I have recently had a couple of Slimboost injections at Chill, in Hull, and have seen such good results, I thought I’d write a blog about it. Everyone I’ve spoken to about it so far seems genuinely interested in it – and I thought you might be too.
I stumbled across this new business called Chill on Facebook and after doing some research online, I thought that I’d go for the Slimboost injection. I was a bit sceptical at first, I’m not going to lie, but I’m so pleased that I had it! I hadn’t seen this type of treatment available in a location near to me before, but I had seen them in America and I was vaguely aware of how they could help, so I felt open-minded enough to give it a go.
Genuinely – A couple of days after the injection I felt the best I had for years.
I have Coeliac Disease and I have been told by the doctors over the years that I tend to be low in vitamin B12, amongst other things. A consequence of this is that I have low energy levels, extreme tiredness, mouth ulcers and occasionally a very sore tongue. The Slimboost injection has high levels of vitamin B12, a mix of amino acids, fat burners and other vitamins which was specifically put together to help boost energy levels, speed metabolism – and for some people, it can even help you lose weight when it’s combined with a healthy diet and exercise plan. I didn’t take it to help me shift the lbs, so I can’t comment on this aspect as I’m not currently following this type of regime and it, therefore, wouldn’t be fair to comment. What I can tell you is how it helped me – I felt fab! I no longer had mouth ulcers and I had far more energy than normal…
I had previously been falling asleep on the sofa around 9pm and feeling very lethargic. After I’d had the jab, I was easily able to stay awake till around 10.30pm and when I did go to bed I was sleeping far more soundly. I realise that for most people this would be the norm, but for me, it was a revelation!
The injection itself is like a nurse giving you a flu jab. After filling out a brief medical form, the jab takes only a few seconds to administer. My arm felt a bit achy for a few hours afterwards, and I had a tiny bruise for a couple of days, but it really was no big deal. I felt no big changes for the first couple of days, but then I slowly realised how much better I was feeling. It lasted for around a month before I could feel that the tiredness was starting to creep in again – so I went back for another one! I think it’s the best £39 I can spend on myself. I plan on going back every month or so for more, and this is the best recommendation I can give, really…
Chill is based in the Warner’s Gym on Pickering Road in Hull. If you’re interested in one of their treatments – they have quite a range – check out their website or give them a call on (01482) 291 500.
Let me know if you give it a try! I’d love to hear what effects you noticed!