The purpose of the Vitamin B12 injections is to improve energy levels, boost metabolism and help burn fat, some of the key benefits are:– B12 Boosts ENERGY and Overall Metabolic Rate– Enhances MOOD– Excellent for Healthy Hair and Skin– Helps regulate sleep and appetite– Detoxifies the body– Increases Red Blood Cell Production– Maintains a Healthy Liver

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Vitamin supplements are very popular.
People often believe they’ll act as a safety net and help to ensure adequate nutrient intake.
Supplementing with vitamin B12 is particularly common, because deficiency is widespread.
In fact, many people regularly get injections with vitamin B12.
These are claimed to help with energy levels, brain function and weight loss, to name a few.
This article reviews B12 injections and whether they are something you should consider.

Who’s at Risk and needs B12 Injections?
Vegetarians or vegans
If you’re diet doesn’t consist of the proper amounts of meat, fish and eggs
Over age 50
Pregnant or breastfeeding
Cigarette smokers
You take medications for heartburn or take potassium supplements
If you’ve had part of your stomach surgically removed or banded
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Why is a lack of B12 of such concern? In the short term, insufficient B12 levels can lead to deep fatigue, mood changes, and dementia-like qualities, preventing you from feeling your best and performing at your highest energy level. In the long term, an unchecked vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to permanent nerve damage, which is why it’s important to catch it early.

Injection vs. Pill
The stomach acids that aid in the natural breakdown of food also breakdown Vitamin B-12 pill supplements. The body will only absorb a small amount of the actual B-12 from a pill. In addition, as you get older your body’s ability to absorb B-12 through digestion continually decreases.  In fact, many adults are unable to absorb B-12 into their body at all! Injections provide a direct method of supplying your body with the Vitamin B12.
Vitamin B12 Shots Are Very Effective
An untreated vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to neurological problems or pernicious anemia, which occurs when your body doesn’t have enough B12 to produce the amount of red blood cells it needs.
Vitamin B12 shots are the most common way to prevent or treat a deficiency. The injections are prescribed by a doctor and given intramuscularly, or into muscle.
Injections are usually given as hydroxocobalamin or cyanocobalamin. These are very effective at raising blood levels of B12 and preventing/reversing a deficiency.

If you are deficient in vitamin B12, then the injections are very effective at raising your blood levels.
Potential Health Benefits
Given the vital roles that vitamin B12 plays in your body, a deficiency can have serious health consequences.
In fact, low blood levels of the vitamin have been linked to several health problems.

Brain Function
Age-Related Macular Degeneration

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People often believe they’ll act as a safety net and help to ensure adequate nutrient intake.