B vitamins

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The B vitamin complex (also called B vitamins) are a group of 8 vitamins. They have an important job in the metabolism of cells. Originally, people thought they were just different forms of one vitamin (like with Vitamin D, for example). Later it turned out that they are separate vitamins that often can be found together. Vitamin B deficiencies such as:[source?]

  • mental problems
  • heart palpitations
  • heart arrhythmias
  • exhaustion
  • paranoia, vague fears, fear that something dreadful is about to happen, nervousness, ADD (attention deficiency), inability to concentrate
  • thoughts of dying
  • frustration
  • inability to sleep
  • restlessness
  • tingling in hands
  • tingling fingers and toes
  • crying spells, inability to cope
  • soreness all over

They are Vitamin B1/Thiamine, Vitamin B2/Riboflavin, Vitamin B3/Vitamin P/Vitamin PP/Niacin,Vitamin B5/Pantothenic acid, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B7/Vitamin H/Biotin, Vitamin B9/Vitamin M/Vitamin B-c/Folic acid and Vitamin B12/Cyanocobalamin.