Vitamin B-12 Mega Boost Injection
Vitamin B-12 Mega Boost Injection
Get a B12 shot for an immediate energy boost at our Vitalize Infusion Center.
Put the bounce back in your step with B12 shots.
Vitamin B12 helps your body metabolize carbohydrates, protein & fat, converting the food you eat into glucose for energy. B12 is a fast-natural treatment for fatigue, low energy, stubborn weight or a sluggish metabolism.
B vitamins provide energy, a metabolism boost, healthier skin and muscles, and a stronger immune system.
Mild vitamin B12 deficiency is common, with many people unaware of the fact they may be lacking this essential nutrient. Vitamin B-12 cannot be made by the body and must be acquired through your diet, vitamin infusions or supplements.
Our Vitamin B-12 Mega Boost injection sends B vitamins straight into your bloodstream for complete absorption and immediate effect. Already a fan? Get 5 injections for the cost of 4 with our package pricing.
B12 Mega Boost Ingredients
- 2 forms of vitamin B12
- Folic acid
Vitamin B12 Benefits
The advantages of vitamin B12 shots include boosted metabolism and energy levels, as well as improved weight loss. Depending on your B12 levels and other health conditions, you may need monthly, weekly, or more frequent injections. Our vitamin injection experts will help you determine how often you need B12 shots and answer any questions you have about B12 and other vitamin infusion ingredients. Our private party IV service makes it easy to get the energy you need and spend time with your friends. ($200 minimum sale required)
B12 injections can be used for a variety of health purposes (click to jump to a section):
- Treat vitamin B12 deficiency
- Raise energy levels
- For weight loss
- Strengthen the immune system
- Promote healthy skin
- Treat fibromyalgia symptoms
- Treat pernicious anemia
- Relieve joint pain
- Improve muscle development
Many of our wellness injection patients have questions about our vitamin injections before receiving treatment. See some of the most common questions about B12 shots.
Vitamin B12 Injection FAQs
- What do B12 injections do?
- Are B12 shots better than pills?
- Are B12 shots good for you?
- Are vitamin B12 injections safe during pregnancy?
- Do B12 injections hurt?
- Can I give myself B12 injections?
- How often should I get B12 injections?
- How long does a B12 shot last?
- What are the side effects of B12 injections?
- How does vitamin B12 help with weight loss?
- Does vitamin B12 cause constipation?
- Does vitamin B12 help with anxiety?
Vitamin B12 Deficiency
Vitamin B12 deficiency is more common in older adults.
A vitamin B12 deficiency can be the result of your diet. Many vegetarians and vegans are susceptible to B12 deficiencies since B12 mainly comes from animal products, including fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk, and dairy products. Other causes include Crohn’s and Celiac disease, which prevent the body from properly digesting and absorbing vitamin B12.
Whatever the reason for your B12 deficiency, it can cause a variety of symptoms that could interfere with your active lifestyle:
- Mood changes
- Memory problems
- Trouble concentrating
- And more
Regular vitamin deficiency treatment helps your body maintain the amount of B12 it needs to improve your symptoms.
B12 Shots for Energy
How does B12 work to boost your energy? This important nutrient allows your body to regulate your sleep, mood, and energy levels more effectively.
B12 helps your body absorb folic acid, another nutrient which releases energy. B12 also aids in the production of serotonin, a chemical in your brain that helps you feel positive. Visit our IV therapy clinic in Chandler for effective B12 shots and other energy boosting vitamins.
Vitamin B12 Injections for Weight Loss
Vitamin B12 helps your body metabolize fats and protein. B12 vitamin shots for weight loss supplement your healthy diet and exercise routine to help you shed those stubborn pounds. Along with boosting your metabolism and slowing down weight gain, B12 provides energy to motivate you to exercise. For maximum weight loss, try our high-dose metabolism injection.
B12 Shots for Immunity
B12 is important for maintaining healthy immunity. It is essential for the creation of white blood cells, which protect your body from infections. If your vitamin B12 levels are too low, your white blood cells cannot do their job properly, and your immunity is compromised. Along with our B12 shots, try our Immune Boost IV hydration treatment to guard against sickness.
B12 Shots for Healthy Skin
Our B12 shots including biotin improve the texture and health of your skin, treating and preventing conditions such as:
- Dull complexion
- Dry skin
- Uneven skin tone
- Skin lesions
- Premature wrinkles
B12 helps keep you slim, trim & full of energy.
As well as our vitamin B12 injections, IV hydration for skin helps maintain your skin’s moisture for a healthy appearance.
Pernicious Anemia and B12 Injections
Pernicious anemia (a form of megaloblastic anemia) is a type of B12 deficiency. Without enough vitamin B12, your body has trouble producing enough red blood cells. Symptoms of pernicious anemia include:
- Shortness of breath
- Numb or tingling hands and feet
- Smooth, bright red tongue
Fortunately, this condition is treatable with regular vitamin B12 shots.
Fibromyalgia B12 Shots
People seeking natural treatments for fibromyalgia often experience the following symptoms:
- Muscle pain
- Sleep disorders
Low levels of vitamin B12 also appear in some fibromyalgia sufferers. With B12 shots, many people with fibromyalgia found they had less pain and better moods.
B12 Shots and Joint Pain
Vitamin B12 injections reduce and relieve joint pain from carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis, as well as alleviate swelling and inflammation caused by bursitis. People taking vitamin B12 supplements and injections for pain in their wrists, knees, shoulders, and other joints experience far less joint pain than those who don’t take the vitamin.
Vitamin B12 for Muscle Growth & Recovery
Your body requires B12 to turn food into energy.
Bodybuilders, athletes, and anyone seeking to build or maintain lean muscle mass will benefit from regular B12 injections. B12 helps your body break down the protein you eat so the amino acids can be used to repair and build muscle tissue. B12 is also essential for making the red blood cells carrying oxygen and nutrients to your muscles.
Frequently Asked Questions on Vitamin B12 Injections
What do B12 injections do?
The benefits of B12 injections are impressive and far-reaching. Most commonly, B12 is used for an energy boost and to assist with weight loss.
What is the difference between B12 shots and pills?
Unlike vitamin B12 in pill form, our injections are more easily absorbed and used by your body for faster effect.
Are B12 shots good for you?
Yes, vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient for healthy nerve function and blood cells. If you have a B12 deficiency, vitamin injections at our hydration clinic help restore healthy B12 levels. Even if you are not deficient, B12 shots can improve your energy and weight loss. Since vitamin B12 is water soluble, any excess simply leaves your body through urine, so you cannot overdose. This vitamin treatment is safe and healthy.
Are vitamin B12 injections safe during pregnancy?
Vitamin B12 is especially important during pregnancy, and B12 shots are safe for pregnant women. Talk to your regular doctor first if you have any concerns.
Do B12 injections hurt?
Our B12 vitamin shots are nearly painless – some patients report feeling a slight pinch.
Can I give myself B12 vitamin injections?
For certain health conditions, doctors may recommend giving yourself B12 shots at home. Our vitamin injections may have a different dosage than you need or other differences. If you require B12 injections for a medical condition, talk to your doctor before getting our B12 Mega Boost shot.
How often should you get B12 injections?
Vitamin B12 shots are most effective when done on a regular basis, which could mean every other day or every month. Our doctor and medical staff will make recommendations and help you find the optimal interval for your B12 injections.
How long does a B12 shot last?
B12 shots are a safe & natural way to protect your health.
Vitamin B12 is water soluble, so all the B12 in your body is eliminated regularly through urine. How fast the B12 stays in your body depends on how much water you drink and how much exercise you get. Our doctor can give you an estimate of how long your B12 injection will last by discussing your hydration and workout habits.
What are the side effects of a B12 injection?
The risk of overdosing on vitamin B12 is extremely low, but it is possible to experience mild side effects such as pain, redness or itching at the injection site.
How does vitamin B12 help with weight loss?
Vitamin B12 is essential for healthy metabolism, which is how your body converts protein, fat, and carbohydrates into energy. When your metabolism is working optimally, you burn calories faster and have more energy, which makes it easier to keep up with regular exercise.
Does vitamin B12 cause constipation?
Not at all! If you are getting plenty of B12, its likely constipation is not a problem for you. In fact, long-term B12 deficiency can cause constipation and other digestive issues. Vitamin injections and IV hydration therapy help keep your digestive system healthy and regular.
Does vitamin B12 help with anxiety?
People deficient in vitamin B12 can experience increased anxiety, inability to concentrate and mood swings. Vitamin B12 is essential for maintaining healthy brain function, nerve growth & development and mental energy.
If you find yourself feeling exhausted on a regular basis and need a stronger, longer lasting remedy, try our Meyer’s Cocktail IV infusion or our MIC B12 injection treatments.
Accepted Payments for IV Therapy
We accept cash and most credit cards, including VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Our services are HSA (Health Savings Account) approved, so you can also pay that way. We do not accept insurance, but our costs are typically less than what you can expect to pay for an ER copay, without having to sit in a waiting room.