What are the benefits of vitamin B?
Vitamin B comprises the following 8 water-soluble vitamins:
- vitamin B1 (thiamin);
- vitamin B2 (riboflavin);
- vitamin B3 (niacin);
- vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid);
- vitamin B6 (pyridoxine);
- vitamin B8 (biotin);
- vitamin B9 (folic acid);
- vitamin B12 (cobalamin).
They’re not produced by the body and must be assimilated through food. They’re found in a wide range of food including cereals, fruit and vegetables, nuts, legumes and products of animal origin (meat, fish, eggs, milk, cheese). The following daily vitamin B intake is recommended:
|Type of vitamin B||For women||For men|
|B1||1,1 mg||1,2 mg|
|B2||1,1 mg||1,3 mg|
|B3||14 mg||16 mg|
If ever you have a deficiency, you may need to opt for a vitamin B supplement, for example via intravenous injections. This is a rapid, effective solution for assimilating vitamins, minerals and antioxidants into the bloodstream in just a few minutes. Here, at YuBoost, we propose a range of IV therapies, lasting 45 to 60 minutes, carried out by a team of nurses specialized in vitamin injections. The treatment may be administered in your own home, in your workplace or in your hotel room, as we wish to ensure you benefit from the best possible conditions.
Improvement in overall wellness: energy, sleep, muscle tone
Vitamin B plays an active role in energy metabolism and in reducing chronic fatigue and stress. It also enhances sleep quality as it makes sleep deeper and more restorative, and helps maintain muscle tone. It helps improve sports performances by synthesizing oxygen effectively. Moreover, vitamin B is vital for pregnant women as it helps relieve pregnancy-related symptoms such as fatigue and nausea.
With intravenous vitamin injections, you can usually feel a rush of wellness and an energy boost within a few hours after the infusion. You may also notice an improvement in your symptoms related to vitamin B deficiency (fatigue, digestive disorders, skin issues) in the days following the treatment.
Functioning of cells and numerous organs: skin, liver, brain
Vitamin B delivers a host of benefits to the body. It helps sustain skin, hair, nail and complexion healthiness. It plays a key role in liver function and is in particular involved in cholesterol production. It ensures the brain works in a healthy way, promotes mental focus as well as mood balance. As regards cellular metabolism, it promotes the efficient processing of nerve cells and the development of red blood cells, in particular the formation of haemoglobin. It ensures hormones are synthesized correctly and, as such, plays a role in hormone regulation. It also helps eliminate toxins and free radicals that are likely to speed up aging.
Preventing infections and specific diseases
Group B vitamins help make sure immunity and cardiovascular systems function correctly. As such, they help prevent infections as well as some diseases. Several studies have shown that vitamin B helps prevent the onset of some types of cancer (in particular skin cancer), Parkinson’s disease and cardiovascular diseases. Moreover, it plays a vital role in foetus development and helps prevent congenital malformations.