Have you ever experienced these symptoms?*
Sometimes, a sign or symptom* related to B Vitamin deficiency may not be noticed, or not seem relevant, but it could be meaningful for the physician. Doctors are trained to pick up signs that an untrained individual might not perceive to be important. That’s why paying attention to what our body tells us and speaking with our doctor is so important.
Symptoms* related to B Vitamin deficiencies may be non-specific (i.e. they can be due to several other causes) or so mild we hardly notice them. If you have any of these symptoms*, ask your doctor about testing your Vitamin B levels and whether Neurobion® would be suitable for you.
Different kinds of symptoms* that could be related to Vitamin B deficiency. Do you always notice them?
This checklist will guide you through some of the symptoms* of Vitamin B deficiency that could be warning signs to look for.
Symptoms* relating to poor peripheral nerve function due to B Vitamin deficiency.
Damage to peripheral nerves results in symptoms* collectively called peripheral neuropathy. These symptoms* are generally experienced in the hands and feet and tend to be more severe at rest, especially in the evenings or at night, so they may affect your ability to sleep well. 1 If one or more of these symptoms* is present and persistent, a trip to your healthcare provider is advisable.
Symptoms* related to poor central nervous system function due to B Vitamin deficiency.
These symptoms* are generally related to brain function.
Additional symptoms*, which might be related to a Vitamin B deficiency.
All of these symptoms* of nerve impairment tend to be more severe at rest, especially in the evenings or at night, so you can’t sleep very well. If one or more of the following symptoms* is present and persistent, a trip to your health care provider is definitely recommended.
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*Symptoms may be related to another medical condition. For more information, please speak to your doctor or pharmacist.