients have a sense of improved general wellbeing almost immediately after their first Vitamin B12 injection. Nearly all clients report a larger rise in energy levels after their second or third shot. Clients generally have a Vitamin B12 injection every week for the duration of their recommended course.

What is the downtime of Vitamin B12 Injections?

There is zero downtime with Vitamin B12 injections. You can return to normal activities right away.

Do Vitamin B12 Injections hurt?

There is only the very minor and fleeting discomfort of an injection.

  • How many treatments are needed?

    Our medical suggestion is to have one shot at weekly intervals, up to five shots (so five shots over five weeks). And then repeat the same cycle every six to 12 months.


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