Biotin injections are offered at Restorative Medicine to achieve better vitamin and nutritional balance. Health and wellness depend on reasonable preventative efforts which includes making sure that all of the essential nutrients and minerals our cells need are available. A Biotin injection is one option. Although lesser-known, Biotin is otherwise referred to as B 7. This vitamin is only found in foods in small amounts. Restorative Medicine recommends injections of Biotin as a treatment for anyone exhibiting symptoms of a deficiency. IV therapy and injection therapy are gaining ground as viable options for restoring what modern life strips away-nutrients, minerals, and hydration. IV therapy can also be used to eliminate dangerous toxins like heavy metals, which can do significant damage.
What is Biotin?
Biotin is a lesser-known B vitamin, otherwise known as B 7. It is one of eight that make up the family of B-complex vitamins. In particular, B 7 supports the metabolic processes, a fancy way of saying that it triggers the reactions needed to turn food into fuel. And, as we all know, the calories we take in, and the calories we burn affects weight gain. A Biotin shot boosts enzyme production, which in turn supports the metabolization of fat and carbohydrates. Biotin shots also support healthy cell growth and the creation of amino acids. Amino acids play vital roles in building up proteins (muscle strength) synthesizing hormones, and the firing of neurotransmitters, which affects the central nervous system and mental health. Biotin also helps the body regulate blood sugar levels. All in all, Biotin is a vitamin found in small amounts that still plays a big role in health and wellness.
What are the Benefits of a Biotin Injection?
Biotin exists in small amounts in the body and doesn’t show up in blood tests. However, there are symptoms when the body is low. Injections rich in Biotin will increase energy production by speeding up your metabolism. Other Biotin uses include improving glucose intolerance and helping with the regulation of blood sugar. And, because it supports cell activity related to the function of neurotransmitters, B7 Biotin is used to protect brain function. This can lead to the alleviation of mild depression. Furthermore, Biotin increased blood and circulatory health and aids in the build-up of muscle tissue. It is also thought to influence thyroid and adrenal function and can help to correct hormonal imbalances.
Biotin deficiencies cause thinning hair, brittle nails, dry skin, and at times, even red scaly rashes. So, looking younger is one very advantageous side benefit of receiving this B boost.
What Conditions Do Biotin Injections Treat?
Clients at Restorative Medicine who have received injections of Biotin have complained of feeling run down. Along with fatigue, they are showing more extreme signs of aging, which are known to be related to a lack of Biotin. Issues like thinning hair, discoloration of hair, dry skin, rashes on the face, and muscle weakness can all be improved through an injection of B 7 Biotin.
B 7 influences the production of proteins, which in turn impacts collagen production. Clients may not only feel younger and stronger, they look it. Biotin injections can be additional support when managing diabetes, weight loss, or the symptoms of depression. It can also contribute to healthier red blood cell production, with benefits for the heart and immune system. A Biotin injection might be the energy boost you’ve needed, with many side benefits as well.
Schedule an Appointment with Dr. Alexeyenko
IV Therapy includes IV drips of solutions that are administered directly into the bloodstream. This process bypasses the digestive system, so nutrients and hydrating and healing solutions remain as potent as they need to be to produce real results. Supplements can’t do the same job with the same level of effectiveness. A quick injection can deliver a much-needed boost of energy and health. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Vladmir Alexeyenko by calling (917) 994-9390.
Dr. Vladimir Alexeyenko and Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy provide Biotin injections in our office for patients from New York NY and these surrounding areas: New York, Manhattan, NYC, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Battery Park City, Financial District, TriBeCa, Chinatown, Greenwich Village, Little Italy, Lower East Side, NoHo, SoHo, Chinatown, Wards Island, Washington Heights, West Village, Alphabet City, East Village, Lower East Side, Two Bridges, Chelsea, Clinton, Gramercy Park, Kips Bay, Murray Hill, Peter Cooper Village, Stuyvesant Town, Sutton Place, Tudor City, Turtle Bay, Inwood, Spanish Harlem, Waterside Plaza, Lincoln Square, Manhattan Valley, Upper West Side, Lenox Hill, Roosevelt Island, Upper East Side, Yorkville, Hamilton Heights, Manhattanville, Morningside Heights, Harlem, Polo Grounds, East Harlem and Randall’s Island