Vitamin deficiency

12 Sept 2022

Deficiency of this vitamin becomes the reason for fainting, there will be less blood flow in the brain:

Rarely do you know that due to the deficiency of a particular vitamin, you can suddenly become unconscious or even a victim of stroke.

Yes, we are talking about Vitamin B12. Deficiency of this vitamin not only gives you weakness, fatigue, dizziness, headache or tingling in the extremities, but it also affects the blood flow to the brain.

There can be many dangers due to insufficient blood flow to the brain. Vitamin B12 drives many important processes in the body. It is no surprise that the deficiency of this vitamin leads to many problems. However, some warning signs are scarier than others.

Vitamin B12 works by helping with the production of red blood cells to supporting your nervous system. Not only this, it also plays an important role in various functions of the body. Deficiency of this vitamin causes problems like fainting and if it persists for a long time, then there is also a fear of stroke.

Harvard Medical School has described vitamin B12 deficiency as extremely dangerous and harmful. This is because the effect of its deficiency can manifest anywhere, here we are telling you about such scary signs of this vitamin.

Apart from this, a research published in Acta Clinica Croetica Magazine has found that deficiency of vitamin B12 can cause danger in newborn to elderly. In severe deficiency, fainting is followed by a feeling of dizziness, tiredness, blurred vision. The research involved 38 children between the ages of 0 and 18 who were suffering from vitamin B12 deficiency and showed the above symptoms, later when vitamin B12 was given to children who were suffering from neurological symptoms. B12 supplements were given and he recovered within a month.

Recognize other signs of vitamin B12 deficiency:

fatigue and tiredness
loss of appetite
weight loss
Numbness and tingling in hands and feet
balance problem
poor memory
mouth or tongue pain
mouth ulcers
feeling faint and dizzy

Disclaimer: Our article is for providing information only. Always consult an expert or your doctor for more details.

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