The human body needs six main groups of vitamins to function properly. They are A, B, C, D, E, and K. Vitamins A, D, E and K are fat soluble and are stored in the body to some extent in fat stores.
However, B and C are water soluble and are excreted as urine when ingested in excess amounts. So these are more likely to be in deficit than others.
Vitamin B is a family of substances grouped under the letter B that allows a number of important bodily processes to function better and in a more orderly manner.
Among them, vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is a particularly important cofactor in the production of DNA and the metabolism of fatty acids and amino acids.
The Wikipedia page about this particular substance, which lists it as the most structurally complex protein, also mentions it in a chilling way:
Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause serious, irreversible damage, especially to the brain and nervous system […] Older adults (over 60 years of age) produce less stomach acid as they age, which may increase the likelihood that they contain Vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause symptoms of mania and psychosis.
Therefore, it is best to keep this vitamin in mind when planning a diet.
Here are some red light signs of a deficiency of this particular vitamin.
- Unexplained fatigue
If you are tired of doing things that you could have easily quit before, it may be due to a lack of cobalamin. What you need to do is start eating foods rich in vitamin B12.
- Feeling dizzy and dizzy
It is also a booster sign because Vitamin B12 plays a huge role in maintaining proper blood pressure; When blood pressure drops, people feel dizzy and dizzy.
This usually accompanies other symptoms of a serious illness, so if it persists, you may want to see a doctor.
- Forgetting things
Brain function is one of the main things related to vitamin B12. That is why when there is a deficiency of vitamin B12, there is a noticeable effect on brain function more than anything else.
Forgetting things is one of the many signs that you must be the reason something is wrong with your body. Again, if this persists, see a doctor.
- Muscle weakness
Muscles are highly dependent on the presence of nerves and when your nerves fail you take them with them.
- Pins and needles
This strange feeling of pins and needles getting stuck in your body is caused by nerve damage or the thinning of the myelin sheath. One of the many things that cause this is a vitamin B12 deficiency.
So what can we do?
Vitamin B12 is readily available in over-the-counter medications. Most of the common non-vegetarian products that we consume on a daily basis contain large amounts of it. If you want to go ahead, brew a tea from cumin seeds and drink it before bed. Every night increase your intake of things like eggs and liver.