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Can Vitamin B Be Used To Treat Motion Sickness
What disease might cause the body to quit producing vitamin b resulting in blood clots on the lungs?
Sub lingual?: A year supply of B12 liquid (remember to hold it under the tongue for 30 seconds) costs about 8-12 dollars. Usually an eye dropper full is taken twice a month to achieve a serum blood level of greater than 350. B12 pills that are swollwed usually don't work if you truely have a problem with taking in B12 absorbtion in the terminal illium (last 5-6 inches of your small intestine). ...Read more
Kind of an odd question but if you take a water solvable vitamin supplement and it doesn't seem like you noticeably pee it out (B vitamins for example turning your urine deep yellow) does that mean your body used it all?
Urine Coloration: While vitamins like B, C and others are excreted in the urine, B vitamins are best known for enhancing the yellowing of urine. However, a lack of coloration is not an indication of a deficiency/dependency. A good balanced diet is the best way to maintain healthy levels of vital amines. Extra amounts of B/C vitamins are harmlessly excreted. Be careful with A, D and E as they can accumulate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
While my mom walking her leg crack and her upper leg. And she used to have vitamin b 9 for two month. And she stop. Can she use it again?
Can using computer mouse and touch mobile phones cause shaky hands .. Would taking vitamin b help solving the problem ?
No. Not likely.: If using computer mice & touch mobile phones caused shaky hands, just about every adult would be complaining of shaky hands, so no, there's no link. However, repetitive motion injury from such usage can cause pain, numbness & tingling. As for taking vitamins, it's unlikely to help unless you were deficient. Even then, b vitamin deficiency isn't really linked to shaky hands (just numbness/tingling). ...Read more
Which Vitamin B?: Vitamin b is not a single vitamin but a group including b1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 12, Folic Acid ; biotin.B6 may be toxic at doses of 200 mg/day. The others are generally considered non-toxic.Some report benefits of up to 2000 mg/day of b3 ; b5 ; those doses appear to be safe. There's no known need for more than 100 mg of b1 or b2/day.Potential benefits of up to 10 mg of folate ; 20 mg of biotin.High B12 is safe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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