By Malvika Kashyap
June 4, 2022
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A vital nutrient Vitamin E is an essential component for eyesight, reproduction, and blood, brain, and skin health.
Hemoglobinemia is a blood condition in which the quantities of protein in the blood are reduced. Vitamin E taken orally appears to help children with this blood condition.
Vitamin E taken orally appears to alleviate symptoms of this movement disease, as well as anxiety, cravings, and other negative emotions.
Vitamin E, together with some anti-Alzheimer medications, may help people with Alzheimer's disease slow down memory loss.
People may benefit from taking vitamin E by mouth, either alone or in combination with selenium, because it causes red blood cells to break down in reaction to stress.
In adults and children with this type of liver disease, taking vitamin E by mouth daily appears to ameliorate inflammation and liver indicators.
Taking vitamin E by mouth for two days before and three days after menstruation begins appears to minimise discomfort and menstrual blood loss.
Bleeding within the skull Vitamin E taken orally appears to lessen the incidence of premature newborns' skull haemorrhage.
When consumed in excess of 1000 mg per day, vitamin E can be dangerous. Nausea, lethargy, headaches, and bleeding are all possible side effects. Before using, seek medical advice.
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