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Vitamin B12 Benefits
B12 plays a large role in cell production, so adequate levels are needed to promote healthy hair, skin and nails. Supplementing with vitamin B12 has been shown to improve multiple dermatologic symptoms. (1, 2)
B12 deficiency may lead to decreased serotonin production, which may cause a depressed mood. Studies show that people who receive both antidepressants and vitamin B12 were more likely to show improved depressive symptoms, compared to those treated with antidepressants alone. (5)
B12 deficiency has been associated with memory loss, especially in older adults. One study found that people with B12 levels on the low side of normal can experience poor memory performance. Therefore, supplementing with B12 may improve memory, even in the absence of a clinically diagnosed deficiency. (6)
B12 plays a vital role in your body’s production of red blood cells. Low levels of B12 can cause a reduction in red blood cell formation. (10) When you’re anemic, your body doesn't have enough red blood cells to transport oxygen to your vital organs and cells, causing fatigue and weakness.
People with B12 deficiency have lower than normal bone mineral density. (11) Decreased mineral density is associated with an increased risk of osteoporosis.
Maintaining adequate levels of B12 may help prevent the risk of age-related macular degeneration, which is an eye disease that affects your central vision. Vitamin B12 may lower the amino acids that are found in your bloodstream, which are associated with age-related macular degeneration. (12, 13)
Adequate levels of B12 are crucial to a healthy pregnancy. They’re important for the prevention of brain and spinal cord birth defects. One study found that women with low B12 levels were three times more likely to give birth to a child with defects. (14)
B12 deficiency is common, especially among older people. Everyone is at risk of a deficiency if you don't get enough from our diet or aren't able to absorb enough from your diet.
There groups are at risk of deficiency:
B12 deficiency can sometimes take years to show up, and diagnosis can be complex.
Low B12 can cause various skin symptoms, including hyperpigmentation, nail discoloration, hair changes, loss of skin color in patches (vitiligo) and inflamed and cracked mouth corners (stomatitis). (15, 16)
B12 deficiency can cause anemia. This may cause you to feel short of breath and dizzy, especially when exerting yourself. This is because your body isn't transporting enough oxygen to your body’s cells.
Weakness and fatigue occur because your body doesn't have enough B12 to produce red blood cells. That means they cannot transport oxygen throughout your body, Without oxygen flowing through your body’s cells, you may feel weak and tired.
People with a B12 deficiency often have pale or slight yellow hints to their skin and the whites of their eyes--called jaundice. This happens because a lack of B12 makes it difficult for your body to produce red blood cells. (22)
If left untreated, deficiency in B12 can cause damage to your nervous system. This may cause changes to the way you walk and move. Balance and coordination may be a challenge, making you more prone to falling. (23)
Some people with B12 deficiency may experience mouth ulcers, feelings of pins and needles in the tongue or a burning sensation in the mouth. (24)
B12 deficiency may cause blurred vision, because of the damage to your nervous system and the optic nerve in your eye. (25)
Nerve damage is a more serious side-effect of vitamin B12 deficiency, and will usually occur over time. The sensation of pins and needles, or the prickling sensation in your hands and feet could be a symptom of severe B12 deficiency. (26)
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