First I will tell you about Vitamin B-1, otherwise known as Thiamin. This was discovered in 1926.This is made up of several complex molecules. This plays an important role in the bodies metabolic system for creating energy. This is very necessary for a normal functioning of the nervous system, muscles, heart, stabilizes hunger so that you aren't really hungry one second and not hungry the next. This also promotes growth and really good muscle tone. Although, I have found that there are many deficiency symptoms though. Some examples are beriberi, lose of appetite, weakness, feeling of weakness,insomnia, loss of weight, a vague aches and pains, mental depression, constipation, heart problems and much more.
Another type of vitamin B is B-2 or Riboflavin. This helps carbohydrates, fat, and protein with metabolism. It also has many other jobs. Riboflavin helps the formation of antibodies and red blood cells. We all know how important red blood cells are. But that's not all, it also helps maintain cell respiration. Riboflavin is important to maintain good vision, skin, nails, hair, and promotes good health. And once again there are some downsides to Riboflavin. Some deficiencies are itching and burning eyes, cracks and sores in your mouth and lips, bloodshot eyes, purple tongue, retarded growth, digestive disturbances, trembling, and sluggishness.
B-3, also known as Niacin( short for Niacinamide) is also a very important. It improves circulation and reduces the cholesterol level. It also helps metabolize protein. Niacin reduces fat and sugar and as a result lowers high blood pressure. It makes digestion go smoother, therefore increasing the energy of someone. b-3 also helps maintain a healthy skin, tongue, and digestive system. Some deficiency symptoms are digestive disturbance, nervousness, headaches, fatigue, mental depression, vague aches and pains, irritability, loss of appetite, insomnia, skin disorders, muscle weakness, indigestion, bad breath, and canker cores. For some deficiencies the first resemblance is sun burn. It affects the parts of your body that are exposed to light.
There are many different types of vitamin B, but I do not have enough time to tell you about them all. Therefore don't be surprised if I skip around a little bit.
Back to the vitamins. There is another type called Pyridoxine or scientifically known as B-6. B-6 is known to be in three forms. Pyridoxine helps break down amino acids. That is important because humans need atleast 22 amino acids to live. It also helps develop protein which is essential for our body. B-6 aids in the formation of antibodies. Not only that, but maintains the central nervous system, so you don't have late reactions or other symptoms of a bad nervous system. It also aids women in removal of excess fluids. Pyridoxine promotes healthy skin, reduces muscle spams, leg cramps, hand numbness, nausea, stiffness in hands, and helps balance minerals of the body. As always there are some set backs. Some deficiency symptoms are seizures, nervousness, insomnia, skin eruptions, loss of muscle control, anemia, mouth disorders, muscle weakness, dermatitis, arm and leg cramps, loss of hair, slow learning, and water retention.
Another vitamin is B-12 or Cobalamin. This was found in 1948. It is the most complex of all the vitamins. This has a lot of importance to your body. Many parts need it, but in small amounts. Some of the organs are the liver, kidney, and heart. It helps regenerate and reform red blood cells, and as a result helps block out anemia. This vitamin is also needed for carbohydrates which is the human bodies main source of energy. Cobalamin also helps with sugar, protein, and fat metabolism. It also helps your bodies nervous system, growth in children, increases energy, and is needed for calium absorption. So obviously it is important because calcium is needed in your body. Some deficiency symptoms are anemia, poor appetite, growth failure in children, tiredness, brain damage, nervousness, neurtris, degeneration of spinal cord, depression, and lack of balance.
Another vitamin is B-5 otherwise known as Pantothenic Acid. I didn't find out many reasons to take this, but I did find out it natural sources are blue cheese, brewer's yeast, corn, eggs, lentils, liver, lobster, meats(all kinds), peanuts, peas, soybeans, sunflower seeds, wheat germ, and whole grain products. A couple of reasons to use this is promotes normal growth, helps separate energy from food,