Thursday, December 24, 2015

Pantothenic acid.. Ache in the head and a sense of fatigue, nausea, abdominal pain, sleep disorder, numbness in the hands and feet



The name of this vitamin is derived from the Greek word express capacity to spread and correspond in English (everywhere), indicating that this vitamin is available in most food, particularly in yeast, liver, eggs, milk, poultry, whole grains.
So rare to find infected deficiency symptoms are: pain in the head and a sense of fatigue, nausea, abdominal pain, sleep disorder, numbness in the hands and feet, with a sense of Prick two muscular spasm.
As for the need of individuals for this vitamin is not yet known, but scientists say that feeding 5-10 mg of it per day is sufficient to cover the needs of individuals at all ages.