1) What is Neuropathy?
2) Types of Nerves that can be damaged
3) What causes nerve damage
4) Other terms for neuropathy
5) What are neuropathy Symptoms
6) Treatments for Neuropathic Pain
7) Neuropathy Treatments
How does it happen?
The word neuropathy is derived from two parts: “neuro” referring to the nerve and “pathy” indicating disorder.
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition occurring when injury or disease damages your peripheral nervous system. The peripheral nerves are the nerves that originate from your brain and spinal cord, and extend to your skin, muscles and tissues.
The peripheral nervous system relays information between your body and the brain in the form of electrical impulses. Each nerve is made up of many connected cells called neurons that transmit these impulses.
Nerves are the communication lines of the body. Electrical signals from the brain travel through the nerves and give instructions to the various body parts. The body receives information from the environment through the senses and sends this information to the brain via the nerves.
However, damage to the nerves disrupts this which results in the condition called peripheral neuropathy and its various symptoms.
The types of nerves
There are three types of peripheral nerves – the first is motor nerves which regulate the movements of your body’s muscles, the second is sensory nerves which transmit sensations such as heat, vibration, touch and pain to the brain. The third is the autonomic nerves which regulate the activities of the internal organs and glands.
The majority of the peripheral nerves are responsible for sensations you feel such as touch, pain and temperature. There are literally millions of these nerve endings in your fingers, hands, toes and feet which are designed to keep you out of danger and away from the things that are hot, cold, sharp, etc.
These nerves to the muscles of the hands and feet, legs and arms (called motor nerves) help to control the numerous muscles and movements in these regions of the body. It would also be difficult to walk without knowing what your feet are standing on or to pick things up if you had no idea how hard you were gripping something. It would be difficult to move if the impulses weren’t transmitted to the muscles.
The nerves to the autonomic system are not under conscious control but respond to the environment so the body can function optimally. It controls such tasks as controlling the bladder, slowing down or speeding up the heart rate, constricting or dilating the pupils of the eye. It regulates blood pressure, sexual response and many other responses.
Peripheral nerve cells have three main parts: cell body, axons, and dendrites (or terminal).. (See diagram below)
Damage to the nerves
Nerve damage or neuropathy normally occurs when the outer sheathing or the myelin (protective covering) of nerve cells degenerate. Without this protection the electrical signals are not transferred properly just like if you stripped the covering off of the electrical wires in your house.
As the nerve damage gets worse, the nerves either lose their ability to transmit information (numbness), or they start sending false signals (pain and tingling).
When the insulation begins to crumble, the unprotected “wire” will start short-circuiting.
When the signal cannot be sent through the nerve, the area not receiving the messages will result in numbness.
Neuropathy is the condition where the nerves have sustained enough damage that there is noticeable numbness, pain or tingling.
How can you tell its neuropathy and not muscle or joint pain?
Difference between nerve pain and muscle pain:
Muscle pain is preceded by trauma or injury, while nerve pain doesn’t (It can come from known trauma but not always).
Muscle pain is an ache or pain in the muscle or joint, it feels achy and there can be stiffness, nerve pain or burning, stabbing and tingling.
Muscle pain stops after healing of the injury takes place, nerve pain continues.
Muscle and joint pain can be relieved with aspirin or other pain killers, the same medication does not help nerve pain.
Cranial: Nerves go from your brain to your eyes, mouth, ears and other parts of your head.
Peripheral: Nerves go from your spinal cord to your arms, hands, legs and feet. This is the most common form of damage.
Central Nerves are in your brain and spinal cord.
Autonomic: Nerves go from your spinal cord to your lungs, heart, stomach, intestines, bladder and sex organs. Damage to these nerves can create improper functioning of these organs.
Types of Neuropathy
There are three types: Mono Neuropathy, Poly Neuropathy and Autonomic Neuropathy or nerve damage.
Damage to a single nerve is called mononeuropathy. This usually results from injury or repeated stress. An example is carpal tunnel syndrome. The repeated impact to the nerve in your wrist may cause tingling, pain and weakness in your hand, arm, and shoulder.
Involvement of multiple nerves called polyneuropathy is common. Damage typically begins in the nerves farthest from the central nervous system. Polyneuropathy can be caused by diabetes and other systemic diseases, infections, or exposure to toxic substances.
One or all the three nerve types may be affected. Polyneuropathy can be due to damage to sensory nerves, and can also cause damage to your motor nerves which can result in muscle weakness lack of coordination, twitching and pain.
A common sign of autonomic neuropathy is nerve damage to the internal organs and glands and can include intolerance to heat, loss of bladder control, gastrointestinal disturbances, impairment of breathing and impairment of heart rate.
What causes this nerve damage?
Most commonly, it is diabetics that suffer from this type of nerve pain and it is a major complication of the disease. It is the higher than normal sugar levels that creates the damage.
However, there are many other reasons some of which are listed below (alphabetically). It is an acquired disease.
- Amyloidosis (metabolic disorder)
- Autoimmune disorders
- Bell’s Palsy
- Cancer treatments
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Charcot Marie-Tooth disease
- Chemotherapy Treatment (See Chemo-Induced Side effects for other side effects)) See Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
- Chronic kidney failure
- Compression neuropathy – pressure on an area
- Connective tissue disease (e.g., rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, sarcoidosis)
- Diabetes mellitus
- Foods that are toxic
- Herniated disc
- Infectious disease (e.g., Lyme disease, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B, leprosy)
- Liver failure
- Many medications (such as Lyrica, Cymbalta, Duloxetine hydrochloride, Pregabalin, and more. See Neuropathy as a Side Effect)
- Radiation Treatment
- Surgeries that damage a nerve
- Vitamin deficiencies (e.g., pernicious anemia, etc.)
- Zinc induced copper deficiency (denture adhesive creams)
- and more – See Factors that can Cause Neuropathy or Nerve Damage
The sad fact is that after a while this misfiring of the nerves can get so bad that people are unable to walk or pick things up and can get to a point where they would rather have a limb amputated then continue with this nerve pain.
For articles about specific Causes of Neuropathy, click here
How does this happen?
Chronic Neuropathy can start when your nerves are deprived of oxygen (anoxia). But, there are many reasons why this might happen and it is sometimes a combination of reasons. One reason might not be enough to notice, but add a second and it can be very pronounced.
- Too much sugar or insulin in your blood (diabetes), and also in pre-diabetes or insulin resistance
- The use of many medications (a list can be found here Medications with Neuropathy as a Side Effect)
- Nutritional deficiencies (B1, B12, etc.)
- Exposure to toxic substances (ingested in food, drugs, chemicals, water or pollution)
- Radiation therapy for cancer,
- Chemo therapy for cancer
- Lying in one position too long (nerve compression, entrapment or laceration)
- Physical injuries (trauma) to the nerve
- Injury from a surgery.
- Prolonged compression as in the wearing of inappropriate footwear, skinny jeans, etc.
- Infections that can block oxygen getting to your nerve cells.
Too many free radicals in your bloodstream can also attach themselves to the oxygen and make it unavailable to the cells. Sometimes inflammation in the lower back or sciatic nerve area of the buttocks can restrict blood flow, depriving oxygen to the nerves.
Common drugs like statins (to reduce cholesterol) can eat away the myelin sheath – which is composed mostly of cholesterol. Statins are designed to lower the cholesterol which is what the body needs to maintain the myelin sheath around the nerve. See also Neuropathy & Statins
High blood pressure medication can cause neuropathy by decreasing blood flow at the extremities, like the feet or hands.
Drugs create side effects by depleting the body of different nutrients that the body needs. This deficiency can cause various problems including nerve damage. See also Drugs and Deficiencies
B Vitamin Depletion and Neuropathy: Certain artificial stimulants, such as cigarettes and alcohol, are known to aggravate the neuropathy condition. Both of these work to slow blood flow throughout the body. In the process, less nutrients and oxygen are being delivered. This is the last thing that you want if you have neuropathy.
Anything that uses up B vitamins in the body (depletes these vitamins) will make the condition worse. The body needs the B vitamins for healthy nerves, if these B vitamins are being used up by alcohol metabolism, sugar, caffeine, stress, etc. the nerves will be less able to do their job and then will become more damaged.
This is valuable when you are checking your medications to see if neuropathy is a possible side effect. The manufacturer doesn’t always list it as neuropathy. You should talk to your doctor about the possibility of changing your medications.
Paresthesia or paranesthesia
HSAN1 – Hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy
HSN1 – Hereditary sensory neuropathy
“Numbness & tingling” or “pins and needles”
“Poor balance of nerve damage” – Ataxia
Formication – a sensation that resembles that of insects crawling (tactile hallucination) on (or under) the skin
Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)
More than 100 types of neuropathy pain have been identified, each with its own development, and impaired function. You can get nerve damage in any part of our body it depends on what nerve is damaged. It can be your hands, feet, arms legs, head, face, stomach, bladder, etc. etc.
These symptoms or nerve damage or neuropathy are often slight at first. In fact, some mild cases may go unnoticed for a long time
These symptoms depend on the type of nerve – motor, sensory or autonomic – that are damaged.
Peripheral Sensory Neuropathy symptoms:
Some people may experience numbness, tingling and pricking sensations, sensitivity to touch and even left arm pain and tingling. Small fiber neuropathy affects the nerve endings in the fingers or toes as well as the legs. If the nerve damage increases it can cause numbness. This can lead to numbness in feet and other areas.
Others may suffer more extreme symptoms, including burning pain (especially at night) and stabbing pain.
Numbness, pain or tingling in the feet and ankles or legs may, after several years, lead to weakness in the muscles of the feet as well. The loss of sensation in the feet may increase the possibility for foot injuries to get unnoticed and develop into ulcers or lesions that become infected, not to mention having trouble with coordination.
Motor Nerve Damage symptoms:
Damage to motor nerves can result not only in lack of coordination and muscle wasting and even paralysis.
Nerves to the body’s organs symptoms:
Nerve damage to the nerves that serve the body’s organs can cause organ or gland dysfunction. This type of damage can create organs functioning inadequately. It can affect the heart rate, it can create erectile dysfunction, digestion, breathing, etc. etc.
Diabetic Neuropathy can flare up suddenly and affect specific nerves. This can develop double vision or dropping eyelids, or weakness and atrophy of the thigh muscles. Nerve damage caused by diabetes generally occurs over a period of years and may lead to problems with the digestive tract and sexual organs, which can cause indigestion, diarrhea or constipation, dizziness, bladder infections and erectile dysfunction.
Chemotherapy Caused Neuropathy:
Neuropathy as a side effect of chemotherapy can cause these same symptoms can create a lack of coordination due to the motor nerves being affected and may even cause chemo-brain as there is evidence that this could be due, in part to nerve damage.
Peripheral Neuropathy affects at least 20 million people in the United States alone and per some reports is increasing.
Pros: There are several drug treatments for neuropathy. There are medications such as Lyrica and Cymbalta that are given cover up or block the pain. Lyrica is an anti-seizure medication. It is used for neuropathy as it stops the nerves from talking to each other so you don’t feel the pain. Cymbalta is an anti-depressant which is used because it lowers a person’s awareness and thus their awareness of the pain. One drug occasionally used is Prednisone and also Elavil.
Cons: You have to continue to take the drugs to get relief. There are side effects to any drug.
Prednisone depletes the body of vital nutrients and there is a problem withdrawing from it (see Prednisone)
Amitriptyline (Elavil) it lowers the awareness of the nerve damage but as with all medications, they have side effects that don’t enhance your health.
Cymbalta as an anti-depressant can very often be difficult to get off without side effects. For info on Cymbalta & Neuropathy
Long term these drugs can cause more damage due to side effects and deficiencies it can create. Some of these drugs even have listed a side effect of neuropathy.
If you are taking any mediation that has a side effect of neuropathy, you should talk to your doctor to see if there is an alternative medication.
Pros: This is a drug and like all drugs has side-effects. Medical marijuana is talked about a lot recently with legalization. Up into the 70s, a medical doctor’s “okay to prescribe drugs license” listed marijuana. This went out of favor but is now back. Benefits are decreased awareness of pain, relief of pain. As in any drug prescribed for neuropathy, marijuana covers up the symptoms of neuropathy.
There is increased tolerance to the effects of marijuana, meaning that more marijuana is needed to get the same effect.
A big problem with marijuana is that it strips the body of Glutathione, the body’s master anti-oxidant that is found in every cell of the body. Thus, marijuana creates nutritional deficiencies. This is the reason for the 60s image of a “druggie” who looks emaciated and out of touch with reality.
Recent studies said that 17% of uses found it was addictive and hard to stop without side effects. Side effects included Anxiety/nervousness; Reduced appetite; Irritability/restlessness; Sleep difficulties including strange dreams. Studies said that users are 4X as likely to develop depression and manic-depression (bipolar) symptoms.
Some of the problems with evaluating this drug are the inconsistent dosing and quality-control issues.
Pros: This is a vitamin supplement created by a drug company which gives the body B vitamins which are necessary for building healthy nerves. Metanx is a medical food (Medical Foods are intended to manage a specific disease or condition for which medical evaluation, based on recognized scientific principles, has established distinctive nutritional requirements. This is true of most supplements that build healthy nerves and have B vitamins for that purpose).
Metanx Ingredients Include the B vitamins: B12, B6, and Folic Acid only.
It is covered by insurance.
Cons: It is missing vital B vitamins needed to build healthy nerves – B1 & B2 and Vitamin D. (It only includes B12, B6 and Folic acid)
B1 is used in the development of myelin sheaths: Myelin sheaths are the protective covering of the nerves whose break down is the problem.. Deficiency of vitamin B1 results in weakening of the sheaths. Adequate intake of vitamin B1 ensures the development of myelin sheaths and aids nerve functioning. It is also required for regulating the transmission of particular types of nerve signals along the brain and the spinal cord.
B2 The body utilizes vitamin B2 to keep tissue healthy and to help accelerate healing of injuries. B2 protects the nervous system.
Vitamin D: One of the functions of Vitamin D is the regulation of nervous system development and function.
For more information about B vitamins necessary for healthy nerves
Neurobion® is used for the deficiency in any of the following B vitamins: Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B12 Originally it was a prescription vitamin supplement but is now sold as a pharmacy OTC Neurobion is a water soluble vitamin drug that focuses on providing B vitamins.
Pros: Claim is that in getting an adequate amount of these vitamins will help to prevent tingling, nerve pain and numbness.
Cons: Not all the necessary vitamins for nerve health. Water soluble can lead to the vitamins being flushed out before the body can utilize them.
Possible side effects per drugs.com: mild diarrhea; nausea; stomach upset. Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); feeling of swelling of the entire body; numbness or tingling of the skin.
Per Drugs.com, 11 drugs have been known to interact with Neurobion. They are listed here: http://www.drugs.com/drug-interactions/multivitamin,neurobion-index.html
Pros: Combines a footbath with an electrical current. Claims to open up nerve channels and stimulate circulation to the affected area. It claims to stimulate the nearby calf muscles to contract and relax, enhancing the local blood flow to bring fresh nutrients to the nerves and help remove accumulated toxins. No information on how it would address neuropathy in other areas of the body.
Cons: Cost. Inconclusive if this works for everyone or why electric current will “rebuild” nerves except for increasing circulation. There are many anti-oxidants which will also increase circulation. It also states it sends electric current up the foot through the sciatic nerve and down again so it addresses foot neuropathy only.
Tens Pain Relief: Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
Pros: is a therapy that uses low-voltage electrical current for pain relief. The electrodes are placed on the area of pain or at a pressure point, this creates a circuit of electrical impulses that travels along nerve fibers. Relief may be because the electricity from the electrodes stimulates the nerves iand sends signals to the brain that block or “scramble” normal pain signals. Another theory is that the electrical stimulation of the nerves may help the body to produce natural painkillers called endorphins, which may block the perception of pain See TENS
Cons: Experts generally consider TENS to be safe, although the machine could cause harm if misused. Have your physical therapist or doctor show you the proper way to use the machine, and follow these instructions carefully.
You need to use it often. It is for temporary relief.
Pros: The ancient Chinese practice of acupuncture has been known to help with the symptoms of neuropathy. There is apparently an ability to improve circulation with this method that would give similar relief. There is also acupressure which works on the same principles as acupuncture. For more information go to Acupuncture
Cons: Acupuncture sometimes does not help with neuropathy. You also have to continue to get treatments.
Alpha lipoic acid:
Pros: This is as an anti-oxidant which will help protect the nerves so no further damage is done to the body. It can help with the symptoms. In order to help it needs to be taken with Aceytl l-carnitine. There is evidence that they work together well in helping the body use nutrients to repair the nerves, but the vital B vitamins need to be taken with it.
Cons: None. Read more about Alpha Lipoic Acid
Pros: They will cover up the symptoms of neuropathy similar to drugs and can make you temporarily feel better; you must continue to take them. The body doesn’t use herbs for nerve health.
Cons: There are problems with herbs. They can interact with any other medications that you are taking. They can have side effects. Herbs are similar to drugs in so far as (in therapeutic dosages as found in the herbs that you can buy) they make the body do what it wouldn’t normally do. While you can use herbs in your salad and in tea without problems, when you take herbs in a supplement, they are extracts which are far stronger dosages. Herbs should be taken separately as if there is a problem, you can isolate what herb is causing the problem. The combination of herbs found in some supplements prohibits you from doing that.
Remember, herbs are not vitamins. They are natural substances, but they aren’t the vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids & amino acids that the body needs to function, create energy and to repair it.
Herbs can make your neuropathy feel better, but aren’t used by the body to build nerve health. Thus, you need to keep taking them to continue the relief. There are some herbs which shouldn’t be taken more than a few months like Feverfew or Ashwagandha.
When taking any herbs, check with your pharmacist. Pharmacies have databases where they can check for interactions and side effects.
There are many things that will fight inflammation and these are used for nerve pain. These can be ginger, tumeric, skullcap, lubella, black cohosh, arnica, topical creams.
Pros: Helps the pain without drug side effects.
Cons: Doesn’t address the cause. The body has unhealthy nerves which cause inflammation. The health of the nerve needs to be addressed.
Glutamine & B6:
Pros: Although no scientific evidence, some people with chemo induced neuropathy have said they had some relief.
Cons: There is, however, some concern that it may stimulate tumor growth. Studies show that B6 accumulated in an organism may stimulate the tumor growth. Note: It is always unsafe to take a lot of one B vitamin without the other B vitamins. Anything over 150 mg of B6 a day has always been considered a problem and can actually cause neuropathy. 2 mg a day can help build healthy nerves.
Pros: Infrared light to increase circulation and stimulate production of nitric acid. It is supposed to relax the arteries and eliminate free radicals. Pads are put over the injured areas. Pain is supposed to be relieved with increased circulation and more nitric oxide in the blood. It can treat common injuries.
Cons: Can relieve some symptoms but needs to be continued for relief.
Pros: Homeopathy can give temporary neuropathic pain relief without side effects or interactions with drugs. What is homeopathy?
There are also reports that using a trained homeopath can result in the eliminating of the damage.
Cons: Without professional homeopathy help, you can relieve the symptoms but won’t address the problem.
Pros: There are many different creams available that will bring relief from neuropathy pain. They can be applied as needed. Capsaicin is a common ingredient. It is used to relieve pain for arthritis, muscle pain, joint pain, as well as nerve pain. It can address the inflammation.
Cons: They relieve but you must continue to use it for relief. It doesn’t work for everyone.
Cold Laser Treatment or Low Level Laser Therapy:
Pros: It will give relief from pain. It is non-thermal and won’t burn the surrounding area. It is trying to increase cellular activity. The laser delivers electric pulses to the target area which delivers a jolt that matches the pulse at which the body perceives pain. It claims to create a reduction in pain by causing the production of natural pain killer endorphins.
Cons: Again doesn’t address the actual cause of the pain, so is relief only.
Various blends of B vitamins and other supplements:
Addressing different “nerve support” vitamins that are brought out from time to time including those supposedly formulated by a medical doctor. There are lots of different ideas about relieving the symptoms of neuropathy. There are many formulations. A lot of them are putting different vitamins together and even do include B1 in the form of benfotiamine and B12 as methyl B12. They even will give mega doses to try and help the nerves. However, the body needs specific B vitamins working together to build nerves. For instance, folic acid is needed to activate the B12. B6, B9 (folic acid) and B2 are needed for B1 to be absorbed. Some of these blends include both B vitamins and alpha lipoic acid when one needs to be taken with food and the other on an empty stomach. It is valuable to understand why each ingredient was put in the formula and whether it will help or just cover up symptoms, is missing ingredients or are good to take together. Here is an article on what creates healthy nerves.
Truewell Nerve Support
Pros: has B vitamins which are needed for nerve health and even the special kind of B1 & B12.
Cons: However vitamins work together and this formula has no D3, and no folic acid both of which are needed. See Nerve Health. You need Aceytl L Carnitine if you take alpha Lipoic Acid. This formula has only alpha lipoic acid – see Combination needed
B Vitamins – Liquid Delivery
Some brands will tell you that their formula is better because they are in liquid form. Liquid is NOT better. Liquid is variable. When you measure it out its variable and you don’t get the exact formula each time you take it. Tablet or capsule is very specific and is a superior delivery for building nerves.
If the problem is taking a pill, get capsules which can be emptied into food or drink.
Rebuilding Healthy Nerves:
Pros: Nerves need to be healthy to function properly. Healthy sensory nerves means that they are not painful. Healthy nerves mean that they communicate and don’t send wrong signals such as burning, hot and cold, tingling when there is no reason for it. Healthy motor nerves mean that they relay messages from the brain to the muscle so that they move correctly without weakness.
The body needs specific nutrients (vitamins) to be able to build healthy nerves. Getting Bio-available special forms of B1 and B12 along with the other Bs that activate them, will promote and support healthy nerves.
Cons: It doesn’t give immediate or temporary relief, but it does address the actual problem and builds healthy nerves.
Building Healthy Nerves: Find out what is needed to build healthy nerves
(For temporary relief while building healthy nerves, go to Pain Relief Formula)
Natural Treatment & Building Healthy Nerves:
The body needs the correct tools to build healthy nerves. These tools are specific nutrition (vitamins).
What are they? Read on.
It has been known for some time that B1 (thiamine) is very effective. It is needed by the body to create healthy nerves.
Unfortunately, the oral intake of vitamin B1 does not greatly increase the levels of B1 in the blood stream.
The reason for this is that Thiamine, like all of the B vitamins, is water-soluble. Thiamine cannot be stored in the body and flushes out within 4 to 5 hours.
Additionally, it has been found the symptoms are made worse by insufficient amounts of B12 in the body. Vitamin B12 supports the sheathing that protects nerve cells and has shown in studies to promote the regeneration and growth of nerve cells.
In the past, it has been difficult to remedy the B12 deficiency. The reason for this is that while vitamin B12 is readily stored by the body, it is not readily absorbed by the body. For this reason much larger amounts have been used in supplementation, but even large oral dosages have not been an adequate solution.
Keep reading. There is a solution.
You might have heard of the new type of vitamin B1 being produced, called Benfotiamine. It is a fat-soluble version of vitamin B1. What does this mean? It means this new form of vitamin B1 can be taken orally in large dosages and it will not flush out of the body the way ordinary Thiamine (vitamin B1) does. This is due to the fact that this type of B1 will be delivered into the blood stream where it can travel to the cells and be used.
Also available is Methylcobalamine (called Methyl B12). This is the form of vitamin B12 that can be directly utilized by the body. When regular B12 is taken, the body has to convert it into the Methyl B12 in the gut. Methyl B12 already comes in this useable form.
Where can I find these supplements?
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This company has had this formula for over 12 years and has over 12 years worth of success. The vitamins talked about above to build healthy nerves are available together. The name of the product is RHP“Nerve Support Formula”
It contains both the Benfotiamine and Methyl B12. The result is that the blood stream levels of vitamin B1 and vitamin B12 can be greatly increased, providing the nutritional support needed by the body to rapidly and far more effectively to decrease or eliminate the symptoms of unhealthy nerves.
Both Benfotiamine and Methyl B12 have been shown to be non-toxic and without any side effects even in very high dosages.
Additionally, the formula has three other B vitamins and vitamin D3 in the exact proportion that work together to produce the best results. The formula has been found to be exactly what the body needsl
Why the other B vitamins in the formula?
B1 (thiamin) is dependent on the other B-complex vitamins. Absorption of B1 into the body requires adequate supplies of vitamin B6, B12 and B9 (folic acid). A deficiency in Vitamins B12 can increase loss of B1in the urine, and vitamin B6 also appears to help regulate distribution of thiamin throughout the body. B9 (folic acid) is also necessary to activate the absorption of the B12. The body utilizes vitamin B2 to keep tissue healthy and to help accelerate healing of injuries. B2 protects the nervous system.
In addition the formula has Vitamin D. One of the functions of Vitamin D is the regulation of nervous system development and function.
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