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Every cell in the body uses vitamin B12. It contributes to the maintenance of healthy nervous system function and is crucial for DNA synthesis. Red blood cells must be formed as well. It aids in the metabolism of amino acids, which is vital for the health of your hair (the building blocks of hair). Additionally, it supports the health of your red blood cells, enabling them to adequately oxygenate all of your tissues, including your hair follicles.
When your body is unable to absorb vitamin B12 from your diet due to the condition known as pernicious anaemia, you may experience vitamin B12 insufficiency. It may also occur if your diet is deficient in foods high in vitamin B12 or if you are using drugs that prevent the absorption of this vitamin. Symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency include; extreme tiredness, lack of energy, muscle weakness, disturbed vision, low mood, hair loss and premature greying of hair.
Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, is an essential nutrient that is vital for maintaining healthy hair, skin, and nails. It plays a critical role in the growth and maintenance of hair by aiding in the production of keratin, the protein that forms the structural building blocks of hair. Biotin is also necessary for the metabolism of fatty acids, which are essential for healthy hair growth. Studies have shown that biotin deficiency can lead to hair loss and thinning hair.
At Hair Loss Studios, we offer highly effective biotin shots as a treatment for hair loss. Our intramuscular biotin shot is a concentrated form of this essential nutrient that can be administered directly into the body. This targeted delivery method allows for optimal absorption and utilization of biotin by hair follicles, promoting healthy hair growth and reducing hair loss. With our biotin shots, you can achieve fuller, thicker, and healthier hair.
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