Bizarre Symptoms of Vitamin B1 Deficiency That You’ve Never Heard Before

Check out these bizarre symptoms of vitamin B1 deficiency and find out what to do if you have low vitamin B1.

I want to share some pretty bizarre uh symptoms that relate to a b1 deficiency the biggest thing you need to know about b1 is that it relates to everything nerve okay so that includes the brain so if there’s a b1 deficiency it can really affect all parts of the nervous system you see b1 is necessary to give energy to a very specific cell called the illegal

Dendrocyte okay what the heck is the illegal dendrocyte that is the cell that makes myelin as in myelin sheath decoding around the nervous system and when that coating breaks down because there’s not enough b1 all sorts of things can happen and that’s what i’m going to cover today now how do you become deficient in b1 well by consuming refined sugars refined

Carbohydrates as in the bread the pasta cereal crackers biscuits waffles anything with refined grains this is why they enrich grains with synthetic vitamins and minerals because it’s depleted with certain nutrients and then when you consume it it can deplete you of these nutrients all right another common thing that will deplete your b1 is t that tannins in tea

Will deplete you of b1 as well as the tannins in coffee as well as the caffeine in both sulphites in wine as well as dried fruit okay and other things as well alcohol which is also in the wine raw fish metformin chlorine as in tap water will do it and a lot of medications like antacid antibiotics especially cipro diuretics antidepressants like the ssris birth

Control seizure medications lupron which is for endometriosis and conditions that relate to early puberty and by the way that drug has a tremendous amount of side effects and then we have garsol and cervarix which both if i’m not mistaken and have been taken off the market but they both are vaccines for hpv the human papilloma virus all right so let’s first talk

About the first symptom and this would be a symptom that’s related to the cerebellum okay the cerebellum it’s the back part of the brain that if you looked at it it would look very similar to cauliflower but when you have a very severe deficiency in b1 you get degeneration in the cerebellum and the cerebellum controls motor function it controls certain part

Of our language it controls mood and attention so when you reach out in space to get an object you’re using your cerebellum when you’re walking and you’re coordinating all the different muscles you’re using your cerebellum so when you get a short-circuited problem in the cerebellum an electrical problem because the myelin is breaking down you can get tourette’s

Syndrome and that is like random vocalization of certain things that a person says as well as random twitching and random motions that are just not under the person’s control then you have another problem called ataxium that is the gait problem if you’re trying to walk heel to toe you won’t be able to do it your shuffling your movements are very erratic and that

Is a cerebellum problem another problem with the cerebellum it’s obsessive compulsive disorder that is a symptom of a major b1 deficiency so you can see that b1 deficiency can affect a person in different ways not always the same way and realize i’m talking about very specific symptoms that are related to the cerebellum but there are many other symptoms that are

Related to different parts of your body that have nothing to do with the myelin sheath okay another symptom that’s related to a b1 deficiency is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder because think about it we have hyperactivity this is an excessive motion state with a lack of attention both things are controlled by the cerebellum and then b1 is also needed

For the autonomic nervous system because remember i talked about b1 is everything neurological right the autonomic nervous system is composed of three different areas the sympathetic nervous system the parasympathetic which is rest and digest versus the sympathetic which is flutter fight and then the entire nervous system which is everything to do with digestion so

With this system being dysfunctional you can get what’s called pots and pots is a condition where you stand up and you feel dizzy you’re you’re going to collapse so you have a very difficult time standing up it’s actually a very devastating condition which affects the autonomic nervous system now even ms symptoms because ms involves the brain as well as modern

Sheath can mimic a b1 deficiency so people that are sometimes diagnosed with ms really might just have a b1 deficiency and then we have fibromyalgia symptoms too that can mimic a b1 deficiency because the relationship between the nerve and the muscle connection and then we have number eight which is chronic fatigue syndrome which also relates to the central

Nervous system the nervous system powers the energy through the body and so if we’re deficient in that electrical power we’re just going to be exhausted all the time and then we have another part of the nervous system called the peripheral nervous system okay and a common symptom with that is called peripheral neuropathy now that is usually a situation where you

See in diabetics where the bottom of your feet become painful burning numb achy that can then also occur in your hands okay because because the nervous system especially myelin is destroyed directly with sugar as well so this is why you see this symptom in diabetes but you can also have peripheral neuropathy with a b1 deficiency that’s created another way but

Also high levels of sugar will create a b1 deficiency and also create peripheral neuropathy now sciatic nerve is insulated with myelin so some people that are diagnosed with sciatica really have a b1 deficiency that is acting like sciatica so what is the solution to all this well i already mentioned all the things that can cause a b1 deficiency so you’re going

To have to figure out which one is causing yours but the other thing is just to take some b1 make sure it’s a natural version not the synthetic version a good source of natural b1 also is nutritional yeast it’s not the only source but it’s a good source but make sure you get the unfortified version and then if you have a problem that’s anything related to the

Myelin sheath okay which is a fat layer i would recommend in addition to the natural b1 i would take a fat soluble b1 vitamin called benfotamine and whatever it recommends on the back of the label i would times that by four take four times as much because if you take the fat soluble b1 called benfotamine it will penetrate the nervous system much better now the

Next most important video to watch would be my presentation at my summit my keto summit on b1 check it out i put it up right here

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Bizarre Symptoms of Vitamin B1 Deficiency That You've Never Heard Before By Dr. Eric Berg DC