Vitamin B12 is an important vital element in the production of red blood cells in the body as well as in the maintenance of nerve health.
The lack of this vitamin in the body can damage the nerves and feel tired as well as affect the number of red blood cells.
If not treated, complications may include heart failure, especially in people who follow only a vegetarian diet, as vitamin B12 is rich in animal foods.
Health experts have found that vitamin B12 deficiency can cause nerve-related symptoms, a "neuropathy" that can affect movement and leg feel, including numbness, tingling and lack of sensitivity to touch, vibration or pain.
The lack of this vitamin can cause confusion, depression, poor concentration and forgetfulness, as well as severe pain and pain in the remaining hands or both, suddenly and without apparent cause at the top of the nameless finger.
Experts say these symptoms can become annoying pains if they are not treated.
Here are some other symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency:
– I feel very tired.
– Shortness of breath after a light workout.
– Low appetite.
– inflammation of the mouth and tongue.
If a person does not get enough vitamin B12 in their diet, doctors are advised to regularly take vitamin supplements and eat foods rich in B12.