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Vitamin D3 Booster

Energy and immune system support

Vitamin D helps to maintain bone density and healthy bones, teeth and muscles by increasing the absorption of calcium and phosphorus. It may have other health benefits including boosting the immune system, protection against heart disease, increasing libido, reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety, reducing risk of cognitive decline, and decreasing risk of Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis and influenza.

Vitamin D is produced in the skin by the action of sunlight and it is recommended that all adults should take Vitamin D supplements during the autumn and winter months as sunlight exposure is reduced. Vitamin D is also present in our diet – Vitamin D2 is present in plants and mushrooms and Vitamin D3 in meats, oily fish and egg yolk. Vitamin D is absorbed by the body and can be taken as oral supplements or by intramuscular injection. Vitamin D deficiency is common and 20% of the UK adult population are thought to have less than the recommended amount. Signs of low Vitamin D can include tiredness, aches and pains, general illness and irritability. More serious deficiencies can lead to rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults.


The recommended dosage for adults is 300,000IU every 3-6 months.


We recommend to get a blood test done to check for Vitamin D deficiency before booking an appointment. Please bring a copy of your results (with date of test) to your appointment so that we can confirm this booster is appropriate for you. Alternatively, we also offer rapid testing on the day of your appointment (please let us know at the time of booking).


Symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency include:

  • General tiredness and lethargy

  • Vague aches and pains eg. muscle or bone pain

  • General malaise or just not feeling at your best

  • Irritability

  • Not sleeping well

  • Hair loss

  • Changes in mood or feelings eg. depression

For further information or to book in for a treatment, simply contact us


07464 080096



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