B12 Injection

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Vitamin B12, also known as Cyanocobalamin, plays a crucial role in maintaining our metabolism, supporting nerve function, and aiding in the production of red blood cells. It serves as a vital component in utilizing fats and carbohydrates for energy and contributes to the synthesis of new proteins. This process assists your body in generating energy by converting carbohydrates into glucose.

Deficiencies in vitamin B12 can have significant consequences, potentially affecting heart and neurological function. This deficiency can manifest in various serious symptoms, including tinnitus, severe joint pain, memory problems, depression, anxiety, impaired muscle function, ataxia, and changes in reflexes. Additionally, insufficient B12 levels may lead to infertility. Early detection and treatment of B12 deficiencies are essential for maintaining overall bodily health.


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