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Peripheral neuropathy, which is characterized by sharp pain or numbing and tingling, affects people of all ages. But the cure isn’t some outlandish and expensive pharmaceutical medicine – it’s a vitamin found easily in fish or supplements. Patients suffering from a loss of muscular control, painful tingling, numbness and loss of sensation in their limbs don’t have to undergo invasive surgeries or take debilitating meds – they may be able to simply take high doses of Vitamin B12. This vitamin benefits many other diseases as well.
Our bodies need 13 different B vitamins, and B12 can be especially lacking. Most of us are already familiar with B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6, and folic acid. But the B complex also includes vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), B12, biotin, PABA, choline, and inositol. These water-soluble vitamins are indispensable for good health.