Many people have vitamin deficiencies, and many more could benefit from taking supplements. Vitamin B complex injections can help you reach your daily intake of these important vitamins. These vitamins affect many aspects of health and are especially important for energy production and red blood cell formation.
Abigail works within our Skin Clinic at The Boutik salon in Plymouth. She has put the following article together to talk about this amazing new treatment and why if you have vitamin deficiencies, this injection could benefit you greatly.
Red blood cell formation
The B vitamins are also important for the production of neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are chemicals that carry messages between neurons, or brain cells, and help regulate mood and emotion. They are also vital for proper functioning of the nervous system.
B vitamins are also essential for red blood cell formation because they help your body convert glucose into energy (glucose is the main source of energy for all cells in our body). The process of red blood cell formation requires many nutrients, including folic acid (found in cauliflower), iron (found in spinach), choline (found in soybeans) and vitamin B12 (found mostly in animal products).
Without adequate amounts of these nutrients you won’t be able to make enough new red blood cells to replace old ones as they die off over time. It can cause anemia symptoms such as fatigue, weakness and dizziness if left untreated! This condition can be treated easily by having a B Complex multivitamin Injection containing all the necessary ingredients needed to boost one’s health back up again.”
Healthy nervous system
B vitamins are essential for the nervous system. They help protect against nerve damage, and they’re required for the production of neurotransmitters like acetylcholine, dopamine, and serotonin. Additionally, vitamin B12 is required for the formation of red blood cells—and a healthy nervous system requires healthy red blood cells!
Exactly how do B vitamins perform these roles? They’re essential for energy production, and play a major part in converting carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into energy. This is done through a process called cellular respiration, which occurs in the mitochondria of your cells. Mitochondria are like batteries that generate chemical reactions to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate). This is the body’s main source of fuel for all its activities.
B vitamins are also needed to metabolize fats, proteins and carbohydrates. This is a processes that take place in your liver via enzymes known as coenzymes. These coenzymes require B vitamins such as thiamin (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), pantothenic acid (vitamin B5). Also included is pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin BI) or pyridoxal 5′-phosphate(P5P) form of vitamin BI) cobalamin or methylcobalamin form of vitamin BI). The latter two forms can be made by intestinal bacteria if you don’t consume enough dietary sources!
The B vitamins are essential for healthy vision. Low levels of B6 can cause night blindness, and low levels of B12 can lead to blurred vision, dry eyes and even cataracts. To help ensure your eyes remain clear and bright:
- Eat plenty of leafy greens, which are rich in vitamin K and folate (folic acid).
- Include other foods that contain the vitamins mentioned above, such as whole grains and beans.
- Take a multivitamin with at least 100 percent of your daily value for each nutrient included in it. This will ensure you get enough vitamin D as well as all the other nutrients needed to keep your sight sharp!
Healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver
If you want to have healthy skin, hair, and nails, then the B vitamins are for you. B6 and B12 are needed for healthy skin and hair growth. Folate is needed for healthy red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout your body. When you have enough vitamin B6 in your diet or through supplements (like injections), it can help keep your body from drying out as it ages by preventing dry skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis. Vitamin B12 helps maintain healthy nerve function which is important when it comes to maintaining good balance so that people don’t trip over themselves because they can’t see well out of one eye anymore due to cataracts caused by lack of being able to make new red blood cells properly!
Many people are deficient in B vitamins and could benefit from a Vitamin B Complex Injection to reach the recommended daily allowance.
B vitamins are water-soluble, meaning that your body does not store them. As a result, you must consume them regularly in order to maintain healthy levels. Deficiencies can cause a variety of symptoms including fatigue, depression and heart problems.
B vitamins are found in many foods such as avocados and bananas; however, most people do not consume enough of these foods on a daily basis. This helps to keep bodies properly nourished. Injections are an effective way to increase the amount of B vitamins in your bloodstream quickly
Why have a Vitamin B Complex Injection
Vitamin B Complex injections can be beneficial to your health. Although they are not a cure for what ails you, they can help give your body the nutrients it needs to heal itself from many ailments. Our Plymouth based Skin Clinic offers a range of injectable treatments with packages to suit including a Vitamin B Complex injection.