B1, B6, B12
combination of 3 neurotropic vitamins in high doses
ADDITIONAL THERAPY IN NEUROPATHY PAIN
Important for carbohydrate metabolism provides energy for the normal function of the nervous system and transmission of nerve impulses. B1 deficiency leads to the appearance of peripheral neuropathy, atrophy, or muscle weakness.
Regulates the metabolism of amino acids, lipids, sphingolipids (the main constituents of myelin nerve layer) and neurotransmitters (serotonin, adrenaline). It is also responsible for normal function of the nervous system.
It takes part in the metabolism of nucleic acids, lipids, sphingolipids and myelin. In addition, it helps the creation of hemoglobin.
- Like other vitamins, these vitamins are essential substances that the body can not synthesize by itself, thus they have to be taken additionally.
- Therapeutic intake of vitamins B1, B6 and B12 can complement improper food intake of vitamins, thereby provide the required amount of coenzyme for normal body functions.
- Simple dosage 1 daily
- It is well tolerated
- Increases the effectiveness of the analgetics
- Enables reduction of the required analgesic dose, thereby reduces their side effects
Did you know that?
- 15% of people over 40 years of age have nerve damage
- The causes of damage are unknown in 22% of cases
- Symptoms related to nerve damage are most often manifested as pain:
– Increased sensitivity to pain
– Pain in the area innervated by the affected nerve
– Sharp pain
– Prickling, tingling, burning,
1 film-coated tablet contains:
- 100 mg thiamin hydrochloride (B1)
- 200 mg pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6)
- 0.2 mg cyanocobalamin (B12)
Additional therapy in neuritis and neuralgia (neuropathies), such as:
Trigeminal neuralgia is characterized by episodes of intense stinging pain in one half of the face, along one of the branches of the trigeminal nerve.
Intercostal neuralgia is severe pain occurring along the intercostal nerves, usually begins in the back area and spreads like a belt to the chest front wall.
Ischialgia pain may vary in intensity. It occurs along the sciatic nerve and can reflect only in the lumbosacral part of the spine or spread all the way to the foot.
- Recommended daily dose is 1 film-coated tablet. In individual cases, the dose may be increased to 1 film-coated tablet three times a day.
- Duration of the therapy is determined by the doctor. After 4 weeks period, the doctor should decide if continuation of the treatment is needed.
- NEURO-VIT film-coated tablets should be swallowed whole, without chewing, with liquid, during a meal or after a meal.
Children and adolescents
Due to the high content of the active substances, NEURO-VIT film-coated tablets are not suitable for use in children under 12 years of age.
Neuropathy is a type of pain that occurs due to peripheral damaged nerve. Damage can be due to injury, inflammation, infections, metabolic diseases (eg. diabetes), exposure to harmful chemicals (toxins), autoimmune diseases, alcoholism, or vitamin B deficiency.
Neuropathic pain commonly feels like burning, prickling, tingling, stabbing. It is sharp and strong. May be localized or spread along the affected nerve area.
Usually, it occurs in the elderly due to physiological age-related damage of the nerves, diabetics, athletes (due to injuries), smokers and persons with insufficient B vitamin food consumption.
Recommendations for treatment of neuropathic pain:
– analgesics (relieve pain)
– high doses of vitamin B (regenerate the nerves)