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Are you taking Alzheimer's, depression or seizure medication? You need THIS vitamin...

by , 20 March 2020
Are you taking Alzheimer's, depression or seizure medication?  You need THIS vitamin...
Studies have shown that a specific form of vitamin C could be used to escort medication across the blood-brain barrier.

This could enhance the effectiveness of the medication for Alzheimer's, epilepsy and other brain disorders.

What is the blood brain barrier?  

This layer of chemicals acts as a buffer between the brain and the bloodstream. It prevents toxins, including some drugs, from entering the brain - from the bloodstream. 

Ascorbic acid - which is a form vitamin C - passes easily into the brain from the blood. There is a higher concentration of vitamin C in the brain and spinal cord than anywhere else in the body.

This is good news if you take Alzheimer's, depression, seizure or other brain disorder medications. That's because the study found that ascorbic acid was able to escort these drugs into the brain. They're typically difficult to cross the blood-brain barrier without the help of vitamin C.  

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Are there side-effects to worry about?

Always check with your doctor before introducing a new supplement into your regime, but unless you take very high doses of vitamin C, you're unlikely to experience adverse side effects. At high doses, vitamin C can cause loose stools. 

However, given that vitamin C can cross the blood-brain barrier, you may need to revise your med's dosage with the help of your doctor - because more of it will be transported into your brain when you take ascorbic acid. 


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