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Tinnitus

What are Vitamin D Injections?

Maintain a healthy body and give yourself the best possible defence against viruses (including COVID-19) with these pure shots of Vitamin D. Delivered straight into the bloodstream, our Vitamin D injections are the surest way to making sure you get the full levels of this essential vitamin.

Vitamin D helps keep our bones, teeth and muscles strong, support our immune systems, and aid the function of our brains. Having low levels of Vitamin D could be a potential cause for a number of concerns, including:

  • fatigue
  • aching bones
  • slow energy recovery
  • susceptibility to viruses
  • Tinnitus

Unfortunately, Vitamin D deficiency is very common. It is believed that as many as 60% of the UK population have lower than the recommended levels. It is particularly common among older demographics, where skin becomes less effective at producing Vitamin D, or among people with darker complexions.

At Clinic M, our Vitamin D Injections deliver a potent booster shot straight into your blood, with zero wastage. These help to keep your mind and body healthy, and sustain the levels of Vitamin D that your body needs.

How do Vitamin D Injections work?

Vitamin D is hailed as the sunshine vitamin because we primarily produce it from the sun’s UV rays. However, it is also found in certain foods such as oily fish, dairy, and egg yolks.

Vitamin D increases levels of calcium and phosphate in the body by increasing their absorption from the gut and reducing the amount removed by the kidney's.

Vitamin D helps the body regulate its levels of calcium and absorb calcium from food, which is essential for healthy bones, teeth and muscles. It is also powerful because it interacts with every one of our body’s cells. For example, it works with our white blood cells to fight off infections.

If you are low in Vitamin D, restoring your levels via Vitamin D injections can have the following health benefits:

  • Providing immune system support for staving off colds and other viruses
  • Maintaining strong and healthy bones and teeth
  • Maintaining bone density, particularly as we age, thus reducing risk of fractures
  • Maintaining strong muscles and aiding muscle recovery in sport
  • Restoring energy and combating fatigue
  • Stabilising mood

Although Vitamin D supplements can be taken orally, a lot of the product is lost through the body’s digestive process. With Vitamin D Injections injections, the Vitamin D is delivered directly into the bloodstream for optimal results. This treatment is especially beneficial for those of us who struggle to get or produce enough Vitamin D. This includes people who don’t get enough sun, older people whose bodies are unable to produce as much Vitamin D, and people with darker complexions, whose skin is more resistant to the sun’s UV rays.

We should also remember that too much sun exposure can damage the skin and cause premature ageing, as well as increase the risk of skin cancer.

How long do Vitamin D Injections take to work? 

The effects of Vitamin D injections are instant and cumulative. You should begin to notice the benefits as your levels become more and more replenished.

What is the downtime with Vitamin D Injections?

There is no downtime involved with Vitamin D injections. You should be able to return to most normal activities straight away.

Do Vitamin D Injections hurt?

Vitamin D Injections involves only the minor, fleeting discomfort of an injection.

How many Vitamin D Injections are needed?

Depending on the severity of your Vitamin D deficiency, we recommend a course of between three to six Vitamin D injections, with one to two weeks between injections. This will be discussed with you during your initial consultation.

Vitamin D and Tinnitus

One clinical study has linked Vitamin D deficiency with tinnitus. Tinnitus may co-exist with a great number of comorbidities and its prevalence may depend on many factors, such as sensorineural hearing loss, otitis media, otosclerosis, anxiety and depression, tempero-mandibular joint disorder (TMD), diabetes, dysthyroidism, pain and headache. Another mechanism by which Vitamin D deficiency may influence tinnitus is connected with magnesium. 

Levels required to be checked and full discussion regarding medical history prior to assessing suitability.

Vitamin D Injections

  • Consultation – FREE
  • Vitamin D Intramuscular Injection – 65.00

What our clients say...

Had my consultation today with Pauline, very professional and very informative. Will be returning for treatment. Would highly recommend...

Heather

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Clinic M Consulting Rooms 01463 217817

info@laserandskinclinic.co.uk

Clinic M Consulting Rooms
(formally Laser and Skin Clinic)
Spey House
Dochfour Business Centre
Dochgarroch
Inverness
IV3 8GY