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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
Herpes simplex: Herpes is typically described as a crop or cluster of vesicles. The vesicles usually have a clear fluid in the center of the bump and are painful or itchy. They are most commonly on the lips or in the nose. It can also present in the genital region and it is contagious. See your dermatologist for proper diagnosis and management. ...Read more
B12 injections: There are no benefits to getting B12 injections unless you have a deficiency and you are not able to absorb it thru the gut. Some times Vegans can become deficient because they do not eat animal fat and they would have to get injections. I have heard of psychiatrists giving B12 injections during periods of increased stress ; not sure why!! Perhaps to calm the nerves. Hope this helps ...Read more
RDA amounts: Vitamins are not regulated by the fda as with medications, and thus companies can tout their value to health without the rigors of scientific investigation and regulation that pharmaceutical companies must comply with. The b-complex of vitamins are certainly important in body chemistry, and the rda for vitamin b6 is 1.3 mg to 1.7 mg for men and women. It is thought by some to help with anxiety.? ...Read more
B complex overdose?: It sounds like you are probably talking about over methylation. The antidote for that is Niacin 25 to 50mg typically. ...Read more
Is it harmful to have b complex shots one time every week just due to the enthusiast to injection by the beautiful woman nurse? I love her injection.
I think you: Know that this is not the reason to get injections done. You should not have anything injected into you that is not medically necessary..... I'm sure you know this already. ...Read more
Depends on multivit.: There are hundreds of different multivits. Some have relatively low amounts of B's & some have large amounts. Many with schizophrenia & anxiety benefit from high doses of B, esp. B3 & B6. Most should take a B complex that has the active L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate (L-5-MTHF) form of folate as they can't convert folic acid to this active form. As long as B6 is ...Read more
I take B - complex vitamin with my daily men's vitamin. I take it to boost my energy. Can to much B, hurt?
Yes.: Even though B vitamins are water soluble and not stored in our fat like the fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K), too much of certain Bs, like B6 and B3 (niacin,) can get you in trouble. Going above 200 mg a day of B6 has the potential to cause numbness and other nerve problems. High doses of Niacin (2000 mg a day) can lead to elevated liver enzymes, jaundice and nausea. ...Read more
How much should I pull down my pant during b complex injection? What amount of butt has to be revealed to the nurse?
Glutes: The nurse will need good access to the butt muscle known as the gluteas maximus. Not sure why you are asking this question. Nurses and doctors see skin all day long. There is absolutely nothing to be ashamed or nervous about. ...Read more
Time won't matter: The b. Complex vitamins are water solvable and easily absorbed. Taking them at a usual time everyday (breakfast, dinner, bedtime) becomes easiest way to remember to do it. ...Read more
OK to take both: B12 is relatively more expensive than the other Bs. Consequently, most manufacturers put about 100 mcg in their multis. OK to take additional B12. ...Read more
Should not hurt: Taking b-complex vitamins will most likely not hurt you in any way. A recent study showed that vitamin use had no profound beneficial effects. Discuss with your dr and get periodic exams and routine labs to assess your vitamin levels, so the best advice can be given to your individual case. Best wishes. ...Read more
B Complex: Niacinamide, another byproduct of vitamin b, serves as an effective skin-lightening agent. In one clinical investigation, patients with hyperpigmentation applied a moisturizer containing five percent niacinamide. Four weeks later, computer analysis of the hyperpigmentation and skin color revealed a decrease in hyperpigmentation along with an increase in skin lightness. ...Read more
The american diet is already vitamin-rich, and there are essentially zero reported cases of vitamin-deficiency, amongst those not taking vitamins. Therefore, the supplemental vitamins we take are in excess of need, and your organs already have enough vitamin b (et al.). More should not change any functions.
Constipation is a local, bowel problem, most easily addressed with increased fiber intake. ...Read more
No: Most people can get enough b vitamins from nutrition if they eat a healthy diet. Of course, if you're a type 2 diabetic, maybe that's partly because you're not eating healthy. B vitamins are water soluble so you'll need to take them daily. But compulsory? Not unless blood tests show low levels, in which case, yes. But otherwise, optional. Try eating healthy instead. ...Read more
Yes: There are no known interactions between hydroxyzine and B vitamins so they should be safe to take together. Since about 40% of people have difficulty converting folic acid to the active form I advise a B complex that contains the active form, L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate (L-5-MTHF) such as B Complex Plus from Pure Encapsulations. ...Read more
Depends...: B complex vitamin is often taken to help with stress. Magnesium, zinc, other trace minerals and phytonutrients are all also important to recover from stress. I recommend a b complex with 5-mthf because if you have a mutation in the mthfr gene then you would need his form to bypass the mutation. Most important though are lifestyle changes - restful sleep, exercise, diet and prayer/meditation. ...Read more
Possible: There are some anecdotal reports of b vitamins helping with anxiety. Inositol has recieved gotten a fair amount of research with mixed results. Its safe to say there is no proof at this point that these compounds really helpbut probably won't hurt and may contribute to your overall health. If your anxiety is severe consider mainstream treatments from your healthcare provider first. ...Read more
I started taking b complex 100 without consulting a dr taking it to reduce anxiety should I be worried about any side effects?
My B12 is low (127.8 pg/ml) how many tablets should I take from methycobal 500 and is it ok to take it with super b complex from (nature made)?
2000 mcg: Minimum of 2000 mcg a day.Get a more detailed answer ›
Maybe: Some b vitamins, especially large doses of Niacin frequently cause flushing. ...Read more