B12 Shots

Are you feeling constantly drained or struggling with fatigue that just won’t lift, no matter how much rest you get? B12 shots could be the solution you’ve been searching for. Vitamin B12 is a crucial nutrient that helps keep your body’s nerve and blood cells healthy and aids in the production of DNA. Unfortunately, many people, especially those following vegetarian or vegan diets, older adults, and those with certain health conditions, don’t get enough of this essential vitamin. B12 injections provide a direct boost of energy and support improved mood, mental clarity, and overall well-being. On our website, we delve into the benefits, usage, and frequently asked questions about B12 shots to help you decide if they are right for you.

Benefits of B12 Shots

A B12 deficiency may go unnoticed, or dismissed as simply aging or fatigue. However, regular B12 shots can revitalize your mind and body. You could end up feeling like a healthier and more active version of your old self!

Increased Energy

Vitamin B12 supports the conversion of your food into the energy your body uses. As a result, not enough B12 leads to weakness and exhaustion. B12 shots can reverse these symptoms by delivering the vitamin directly into your muscles, where it can be absorbed and boost your metabolism. Many of our clients notice an almost immediate and dramatic rise in their energy levels. They also often enjoy greater alertness, focus, and clarity of mind.

Improved Mental Health

B12 is also a key ingredient in the creation of “feel good” neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine. These support mood regulation, stress management, and cognitive function. Insufficient B12 levels can make depression and anxiety worse. B12 shots, on the other hand, can support mental health, leading to noticeable improvements in mood and emotional regulation.

Better Nervous System Function

B12 also supports a healthy nervous system by assisting the production of myelin, the substance that protects the nerve fibers. Sometimes, individuals who do not have enough B12 in their bodies suffer neurological symptoms such as tingline, numbness, and even difficulty walking. B12 shots can support healthy nervous system function, particularly in those who suffer from neuropathy or other diseases that impact the nervous system.


Learn more about B12 shots so you can discover its potential for your wellbeing.

  • What is the purpose of B12 shots, and who can benefit from them?

    B12 shots are typically administered to individuals who have a deficiency in vitamin B12 or have difficulty absorbing B12 orally. The shots provide a direct and efficient way to replenish B12 levels in the body, offering benefits such as increased energy levels, improved mood and mental health, and support for a healthy nervous system. While B12 shots can benefit those with a diagnosed deficiency, they may also be used by individuals seeking a quick boost in energy or mood, although it's important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any supplementation regimen.

  • How often should I get B12 shots, and are there any side effects?

    The frequency of B12 shots depends on the severity of the deficiency and the individual's response to treatment. Common schedules include injections every week for a month, followed by injections every one to three months for maintenance. As for side effects, B12 shots are generally considered safe when administered by a healthcare professional. However, some individuals may experience mild side effects such as pain or redness at the injection site, nausea, or headaches. These side effects are typically temporary and resolve on their own.

  • Can I get enough B12 from food sources alone, or do I need supplements or shots?

    While many people can meet their B12 needs through dietary sources such as meat, fish, dairy products, and fortified foods, some individuals may have difficulty absorbing B12 from food due to factors such as age, certain medical conditions, or medications that interfere with absorption. In such cases, supplementation with B12 shots or oral supplements may be necessary to ensure adequate levels of this essential nutrient.