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B6 is vital to promoting a healthy menstrual cycle and pregnancy. It’s capability to provide proper cell growth and moderate neurotransmitters can relieve moodiness often associated with PMS. It also helps protect your immune system and the immune system of the unborn child because of it’s role in the multiplication of cells and the creation of red blood cells and mucous membranes.
B6 is a fundamental vitamin to promoting brain health, it is essential in the creation of several neurotransmitters. It also necessary for the regulation and creation of hormones, serotonin and norepinephrine, which are key elements to mood. It also effects the production of melatonin which controls the body’s internal clock.
Your body also needs B6 to absorb and convert B12 and make red blood cells. It also promotes heart health by controlling the levels of homocysteine, which is a common element in heart disease.
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B6 is highly beneficial in physical issues many women face. It is helpful in easing cramping, moodiness, and helping your body build a stronger immune system, which makes this vitamin highly essential.
Take one daily, preferably with meals.
Consult your physician if you are taking it and are under 18, pregnant, or nursing. Do not take more than the prescribed amount, and if you notice any adverse symptoms please consult your physician and stop taking it immediately.
Vitamin B6 -a vitamin that is present in most foods, but when taken properly can help the body function properly and has been known to ease female ailments.
Q. Can I overdose on this?
A. No but it is not recommended that you take more than the prescribed amount.
Q. What are the side effects?
A. Each person reacts differently, but the most common side effects are abnormal heart rhythms, acne, allergic reactions, breast enlargement or soreness, changes in folic acid levels, decreased muscle tone, drowsiness, headache, heartburn, rash, nausea, loss of appetite, stomach discomfort, worsened asthma. Please consult your physician if you notice any of these symptoms after taking.
Q. Does this work as well as an antihistamine for cramps?
A. Because this is not an antihistamine, no. But studies have shown patients cramps easing and periods becoming regulated.
Q. How will this affect my birth control?
A. This should have little to no effect on the effectiveness of the birth control. Studies have shown that taking this with birth control has helped ease the feelings of anxiety and depression in patients.