Vitamin B6 plays an important role in many areas of human metabolism:
- nervous and immune system
- protein metabolism
- blood formation
- psychological processes such as concentration and memory performance
- regulation of hormonal balance
- reducing tiredness
Higher-dose vitamin B6 has been shown to contribute to well-being during pregnancy.
Vorkommen: Vitamin B6 kommt in Fisch, Fleisch, Obst, Gemüse, Getreide, Milch und Käse vor.
At the start of pregnancy, women experience a huge shift in the body’s hormonal balance, leading to physical and emotional changes. Vitamins B6, B1 and B12 assist in coping with this transition.
Vitamin B6 regulates hormone production in such a way it remains within the normal range. This mitigates excessive hormone production – particularly of hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), oestrogen and progesterone – which takes place at the start of pregnancy. In high concentrations, these hormones are thought to trigger nausea.
A combination of vitamin B6 and B12 contributes to a healthy immune system and to the normal formation of red blood cells. This is especially important for pregnant women, as the blood volume increases by approx. 50 % during the course of pregnancy.
Besides this, both vitamins assist in alleviating tiredness.
The vitamin trio B6 + B12 + B1 assist in achieving normal energy metabolism and a healthy nervous system.
Nausema® contains the combination of vitamin B6, vitamin B1 and vitamin B12 in the required dosage. By taking three mini tablets over the day, these B vitamins provide an optimum dietary supplement. The feeling of well-being is noticeable within only a few days.