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Could Vitamin B12 Help Your Anxiety, Depression?

By Richard Zwolinski, LMHC, CASAC & C.R. Zwolinski

ould a B12 vitamin deficiency be causing your depression, anxiety, even symptoms of psychosis? This video shows the effects a vitamin B12 deficiency can have …

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Could Vitamin B12 Help Your Anxiety, Depression?

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  1. Vitamin B12 deficiency is MUCH more common than most people realize. The culprit is our bodies’ inability to effectively absorb vitamin b12 through our stomach linings…this is also why orally ingested supplements fall short…only 4% of the vitamin makes it into our blood. That’s why I started taking b12 injections (and patches) several years ago and am glad i did:

    http://www.vitaminb12forlife.com/my-first-vitamin-b12-shot

  2. Vitamin B ( and D ) has really helped my depression and anxiety. It went from what I would call severe to moderate. It’s definitely worth trying?

    • Excuse me, I meant “worth a try!”

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