Vitamin b12 - Hydroxocobalamin, Cyanocobalamin or Methylcobalamin
Vitamin B12 is a vitamin that is important for the energy balance of the nervous system, memory, cell division and blood formation. Vitamin B12 is abundant in many foods from different food groups. Offal such as veal and beef liver, are particularly high in vitamin B12. High-content foods include herring, mackerel, beef, various cheeses, salmon and tuna.
The daily requirement depends on age and gender.
The doctor can detect a vitamin B12 deficiency. Signs of this may include the following symptoms: tingling, feeling cold in the hands and feet, weakness and rapid fatigue, and difficulty concentrating. It can also cause muscle twitching, so-called tics, which are particularly noticeable in the eyes. Another indication of a vitamin B12 deficiency can be cracks in the corners of the mouth (rhagades). However, these can also be a sign of zinc or iron deficiency. For persistent complaints, a visit to the doctor is recommended
Crying Baby - causes, symptoms and tips:
Cause: milk nutrition
A major cause can be flatulence. Especially with a few weeks old baby, the digestive system is not quite mature. A foam is formed in the abdomen, which is difficult to escape and builds up pressure, which is perceived as a nagging pain in the child.
Cause: Drinking behavior
It is not crucial whether a child is breast-fed or bottle-fed. It is crucial that by rapid drinking larger amounts of air is swallowed. This is easily done if the children are too greedy or if they are too horizontal.
A too big suction hole on the bottle can be the cause.
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