In our daily life, we inevitably face stress. Humans are naturally able to tolerate only a certain degree of stress. However, if stress continues to increase and is left accumulated more than the ability to adaptive tolerate, it will become a silent threat that negatively affects both physical and mental health.
“Stress” harm your health.
Manage stress with high potency 'B vitamins'
B vitamins helps to keep the brain clear and sharp with bright mood
B vitamins provide energy to get ready for a new day.
Who should we get more 'B vitamins'?
Stress...begin with negative emotions, feelings, and mental states e.g., feeling anxious, frustrated, upset, lack of concentration, which will continue to negatively affect the body e.g., headaches, fatigue, inability to eat, insomnia, etc. If the stress continues for a long time, free radicals and chemicals are released under stress. It can increase the risk of various chronic diseases such as, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, etc. It can be seen that in those who are regularly stressed, stress not only affect their daily life but it may also cause various chronic diseases that unknowingly harm your health in the long run.
There are many ways to relieve stress. Besides rest, exercise, and meditation, another method that has been clinically proven to help relieve stress and improve mood is taking high potency of B vitamins.
The B group of vitamins is essential for healthy function of the brain and the nervous system. It plays an important role in the production of neurotransmitters that regulate wakefulness, attentiveness, memory and emotion. It can be seen that B vitamins play an important role in the production of neurotransmitters that help to relax and clear your mind, help with concentration and learning as well as improving mood.
All B vitamins work together and are essential components for the metabolism of carbohydrates, protein, and fats to provide energy for activities in our daily life. And B vitamins also play an important role in the growth and formation of blood cells that carry oxygen to all the cells throughout the body, helping the body to freshly get ready for a mission all through day.
When the body is exposed to stress, the brain and the nervous system require a lot of energy and need more B vitamins which are important components in the energy-generating processes from nutrients. Therefore, during stress, B vitamins are rapidly depleted. As a result, the amount of energy supplied to the brain cell is compromised, leading to more severe stress. People under stress should receive B vitamins in the amount that is high enough to immediately convert nutrients into energy for the brain.
All B vitamins cannot be synthesize by the body. It must be obtained from food or vitamin supplements only. And with the culture to consume fast food that have less value, popularity of consuming refined rice, cooking that lose about 10-50% of B vitamins, an increasingly frequent drinking society. It was found that 50% of people who regularly drink alcohol are deficient in B vitamins. All these difficult to avoid factors deprived the body of B vitamins.
Moreover, living in a highly competitive urban society force many individual to face with stressful situations from work or studies. As a result, the body requires more vitamin B leading to a condition in which the body does not have enough B vitamins to meet the body’s needs.
Executives in all levels.
People who regularly experience stress.
Students who study hard.
People who drink alcohol regularly.
Patient recovering from surgery.
People with numbness of the hands and feet.
Consideration should be given to a formula containing multiple and complete B vitamins, as the B vitamins work together to complete various reactions happening continuously in the body. The 10 important B vitamins are thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), nicotinamide (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), pyridoxine (B6), biotin (B7), inositol (B8), folic acid (B9), choline (B11), and cyanocobalamin (B12).
In addition, the amount of B vitamins should be high enough to meet the body's needs. The recommended dose of each vitamin B is 25-300 mg/day. (25-300 micrograms for vitamin B7, B9 and B12) The balanced formula should be considered which is each B vitamin has the same amount so that they do not interfere with each other's absorption. In other words, getting too much of one B vitamin can compete for the absorption of another B vitamin.