Vitamin B12 vs Multiple Sclerosis

Numbness in arms or legs, balance problems and lack of co-ordination – all these conditions can be a sign of multiple sclerosis (MS) which can strike adults aged between 20 and 40 years although symptoms can appear at any age. No two cases of MS present in the same way: some symptoms come and go and others stay. It is a very unpredictable disease.

If you have these conditions and a question concerning diet and supplements that may have direct effects on MS. There is no consent among experts regarding the cure to MS yet, but it turns out that people with MS are at higher risk of vitamin B12 deficiency. Low levels of vitamin B12 can mimic and exacerbate many MS symptoms, including fatigue, depression and memory loss.

Although there is no large study on using vitamin B12 in people with MS, the proven fact is that many of people with MS do not process B12 efficiently and simply need more. Recent research suggested that Vitamin B12 deficiency may aggravate MS or impair recovery therefore it should always be looked for in MS cases. It was also observed that some people with MS might not be able to metabolise vitamin B12 in the same way as other people.

Treatment for vitamin B12 deficiency is involving oral supplements or intramuscular injections. The important point is that, since we need stomach acid to absorb B12 from food and supplements, those who suffer pernicious anemia (an autoimmune disease that destroys parietal stomach cells producing a substance called intrinsic factor) or long users of acid-suppressing inhibitors for treatment of chronic intestinal conditions should look for alternatives to B12 pills.

Superhealth spray B12 will deliver this vitamin  directly into your blood stream bypassing your gastrointestinal tract. This can be an easy, convenient and safe solution for you to maintain your  B12 levels non-effected by any health problems.

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