Low levels of vitamin B12 can increase levels of the sulfur-containing amino acid homocysteine. (food with B12 includes Clams, chicken breast, Trout, Salmon, tuna fish,soy milk, Beef, Greek yogurt, Swiss cheese, Ham )

Low levels of vitamin B12 can increase levels of the sulfur-containing amino acid homocysteine.

This can contribute to the development of depression by increasing oxidative stress, DNA damage, cell death in the body.

A 2020 study of 132 children and adolescents found that participants with depression had lower levels of B12, higher homocysteine levels than those without depression.

In addition, lack of nutrients can lead to other mental disorders.

In addition to the above symptoms, B12 deficiency can negatively affect motor function, sensory nerves, cause cramps, muscle weakness.

A person who is deficient in this nutrient may have difficulty walking, balancing, causing vision disturbances.

Men who are deficient in B12 may develop erectile dysfunction due to increased homocysteine levels in the body.

Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause fatigue, headaches, digestive problems, paresthesia in the legs or arms.

Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps the body synthesize DNA, produce energy, function the central nervous system.

Although present in many foods, vitamin B deficiency is still common in many people.

This is due to dietary restrictions, malabsorption, certain medical conditions or the use of medications.

Here are the signs that the body lacks vitamin B12.

Tired: Insufficient levels of B12 in the body can reduce normal red blood cell production, reducing their ability to provide oxygen.

Nutrient deficiencies can cause giant fibroblast anemia, larger-than-normal red blood cells, impaired DNA synthesis.

When your body doesn’t have enough healthy red blood cells to transport oxygen to your tissues, you may feel weak and tired.

Pale or yellow skin: Another sign that may indicate a B12 deficiency is pale or yellowed skin due to the lack of healthy, mature red blood cells in the body.

Skin color due to high levels of bilirubin – a waste product produced when the body breaks down red blood cells.

Headaches: Vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to neurological side effects, including headaches.

This is one of the most common manifestations associated with nutrient deficiencies in adults and children.

A 2019 study of 140 people, half of whom experienced migraines, found that those with the highest levels of B12 had 80% fewer migraines than those with the lowest levels of B12.

Digestive problems: Vitamin B deficiency can cause diarrhea, nausea, constipation, bloating, bloating, and other digestive symptoms.

However, the manifestation can be caused by many factors such as food intolerance, medicine, infection..

Paresthesia in the legs or arms: Paresthesia is a medical term that refers to a burning sensation or needle in certain areas of the body, such as the hands, feet.

Many adults and children with B12 deficiency report having paresthesias.

However, this symptom of B12 deficiency overlaps with signs associated with diabetic neuropathy.

Nerve damage caused by high blood sugar can cause pain, numbness in the extremities.

Symptoms of depression: This is a vitamin that is necessary for the normal functioning of the central nervous system, a deficiency of this nutrient can affect mental health.

Note; Get your healthcare provider’s approval before taking dietary supplements in place of, or in combination with, prescribed medicines.

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