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By-effects of Vitamin B12
This article discusses vitamin B12 and the majority of by-effects on which inform, captures B12. It also depicts in general some of diseases which capture B12 can strengthen.
Vitamin B12 - the water-soluable vitamin necessary for normal activity of a cell. It is a part of group of the cobalt containing B difficult vitamins which also are known as cobalamins. As other vitamins B, vitamin B12is, important for a metabolism. It also helps with formation eritrotsitov and in maintenance of the central nervous system. It is found in the majority of products which arrive from products of animals including a liver, fish, fire at fish, meat and dairy products.
Good news - that vitamin B 12 is usually nontoxical, even when is taken in the big doses. However, people have tested some negative influences, even thus that these by-effects are rather rare. In general, when additions of vitamin B12 are taken orally then is a few chance of occurrence of by-effects. Some people wish to take vitamin B12 which operate with an injection. This type of food intake as it is connected with following by-effects:
o A moderate diarrhoeia
o Anxiety and panic attacks
o Warm trembling
o A sleeplessness
o Breath of problems
o A chest pain
o A skin rash, beehives or itching razdutaya a skin
Some workers of public health services believe that patients develop these reactions not because of B12, but because of preservatives which are a part of the formula of an injection. Now, the majority of injections contains preservatives. To be on the safe party, possibly it is better to take B12 orally.
Other by-effects can be tested people who have an allergy or sensitive to cobalamin and to cobalt. If business is so it is desirable to avoid addition of vitamin B12 as a whole and instead to aspire to eat products which contain natural B12. Besides B12 the people suffering from illness of Lebera, hereditary illness in which the optic nerve withers should avoid. Swallowing of vitamin B12 can actually accelerate an atrophy of the optic nerve leading to fast loss of the central vision.
There is also a certificate to assume that at patients who have undergone kardiokhirurgii and have received koronarotromboz stents, there can be an increased risk of the artery narrowed again when they take vitamin B12. Small risk, but one to take into consideration.
On the positive note, the pregnant woman and feeding women, vitamin B12 when it is taken orally in the quantity which is not exceeding the recommended per diem (2.6 mcg/days if pregnant and 2.8 mcg/days if feeding by a breast) can take rather confident
As can be noticed, vitamin B12 - rather safe vitamin with very few adverse by-effects even when it is taken in the big doses. It is more than problems than does not grow out of deficiency B12, than they do from vitamin food intake directly.