Are you Fatigued and Depressed all the time?Pragya Raiwal
Sometimes you feel unexplained fatigue or sadness without any particular reason; this could be because of vitamin B12 deficiency.Vitamin B12 also known as cobalamin helps in the production of healthy red blood cells that carry oxygen around the body. It is needed to ensure the proper functioning and health of nerve tissues and brain functions.
Some vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms you should know:
Weakness and Fatigue
These are early symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency. Inadequate B12 intake reduces red blood cell production. Some of the earliest signs of a deficiency include feeling dragged, confused, and weak. Lack of red blood cells means improper oxygen transport to your organs, which can cause extreme fatigue.
Frequent incidence of dizziness or vertigo can often be a signal that your B12 stores are low. You experience a feeling of wobbles when you get up too fast from a sitting position. Most often people will notice the onset of dizziness suddenly like when they are changing positions from sitting to standing or right after a significant amount of physical activity.
Feeling of Numbness
Feeling of numbness or electric shock waves can be the result of nerve damage caused due to B12 deficiency. Nerve issues in the body can be traced back to low oxygen levels due to poor red blood cell production as a result of Vitamin B12 deficiency.
Pale skin color
There may be times when you see some people exceptional Pale or can be said vampire like. It is only because of vitamin B12 deficiency.
Deficiency of vitamin B12 can cause pale complexion of skin due to lack of red blood cells.
Small memory changes like forgetting keys in the fridge are also a result of Vitamin B12 deficiency. But can be mistaken as dementia or Alzheimer disease
Lack of vitamin B12 and insufficient oxygenation to muscles result in weak and sluggish muscles. Due to weak muscles, individual feel more difficulty in caring their hand bag or gym bag who previously used to lift five pounds easily.
Frequent mood changes
Vitamin B12 deficiency reduces oxygen supply to the brain due to the inadequate supply of oxygen and the neurons won’t be able to transmit signals through your body properly which may result in mood changes or depression.
It is important to correctly determine the actual body deficiency before any conclusion to a person’s problem is given. Please contact us in case you need any assistance at 0124-4646291 or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org