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Vitamin B-12 is an essential vitamin required by the body. It acts as a vital vitamin for maintaining nerve tissue health, brain function, and red blood cell synthesis. It is an essential element in the formation of red blood cells & DNA, and in the efficient operation of the neurological system.
B12 insufficiency is unfortunately quite common, especially among older people. If you don’t acquire enough of it from diet or aren’t able to absorb enough through the food you consume, then you’re at danger of deficiency.

Below are some signs & symptoms:

Weight loss
Shortness of breath
Dizziness
Unsteady movements
Pale skin
Personality changes
Irregular heartbeats
Habit of forgetting
Muscle weakness
Fatigue
Numbness in hands & feet

Treatment:
Vitamin B12 deficiency is fairly easy to cure with the help of a proper diet & supplements.
Some of the foods which help in increasing the amount of Vitamin B12 are:

Eggs
Breakfast cereal
Chicken
Beef
Liver
Fish
Low-fat milk, yogurt, and cheese

Consult your doctor and they might recommend supplements for vitamin B12. They come in both nasal spray or in the form of pills.
People with very low B12 vitamins are given higher dosage vitamin B12 shots, and might also need a lifetime supplement support.
That being said, it’s extremely important that you understand the symptoms and causes, and reflect on the treatment as soon as possible. 

 

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