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Brain Fog / Can you get too much Vitamin B12?

Commented on September 16, 2014
Created September 15, 2014 at 6:18 PM

I regularly eat eggs, pastured meat and wild-caught fish as well as organic plant foods, but recently while working from home I started getting mid-day brain fog. Maybe I have a nutrient deficiency, maybe I don't get enough exercise, maybe I don't get enough sunlight.

So I started taking supplements every morning: Vitamin D3, Magnesium, and Super B-Complex. I think one of those helped get rid of my brain fog (mostly) but I'm not sure which. And now I'm wondering, is it bad to take Vitamin B daily if you already eat meat and fish regularly?

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on September 16, 2014
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Anybody have some insight about brain fog and what might help cure it?

Is the magnesium helping? Is the Vitamin D3? Are there other supplements that would help?

Thanks!

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on September 15, 2014
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If you are just taking a normal b complex supplement, I would not be concerned.  Your body excretes excess b vitamins.  I get B12 injections at high doses, that can affect you by disrupting sleep if it is too much.

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