Vitamin B-12 for energy and concentration

Ceci Jayo

I'm Ceci Jayo, a branding & graphic design expert. I'm constantly trying my best to live a healthy lifestyle and be less dependant on traditional medicinal remedies. In my free time, I love going to the beach, doing yoga, and going on hiking adventures. I used to live a hectic city life, living in New York City, but now I live in Miami Beach. I love feeling closer to nature and closer to the beach!

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You can buy it at any pharmacy or grocery store, and it usually comes as a tablet that dissolves under your tongue. I take it every morning when I wake up before going to class and work so that I can have a natural energy boost in the morning.

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I have taken B-12 to improve my attention and concentration problems for as long as I can remember. I even buy multiple bottles at a time, because whenever I run out, I feel completely exhausted and unfocused for the entire day. While it doesn't give me the intense energy rush that I get from caffeine, taking it consistently subtly improves my focus so that I have significantly more energy when I wake up every day.

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Ceci Jayo

I'm Ceci Jayo, a branding & graphic design expert. I'm constantly trying my best to live a healthy lifestyle and be less dependant on traditional medicinal remedies. In my free time, I love going to the beach, doing yoga, and going on hiking adventures. I used to live a hectic city life, living in New York City, but now I live in Miami Beach. I love feeling closer to nature and closer to the beach!

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Ceci Jayo
By Ceci Jayo
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5 months ago

I've been taking Vitamin B12 for a while now to help with my energy levels but I wasn't seeing the best results. Then, I was told that my body might not be absorbing it properly. Apparently, there are four main kinds of B12 sold in common supplements (Methylcobalamin, Adenosylcobalamin, Cyanocobalamin, Hydroxocobalamin) and they do different things for different people. I'm now going to try Adenosylcobalamin based B12 supplements and see how it goes! :)

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