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Doctor insights on: Is It Ok To Take Your Vitamins At Night Right Before Going To Bed

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In my 3rd trimester, how can I stop feeling nauseous when taking prenatal vitamins? I always eat either right before or after

In my 3rd trimester, how can I stop feeling nauseous when taking prenatal vitamins? I always eat either right before or after

Try different brand: Some people will be sensitive to the smell or composition of a particular vitamin. It's worth trying a different brand to see if you tolerate it better. ...Read more

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Is it okay to take my prenatal vitamin and my metformin at the same time, before going to bed? Or do any of them lose effectiveness?

Is it okay to take my prenatal vitamin and my metformin at the same time, before going to bed? Or do any of them lose effectiveness?

OK but...: As far as i can tell metformin does not interact with vitamins but you will likely get more benefit from you prenatal vitamin by taking it earlier in the day. Prenatal vitamins contain b vitamins which can often increase your energy and some people may have trouble sleeping if they take them in the evening. ...Read more

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Why would a person take melatonin and vitamin B6 before bed?

Why would a person take melatonin and vitamin B6 before bed?

Depends: Melatonin can help some people feel sleepy before bedtime. Alternatively, it can be used to adjust a person natural brain sleep rhythm. ...Read more

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Could you tell me if vitamin B12 provides energy, why would you take it at bed time?

Could you tell me if vitamin B12 provides energy, why would you take it at bed time?

It does not.: Unless you are deficient in b12, it will not provide and "boost" of energy. You can take it at night! ...Read more

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Seem to feel spaced out a lot of times lately, mentally tired, not clear/fast, but clumsy. Chemical (i take m.Vitamin b4 bed)? Psychological? Any ideas?

Seem to feel spaced out a lot of times lately, mentally tired, not clear/fast, but clumsy. Chemical (i take m.Vitamin b4 bed)? Psychological? Any ideas?

Blood sugar problems: Low blood sugar can contribute to you feeling "spaced out". You may be suffering from intermittant episodes of low blood sugar without knowing it. Low blood sugar problems are almost always caused by low fat, high card/high sugar diets. Other symptoms of low blood sugar can include palpitations, sweating, anxiety and extreme hunger. ...Read more

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May I (21, female) consume vitamin E in the night before going to bed?

May I (21, female) consume vitamin E in the night before going to bed?

Cancer risk: Vitamin e significantly increases the risk of prostate cancer in men. So it could be considered a cancer causing agent. Do you want to find out for yourself when there is no reason to take it in the first place? ...Read more