100s NEUROVIT FORTE Vitamin B Complex: B1, B6, B12 High Strength Formula

100s NEUROVIT FORTE Vitamin B Complex: B1, B6, B12 High Strength Formula

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You are buying 2 boxes of 100 film-coated tablets (packed in blisters) of Vitamin B Complex for diabetics and the elderly

Hovid Neurovit Forte contains the 3 main vitamin Bs: B1 (thiamine), B6 (Pyridoxine) & B12 (Cynocobalamin) at double strength.

This is an optimal combination to help improve nerves functions, relieve pain and tingling sensation and numbness at the extremities like fingers and toes commonly experienced by diabetics and elderly people.

The most common causes of these conditions are:
* Reduction of nerves function as a result of high sugar levels in the blood, leading to damage of the nerves.
* Lack of blood supply to the extremities, caused by inefficient blood flow or anemic condition.
* Nerve obstruction or blockage as a result of injury or fall.

Active Ingredients
B1 - Thiamine Mononitrate 242.5mg
B6 - Pyridoxine HCI 250.0mg
B12 -Cyanocobalamin 1.0mg

Vitamin B1, B6 and B12 are key vitamins that helps in nerve conduction and reduces sensation of pain, tingling and numbness at the extremities like fingers and toes.

These problems usually happens when there are insufficient blood flows to the fingers and toes, or due to compression of nerves leading to the extremities.

These are common conditions happened to:

 

  1. Diabetics - due to reduction of nerves functions, as a results of high sugar levels in the blood, leading to damages on the nerves
  2. Elderly or senior - lack of blood supply to the extremities, cause by inefficient blood floor or anemic condition
  3. Nerves obstruction or blockage - as a result of injury or fall

Many vegetarians, vegans and the elderly have a difficult time consuming their recommended daily allowance of vitamin B-12.

A diet that does not provide you with your required intake may make you more likely to develop certain medical problems.

 

 


Vitamin B-1

Vitamin B-1 is also known as thiamin. Your body needs vitamin B-1 to break down the fats, protein and carbohydrates that you consume into adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, the primary form of energy used by your cells. Vitamin B-1 also supports the health and function of your immune and nervous systems. If your diet doesn't provide you with enough vitamin B-1, you may be more likely to develop cataracts. A man needs about 1.2 milligrams of vitamin B-1 each day, while a woman should have 1.1 milligrams.

Vitamin B-6

Like vitamin B-1 -- and all of the other of the eight members of the B vitamin family -- vitamin B-6 aids in energy metabolism. Also known as pyridoxine, vitamin B-6 is required for the synthesis of mood-influencing hormones such as norepinephrine and serotonin. Not getting enough vitamin B-6 may increase your chance of mood disorders, such as depression. Vitamin B-6 helps regulate your body's level of homocysteine, an amino acid whose presence is linked to an increased risk of heart disease. A diet rich in vitamin B-6 may lower your chance of developing rheumatoid arthritis and age-related macular degeneration. Women who lack vitamin B-6 may have more severe premenstrual syndrome symptoms. All adults need at least 1.3 milligrams of vitamin B-6 daily.

Vitamin B-12

Anyone who is age 19 years or older needs 2.4 micrograms of vitamin B-12, or cobalamin, each day. Vitamin B-12 aids in the production of red blood cells, DNA, RNA and an immune compound known as S-adenosylmethionine, or SAMe, that regulates mood. Along with vitamin B-6, vitamin B-12 lowers your homocysteine levels, which may decrease your risk of heart disease. If you don't get enough vitamin B-12, you may be more likely to develop anemia, and women with a vitamin B-12 deficiency may face a greater risk of breast cancer. Adequate vitamin B-12 may play a role in preventing male infertility, says the University of Maryland Medical Center.

Direction

1 to 2 tablets daily helps to relief nerves pain, numbness and discomforts.