Mild B12 Deficiency, Major Symptoms

December 19, 2019

B12 deficiency takes a while to reach serious symptoms that would likely lead you to a hospital, but sometimes early B12 deficiency symptoms can be cause for concern, and difficult to diagnose! Nutrient deficiencies are actually quite common, with the majority of people being deficient in at least one nutrient (usually Vitamin D or B12). Be aware of early signs of Vitamin B12 deficiency, and cover your nutritional bases with a good multivitamin like Mito Cardia CVS.

Nutrient deficiency is a tricky thing. With mild deficiencies, you won’t feel good… but you won’t be sick in a way that draws the attention of a doctor, either. Fatigue, being ill more often, and having little quirks that make you wonder if your body is starting to fall apart.

Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause tingling and numbness in your hand and up through your ring finger, random shortness of breath without chest pain or tells of other diseases, eye twitch or facial pain, migraines, and tingling along the backs of thighs.

If you just had an epiphany, it’s time to put more B12 in your diet. Unfortunately, animals are the main natural source of B12—clams, liver, beef, chicken, and eggs. Fortified foods like cereal may also have B12.

If you’re not getting enough from your diet, avoid Vitamin B12 deficiency with a good multivitamin like Cardio CVS Complete. Daily multivitamins are a safety net against vitamin deficiency, and help balance your diet against day to day ups and downs.

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