Diabetes Patients Need Neurotopik Vitamin

People with diabetes have twice the risk of experiencing neuropathy than those without.

Because, diabetes interfere with the metabolic processes in the body that have an impact on the regeneration of cells in the body, including to the nerve cells. Conditions worsened by the slow nature of the regenerating nerve cells making the damage not easily repaired. Therefore, in addition to maintaining food consumption, a diabetes patient is advised to take vitamin neurotrophic vitamin to assist the regeneration of nerve cells.
Neurotrophic vitamins consist of vitamin B1, vitamin B6, and B12.

Vitamin B1 deficiency will cause pain in the limbs area, B6 deficiency will cause inflammation of the skin, oral mucosa, tongue, anemia, and even seizures. Meanwhile, vitamin B12 deficiency causes damage to the myelin sheath of nerve cells that cause nerve interference.

Sources of vitamin B come from vegetables, fruits, and meat. But, often disturbed absorption rate are disturbed making the body requires additional intake. Neurotrophic vitamin should be consumed earlier before if you need to consume vitamin C because vitamin C would interfere with the absorption of vitamin B. Only take neurotrophic vitamin once a day and also avoid alcohol consumption because alcohol makes the absorption of vitamin B ineffective.

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