B1 Thiamine 10 x 1ml IM/IV Ampoules
B1 Thiamine Hydrochloride 100mg
Delivery 7 to 14 days
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Thiamine is used for the prevention and treatment of vitamin B1 deficiency. Thiamine hydrochloride is a form of Vitamin B1. This medicine works by increasing the amount of thiamine in your body.
How Does Vitamin B1 Promote Good Health?
B1 Thiamine Boosts energy production.
When sugar mixes with vitamin B1, it becomes energy for your body to use. B1 helps make this process faster while supporting the other enzymes.
Reduces the effects of sepsis.
Sepsis, a severe response to an infection, can become fatal if your vitamin B1 levels are low. Alon with vitamin C, thiamine can reduce the effects of sepsis. It can also lower the risk of kidney failure that often results from the infection.
Helps fight depression.
Taking vitamin B1 supplements along with an antidepressant is good for depression. Vitamin B1 helps ease symptoms faster while stabilizing your mood. Lack of vitamin B1 has also been linked to low moods.
Good for diabetes.
If you have diabetes, think about getting more thiamine. Studies show that high blood sugar and insulin levels improve after taking vitamin B1 for 6 weeks. B1 also helps reduce high blood pressure and heart complications in people with diabetes.
A dose of vitamins B1 and B12 can help improve nerve pain in people with diabetes and may reduce the need for painkillers.
Minimizes the risk of heart disease.
Thiamine is key to the production of acetylcholine. This is the element that helps your body pass messages between its nerves and muscles. Without this communication, your heart wouldn’t work the way it should. Lack of vitamin B1 is one reason for uneven cardiac function.
Improves memory. Getting enough thiamine can help improve concentration and memory. Because of its positive effect on attitude and brain function, it is also known as a “morale vitamin”.
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