B12 Sublingual Information

Important Facts About B12 Sublingual

B12 SublingualB12 sublingual is a unique way to deliver vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin. Being a water-soluble vitamin, it is easily transported directly into the bloodstream when administered under the tongue (sublingual).

The benefit to taking B12 sublingual versus swallowing a B-complex pill is that instead of the vitamins being destroyed by the acids in your stomach they hit your bloodstream directly.

This not only ensures that you get the B12 into your system; it also ensures rapid delivery of the supplement to your body.

What B12 Sublingual Does

Vitamin B-12 is one of eight B vitamins, and is necessary for the metabolism of every single cell in your body. It is vitally important for your body’s energy production, which is why it is often taken for energy and by people with fatigue.

You also need B12 to make red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout your body. That’s why people who are unable to absorb vitamin B-12 eventually develop anemia.

Some studies have indicated that higher levels of B12 may help prevent brain atrophy in the elderly, which is often seen in Alzheimer’s Disease.

Vitamin B-12 Deficiency Symptoms

If you are deficient in vitamin B-12, you may experience the following symptoms:

  • Feeling weak, fatigued, and lightheaded -
  • Pale skin color -
  • Bleeding gums or a red, swollen tongue -
  • Weight loss and nausea -
  • Constipation or diarrhea -

Long-term vitamin B-12 deficiency can cause nerve damage, which can in turn result in:

  • Confusion and dementia -
  • Tingling or numbness in your hands and feet -
  • Dizziness and loss of balance -
  • Mild to serious depression -

This nerve damage from long-term vitamin B-12 deficiency is often irreversible, which is a good reason to get tested if you believe you may have low vitamin B levels.

Taking B12 Sublingual

Taking B12 Sublingual daily is an excellent way to help maintain optimal health and energy levels. Simply place the B12 sublingual tablet under your tongue and allow it to dissolve.

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