Methylcobalamine, your brain and your psyche
Vitamin B12 is vital for protecting your nerves, conducting, and creating neurotransmitters and hormones. It is very important for your mental health in fact it has a major influence on the health of the brain and psyche. A deficiency of Vitamin B12 does not only temporarily and severely impair your brain activity, but it can also cause long-term structural damage in the physical tissue.
Several biological processes that are essential to the central nervous system, and for the physiological neural maintenance, is conducted by Vitamin B12.
The functionality of Vitamin B12 in your brain and psyche has a list of fundamental benefits, in restoring and maintaining your psyche and your physical brain. It stimulates and boosts the production of your vital chemical messengers in the brain - your neurotransmitters and vital hormones.
It plays an important part in supporting, developing, and protecting the interneurons (the neuron connectors) in your brain. It also reduces and/or neutralizes the neurotoxic (poison to the nervous system) substances in the brain, regulating critical, interfering, and intruding substances, (cytokines) in the central nervous system.
Vitamin B12 is naturally linked to mood, cognitive performance, memory, perceptions, coordination and many other fundamental processes in the brain.
It is therefore today regarded as one of the most important vitamins for the psyche.
Benefits of Vitamin B12 include:
1. Stimulates and boosts the production of your neurotransmitters and vital hormones
2. Supporting, developing, and protecting the neuron connectors in your brain
3. It reduces and/or neutralizes the poison to the nervous system in the brain
4. Is directly linked to your mood
5. Increases the cognitive performance
6. Increases and improves memory
7. Improve the perceptions, coordination and many other fundamental processes in the brain
8. Regarded as one of the most important vitamins for the psyche
The efficiency, and safety, and all listed information are all backed up with studies and linked to clinical data:
Vitamin B12, Brain and Psyche | Dr. Schweikart (b12-vitamin.com)
Vitamin B12 and cognitive function: an evidence-based analysis - PubMed (nih.gov)
Vitamin B12 in Health and Disease (nih.gov)
Causes of vitamin B12 and folate deficiency - PubMed (nih.gov)