As we all know that Vitamins play very important role in our body. The B vitamins play a very major role in maintaining good health and wellbeing. It directly affects our energy levels, brain functioning and cell metabolism. Vitamin B12 is responsible for our red blood cells. Our blood has major components with different functions, the function of the red blood cell is to transport oxygen body cells and deliver carbon dioxide to lungs. As we all know that without oxygen we cannot live and so we can say that Vitamin B12 is very important for our body. The deficiency of that can lead to major health issue.
Effects of Vitamin B12 Deficiency:
When you have deficiency of Vitamin B12 you would see a major drop down in your energy levels, short breath and slow thinking. Once you feel having the above symptoms you should definitely visit the doctor and get it treated.
Treatments for Vitamins B12
Vitamin B12 exists naturally and also some are manmade. There are many food in which vitamin B12 is found in abundance; by consuming it we can improve our B12 levels. Now there is other that is manmade in laboratory and are of different types. Major three types of B12 are there; cyancobalamin, methylcobalamin, and hydroxocobalamin.
- Cyancobalamin: This is used in form of a tablet and is easily available over the counter. You need doctor’s prescription for the same. It is also available in the form of liquid and spray.
- Methylcobalamin: This is the form of Vitamin B12 which is the easiest for our body to use. To have this you do not require doctor’s prescription, but at the same time it is not easily available in the market. Also it is the most expensive form compared to others
- Hydroxocobalamin: This form is available through prescription only and in injections.
Although Vitamin b12 patches methylcobalamin is not easily available and expensive it is preferred by people as it is very effective and easy to use. These patches boost your energy levels, improves you mental health as well and makes your body active again. Unlike other forms of Synthetic Vitamin B12 Methylcobalim is naturally occurring from which can be obtained through food like fish, eggs, meat and milk.