You probably know it as the “sunshine vitamin,” or as the vitamin that helps maintain strong bones, but there’s a lot more to Vitamin D than most people realize. It serves many functions in the body, like maintaining optimal bone and muscle health, and it’s also been shown to have favorable effects on inflammation. Here are some other ways that Vitamin D protects us:
Symptoms of Vitamin D Deficiency:
- Bone pain
- Muscle weakness
- Excessive sweating
- Chronic pain
- Risk of stress
Vitamin D3 Intramuscular Therapy Benefits:
- Stronger bones and muscles
- Improved muscle function
- Decreases the risk of type 2 diabetes
- Reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease
- Protection from the risk of cancer
- Improved mood
- Improved overall health
- Improved immunity system
Vitamin D Injection is commonly prescribed for:
- Treatment of Vitamin D deficiency
- Treatment of nutritional rickets
- Treatment of familial hypocholesterolemia
Using a 1⁄2” or 5/8” needle, inject your prescribed dosage once or twice a week. The best areas to inject are the shoulder, thigh, or upper/outer glute (butt cheek).
Dosages are usually either 25,000 iu to 100,000 iu per week, although your doctor may discuss an alternative protocol based upon your blood work.
Directions: Inject Intramuscularly as directed by your physician.