Vitamin B12 Injection Los Angeles
Receive Vitamin B12 shots and B12 injections with Cyanocobalamin or Methylcobalamin in our Beverly Hills office or throughout the Los Angeles area in home via nurse visits. Vitamin B12 replacement therapy with Methylcobalamin or Cyanocobalamin can also be administered intravenously.
What is Cyanocobalamin Vitamin B12?
Cyanocobalamin or Vitamin B12 is a semi-synthetic form of vitamin produced from bacterial hydroxocobalamin which is naturally converted to Methylcobalamin in our body through various chemical processes.
What is Methylcobalamin B12?
Methylcobalamin is a more bio available form of vitamin b12.
How it works?
Involved in the metabolism of the cells in the human body, energy production, fatty acid production and DNA production and regulation. Vitamin B12 is necessary for function and development of many parts of the body including red blood cells, nervous system, brain and more. Many people do not absorb vitamin b12 as they get older from food alone and require intramuscular injections or intravenous therapy to optimize levels.
What it treats and is used for:
- Vitamin B12 Deficiency
- Pernicious Anemia
- Memory Loss
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Boosting Mood
- Boosting Energy
- Increasing Concentration
- Boosting Immune System
- Heart Disease
- Lowering High Homocysteine
- Male Infertility
- Sleep Disorders
- Mental Disorders
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Skin Infections
How is it administered?
Injection or intravenously
Who should get Vitamin B12 shots?
Vitamin B12 Injection can help with a variety of illnesses and disorders but is especially more recommended as we age. As we get older there is not enough hydrochloric acid in our stomach to absorb vitamin B12 present naturally in food. People with pernicious anemia, vegetarians and vegans, patients with gastrointestinal surgery, weight loss surgery, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, are also highly recommended to receive vitamin B12 injections.
Absorption of Vitamin B12 naturally requires a full functioning stomach, pancreas, intrinsic factor and small bowel.