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How much vitamin B-12 you need to take? This varies from person to person – ask your doctor to get the best advice before taking any supplement!


The risk of anemia from vitamin B-12 deficiency

Lack of vitamin B-12 is not only bad your nerves health, but also may cause anemia.

Paresthesia symptoms (such as numbness, tingling, and other discomfort sensations) and anemia are pretty common in people with vitamin B-12 deficiency – according to a report from the International Journal of Clinical Practice in 2012.

Some experts believe that vitamin B-12 deficiency is linked to peripheral neuropathy. If vitamin B-12 deficiency left untreated, there is chance for the mild nerves damage (temporary condition) to become permanent.

Why does your body need plenty of vitamin B-12?

The function of vitamin B 12 in the body may be not as much as like vitamin C, but it has some crucial and vital functions.

It is a crucial cofactor for 2 enzymes that play a key role in the production of red blood cells & hemoglobin – according to a Journal published by the Oregon State University.

If you are being at lack of vitamin B-12, this can affect the quality of myelin (a crucial element that cover & protect the nerves). As a result, your nerves are vulnerable to get damage and you. This makes paresthesia more likely!


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