Vitamin Boosters

At Lindsay Owens Advanced Aesthetics we believe you look your best when you feel your best.

Our vitamin drips and booster shots are designed to replenish your body with the minerals, vitamins and amino acids you need to live life to the full without burning out. Whether you need to ensure your immune system is in peak condition to fight off winter colds, your skin needs brightening Vitamin C and Glutathione to help you stay radiant or you need the perfect fat burning cocktail to harmonise with your new gym routine we have what you need.

Vitamin B-12

Give your body a natural energy boost with a Vitamin B12 injection and end your reliance on stimulants like coffee and energy drinks. Whether you are looking to enhance your athletic performance, supplement your diet or manage your B12 deficiency, this vitamin injection can help. As well as giving you a natural energy boost it also helps to strengthen your immune system and lets you live your life beyond boundaries.

Vitamin B12 shots can aid your body in regulating your sleep, mood and appetite cycles and give you a boost of energy that lasts. Delivered intramuscularly the Vitamin B12 injection bypasses the digestive system for immediate effects that leave you feeling reenergized.

Vitamin B12 is essential for a healthy brain and nervous system. It’s also needed for making red blood cells — which are important for your energy levels. Low vitamin B12 levels can make you feel depressed and might affect your sleep and fitness.

Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, plays a key role in the normal functioning of your nervous system, and the formation of red blood cells. A deficiency can lead to anaemia — when you can’t transport enough oxygen around your body. Symptoms of this include low energy, pins and needles, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, and difficulty concentrating. Vitamin B12 deficiency can also affect your mental health and is linked to depression.

Anyone who is displaying any of the signs and symptoms of a B-12 deficiency or pernicious anemia should consult their doctor immediately.

Some common signs and symptoms include:

  • decreased cognitive function, such as issues with memory or understanding

  • fatigue

  • lethargy

  • constipation

  • feeling faint

  • depression or irritability

  • headache

  • difficulty maintaining balance

  • sore, swollen tongue, which may be pale yellow or very red

  • heart palpitations

  • mouth ulcers

  • paraesthesia (pins and needles)

  • vision changes

Vitamin C & D

Many people take vitamin C for general health or to boost their immune system. It’s also taken to treat vitamin C deficiency. Vitamin C deficiency can lead to scurvy.

Characteristic symptoms of vitamin C deficiency include:

swollen and bleeding gums

  • fatigue

  • poor wound healing

  • joint pain

  • loose teeth

  • coloured spots on the skin

In some cases, signs of scurvy can occur within a month of consuming less than 10 milligrams (mg) per day of vitamin C. Today, scurvy is rare in developed countries.

 

It’s most likely to occur in people who:

  • smoke

  • consume a limited variety of food

  • have nutrient absorption problems

Vitamin C injections are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treating vitamin C deficiency. They’re also approved for helping to treat serious wounds from trauma or burns. However, vitamin C injections are typically only used when vitamin C levels need to be increased quickly or when oral supplements can’t be taken due to poor absorption or other reasons.

Vitamin D is an important component in maintaining your general health and well-being.

  • Essential for healthy bones and muscles

  • Beats stress and fatigue

  • Boosts your immune system

  • Relieves anxiety and enhances your mood and well-being

 

REBOOT

If you’re feeling tired and rundown, then you may be lacking in Vitamin D. Evidence of a growing deficiency in the general population recently prompted the government to advise extra supplementation to combat the many health issues associated with a Vitamin D deficiency.

This essential nutrient is required for many of the main processes of the body and assists the body in its ability to absorb other minerals. Vitamin D is an important component in maintaining your general health and well-being. Certain groups are more at risk of a Vitamin D deficiency, but it seems that our current lifestyles have left us all more susceptible and in need of an added boost.

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