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Too Much B Complex Shaking
For what condition?: Jamieson's b complex 100 mg is a timed-release product. B vitamins are also water-soluble, so that any excess your body does not need will be excreted. Taking vitamin b6 (pyridoxine) at 1-6 grams (not milligrams as in this preparation) per day over many months can cause a sensory neuropathy. For most people, the 50mg b complex would be enough -- if you have poor diet & stress, maybe need more. ...Read more
Overdoses of: The fat soluble vitamins: a, d, e &k are of concern. The others, including c, are easily flushed on a daily basis. It sems unlikely that a common complaint ith many causes, headache, could be another cause of headache. Linus paulng advocated huge doses as a preventitive. No side effects reported. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I feel more weak,fatigued after eating b complex pill.what can this signify? shouldnt it increase energy?
Yes, but if: triggered by a non-physiologic way is likely do to a psychological source such as depression. Some fatigue with being overstimulated is physiologic. Rapid heart rate, increased work makes people tired. I see you also asked about the same symptoms after stimulants, so, psychological issues come to mind. But without an exam, I can only give general information ...Read more
Depends: Depends on the vitamin, mineral, age and sex of the individual. Different needs at different stages of growth and life.. Some minerals and vitamins can be toxic-not just fat soluble vitamins like a and d, but also e.g. B6 (water soluble) which can cause nerve damage in excess (or deficiency). ...Read more
Eating too much __________ can cause damage to the liver.
Liver damage: If you have too much salt in your diet, that excess sodium won't cause liver damage, according to the National Library of Medicine. High dietary intake of Magnesium and Potassium is normalized by renal excretion and will not generally cause problems. High doses (2000 to 3000 mg per day) of niacin (vitamin B3) can also cause nausea, jaundice and elevated liver enzymes mimicking hepatitis. ...Read more
I'm taking prenatal vitamins and i'm worried about taking in too much iron as an anmeic. How much is too much?
Good question: You need to monitor your blood level of iron and ferritin. Also you may need to check a few other things such as serum folate (folic acid) and b12. The size and hemaglobin concentration on the basic CBC blood test is a start. If you have a low rbc count and your rbc size is small (low mcv) you may have iron deficiency. If the red cells are larger than normal think low folate (folic acid) or low b12. ...Read more
Not usually: When I read "eat too much vitamin b12", I assume you're referring to foods containing b12? Generally speaking, when people talk about B12, they are referring to supplemental vitamin b12. It is generally accepted that high doses of B12 does not pose any dangers, partly because it's a water soluble vitamin. ...Read more
Is vitamin C with rose hips really better than regular vitamin c? And is it possible to take too much vitamin c?
I took 5mg methylcobalamin b12, and 4mcg of 5mthf Folate (folic acid). Is this too much? I got a rush of focus after taking this. Almost like too much caffeine
Sounds fine: You can't overdose on either. Here in Kansas City, especially in the mid-20th century, "vitamin B12 shots" weren't always just vitamin B12. I trust you got yours from a reliable supplies. There's no need to take either if you're eating a sensible, balanced, non-vegetarian diet. Best wishes. ...Read more
Does vitamin D3 1000mcg help balance an underactive thyroid? And why is too much vitamin D3 toxic? How much is too much?
No.Low Thyroid: Is treated with the appropriate dose of l- thyroxine or similar thyroid rx.Vitamin d level can be measured, and if low, should be raised by vit d replacement.If truly low, replacement doses of up to 50, 000u/wk are initially given.It is very important to have normal levels. ...Read more
Is it possible to eat "too healthy" and exercise "too much" that causes bouts of hypoglycemia threw day & fasted glucose. I lift heavy everyday 1hr?
Possible: Yes! Too much exercise might burn up glucose. Lifting every day for an hour is too much unless you keep taking drinks or fruit, or something similar. Cut down your exercise time and days. Spent some money to get a blood glucose meter and test strips and check your glucose once a day, particularly when you are feeling different. ...Read more
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