What are the Vitamin B12 Deficiency Symptoms and Causes?
Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms are wide due to the involvement of B12 in many bodily functions. It is even engaged in the production of DNA (the body's genetic code).
Anemia is one of such symptoms, and it itself has such signs as fatigue, lack of energy, depression, headaches, etc. So, since the lack of vit B12 can cause anemia, you can consider these symptoms as the deficiency ones as well.
Symptoms of B12 deficiency also include forgetfulness, absentmindedness, problem solving difficulties, apathy, etc. - those found in persons with dementia, which is an associated health disorder.
Other ones are depression, weakness, numbness, tingling, dizziness, etc.
Causes of vitamin B12 deficiency
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