Vitamin B12 injections are one of the safest and most reliable treatments for naturally increasing energy levels. Dr. John Kocka at Advanced Age Management offers B12 injections to patients in Medina, Wadsworth, Cleveland, and the surrounding Ohio cities. Almost everyone will see the immediate benefits of a B12 injection and leave the office feeling vibrant and vital.
What Are B12 Injections?
Vitamin B12 is one of many B vitamins. It occurs naturally in meat and eggs, and dairy. The body needs vitamin B12 to perform a large number of essential functions, including the creation of red blood cells, promoting brain health, the creation of natural energy, and regulating nerve function. Vitamin B12 injections add new vitamin B12 to the body.
Vitamin B12 injections promote overall health. People looking to lose a few pounds or make the most of their workouts often utilize B12 injections for their ability to help the body tap into its energy reserves. Since vitamin B12 makes it easier for your body to process fat and carbohydrate stores, most people will experience an immediate “pick me up” the moment a B12 injection kicks in.
How Much Do B12 Injections Cost?
To learn more about costs, we invite you to schedule a free consultation with Dr. John Kocka at Advanced Age Management. Our financing information can be reviewed here [LINK].
Am I a Candidate for B12 Injections?
Most people looking to improve their energy levels are great candidates for B12 injections, even if they don’t have a noteworthy vitamin B12 deficiency.
How Are B12 Injections Performed?
B12 is given as an injection into the muscle or beneath the skin. The way the shot is administered depends on the patient’s needs.
What is Recovery Like After B12 Injections?
There is no recovery period after B12 injections. You’re free to go about work and your daily activities.
How Long Do B12 Injections Last?
B12 injections are different for everyone. People with a vitamin B12 deficiency will need injections more frequently. Deficiencies are treated with daily injections. As the deficiency is treated, injections will only need to be administered once a month for maintenance.
In people with mild deficiencies or people who do not have a deficiency, one B12 shot a week is enough to keep the body working the way it’s supposed to. The B12 shot will continue to work up until the next shot is administered, as the benefits are long-lasting. Excess vitamin B12 is expelled by the body once it has absorbed all it needs to perform necessary functions.
Advanced Age Management provides B12 injections to men and women in Medina, Akron, Cleveland, and the surrounding Ohio communities. Contact Advanced Age Management to schedule a free assessment with Dr. John Kocka. Same-day consultations are available when necessary.