B Vitamins

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B Vitamins by Mind Map: B Vitamins

1. Nueroplasticity

1.1. Manufacture of new synapses

1.2. Vitamin B12

1.3. Sulbutiamine

2. Metabolism

2.1. Brain Metabolism

2.1.1. Vitamin B12

2.2. Protein Metabolism

2.2.1. Vitamin B6

3. Deficiency Symptoms

3.1. 50% of Americans are Vitamin B6 Deficient

3.2. Low Vitamin B3 (Niacin) levels

3.2.1. Apathy

3.2.2. Anxiety

3.2.3. Chronic alcoholism

3.2.4. Fatigue

3.2.5. Poor concentration

3.2.6. Pellagra

3.2.7. Restlessness

3.2.8. Schizophrenia

3.3. Asthenia

3.4. Fatigue

3.5. Depression

3.6. Headaches

3.7. Poor memory

4. Food Sources

4.1. Avacado

4.2. Fish

4.3. Eggs

4.4. Energy Drinks

4.5. Liver

4.6. Vitamin B3

4.6.1. Yellowfish tuna

4.6.2. Lamb Liver

4.6.3. Portobello Mushrooms

5. Dosage

5.1. Low

5.1.1. Sulbutiamine 400 Milligrams daily

5.2. Medium

5.2.1. Vitamin B6 1-1.5 Milligrams

5.3. High

5.3.1. Vitamin B12 1 - 3 Grams

5.3.2. Vitamin B6 20-25 Milligrams

5.3.3. Sulbutiamine 1000 Milligrams daily

6. Neurotransmitters

6.1. Dopamine

6.2. Epinephrine

6.3. GABA

6.4. Norepinephrine

6.5. Serotonin

7. Supplementation

7.1. Important for vegans & vegetarians

7.2. Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

7.2.1. From $10

7.3. Vitamin B6

7.3.1. $7-$10/Monthly

7.4. Vitamin B12

8. Lucid Dreaming

8.1. Dream salience by causing cortical arousal

8.2. Vitamin B12

9. Productivity

9.1. Vitamin B6

9.2. Vitamin B12

10. Antioxidants

10.1. Vitamin B6

11. Diuretics

11.1. For hangovers and morning sickness

11.2. Vitamin B6

12. Cofactors

12.1. Vitamin B6

12.1.1. Vitamin B12

12.1.2. Gestalt Action

12.1.2.1. Potassium

12.1.2.2. Vitamin C

12.1.2.3. B Vitamins

12.2. Zinc

12.3. DNA Repair

12.3.1. Uridine

13. Stress Management

13.1. Nueroprotective

14. Antiaging

14.1. Vitamin B3

14.1.1. NAD+

14.2. Cognition

15. Memory

15.1. Sulbutiamine

15.1.1. Working Memory

15.1.2. Episodic Memory

16. Social Anxiety Disorder

16.1. Sulbutiamine