It is very important to understand that an overabundance of vitamins is just as harmful as their deficiency. For example, a lack of vitamins K leads to bone fragility, destruction of hard tooth tissues, risk of heavy bleeding, but an overabundance leads to an increase in the number of platelets and blood viscosity.
This is fraught with thrombosis and dangerous for people with thrombophlebitis, varicose veins, migraines.
If you get too much vitamin E, your blood pressure will rise, liver, kidney, and intestinal cells will suffer, and with a high overdose level, hemorrhages in the retina of the eye or in the brain are possible. Excess vitamin B2 leads to dizziness and impaired iron absorption. With an excess of vitamin B3, fainting, itching of the skin, cardiac arrhythmias and disorders of the digestive tract occur, and vitamin B6 – numbness of the hands and feet.
That’s why it’s worth starting with a visit to a doctor who will prescribe laboratory tests – complex or single, for each vitamin. So he will determine which vitamins are actually missing and will select both vitamin complexes and the right diet.