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Vitamin B12 is vital for the adequate functioning of our digestive system and defends us against harmful viruses and bacteria. Vit B12 deficiencies affect the way in which our bodies use valuable energy. Stress, fatigue and ‘brain fog’ as well as reduced physical stamina are common side effects of vitamin B12 deficiency. The benefits of vitamin B12 injections in the treatment of these, as well as serious issues including dementia and panic disorder, have come to light within the past twenty years. Recently, the increasing popularity of veganism has made B12 shots more popular than ever before.
Vitamin B12 injection benefits include a healthier cardiovascular system & for this reason we always recommend a course of treatments to individuals who are looking to achieve maximum health and energy improvements. It is certainly evident that high concentrations of Vitamin B12 are an essential component of a healthy & active lifestyle.
Vitamin B12 is a powerhouse. It helps make DNA, nerve & blood cells & is crucial for a healthy brain & immune system. Your metabolism wouldn’t run smoothly without it. But B12 isn’t like other vitamins. It’s only found in animal products like eggs, meat, shellfish & dairy. Up to 15% of people don’t get enough B12, & they’re more likely to be vegetarians, have celiac disease or other digestion problems, or be an adult over 50. The signs of vitamin B12 deficiency include exhaustion, rapid heartbeat, brain fog & other symptoms.
If you are a runner who is beginning to feel lethargic and run-down or would like to enhance your performance, consider your intake of vitamin B12. Its primary role is to aid other nutrients. It assists in fat, cholesterol & protein metabolism by breaking them down into usable energy; ensures dietary folate becomes functional and is released into the body; maintains your neurological health and development; & helps form DNA, which is needed for constant cell formation. As a runner, your cell turnover & nutrient metabolism is greater than the average individual, so avoid becoming deficient.
Vitamin B12 occurs naturally in animal products. So if your diet largely consists of plant-based foods such as fruits, veggies, beans & soy, you’re at risk for deficiency.
B12 isn’t nicknamed the energy vitamin for nothing. Inadequate B12 intake makes a dent in red blood cell production & some of the earliest signs of a deficiency include feeling dragged, confused & weak. The problem is these clues are so vague & not everyone experiences them the same way. And since they can be attributed to so many other possible triggers, most people don’t think to be tested. If these symptoms occur & stick around for weeks, it’s best to consult your doctor & rule out other causes. Other symptoms include dizziness, impaired thinking & confusion.
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