Vitamin B12 Injections Pensacola
Even if you are technically getting enough vitamin B12 from your diet, your body may not be absorbing it. When ingested orally, this vitamin may pass almost entirely through your system before its full potential can be realized. This process becomes even harder with age. However, with an injection properly placed by one of our technicians, the B12 will be absorbed directly into the body, enabling you to reap all of its aforementioned benefits. Your eligibility for this program will be determined by our Peak Medical Weight Loss team, which consists of Dr. James France, MD; Jessica Hardway, CRNP; and Nicole Gruber, CRNP.
A sufficient level of B12 in your system may result in:
- An increase in energy levels
- Relief from depression & anxiety
- Improvement in overall mood
- Decrease in cardiovascular disease
- Improved concentration
How B12 Helps With Weight Loss
The motivation to exercise really begins with the desire to get up and get moving. If you’re lacking energy and consistently feel sluggish and tired, it’s that much harder to get yourself into a productive fitness routine, which is essential for weight loss.
B12 Injections have been shown to not only lift your mood and give you an energy boost, but allow you to torch even more calories during your workout. Also, when it comes to facilitating an increase in metabolic efficiency, B12 is an important component of the digestive process. A substantial deficiency will practically disable the muscle tissues in your digestive tract and extremely hinder the process of absorbing nutrients from your food. Are you getting enough?
Medical Conditions Affected By Vitamin B12
A deficiency in Vitamin B12 can result in fatigue, depression, confusion, problems balancing, poor memory and can also lead to development of megaloblastic anemia or dementia. Signs you’re not getting enough B12 include weakness, tiredness, constipation, nerve problems–such as numbness or tingling in the hands and feet, or recurrent soreness of the mouth or tongue. Left unattended, B12 deficiency can seriously affect your quality of day-to-day life.