Vitamin B12 deficiency: Not getting enough B12 could lead to Alzheimer's disease – signs


How to correct a vitamin B12 deficiency

Firstly, a prompt doctor’s appointment is needed; the doctor will first diagnose the condition and then work with you to bring levels of vitamin B12 back up.

Should the deficiency be left to fester, without medical observation, some of the health problems associated with a vitamin B12 deficiency can be permanent.


Experts at the Alzheimer’s Society highlighted that there are around 900,000 people in the UK right now that are living with the brain condition.

As a form of dementia, people who develop Alzheimer’s disease will eventually be unable to live their everyday life without assistance.


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