What is vitamin B1?

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is an essential nutrient for tissue function by helping the body convert food into energy. Used to treat and prevent vitamin B1 deficiency, which is most common in people with alcoholism. Anorexia And anorexia Including used to treat beriberi And brain syndrome due to vitamin B1 deficiency as well

In addition to being in the form of a supplement The average person can get vitamin B1 from certain foods, such as pork, liver, soybeans, peas, sunflower seeds, potatoes, etc.

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Cautions in taking vitamin B1

  • Do not start or stop taking vitamin B1 without your doctor’s advice. And do not manually adjust the amount of vitamin B1
  • If you are taking vitamin B1, tell your doctor, dentist, nurse or pharmacist. Before receiving any other type of treatment
  • Do not share vitamin B1 with other people.
  • Patients should see a doctor. If taking vitamin B1 and symptoms that do not improve Or worsening symptoms

People in the following groups Always consult and tell your doctor or pharmacist before using vitamin B1 supplements.

  • People who are allergic to vitamin B1 and other components in the drug.
  • People with a history of allergy to other drugs or food allergies.
  • People who are taking other medicines, vitamins or herbs.
  • Those who are pregnant Or are planning a pregnancy Consult your doctor about the pros and cons of this vitamin first.
  • Those who are currently breastfeeding Always consult your doctor about the effects of vitamin B1 on your baby first.

Vitamin B1 consumption

Vitamin B1 has different consumption according to The behavior and characteristics of each patient With an example of quantity and details of use as follows

Eat as a vitamin supplement

  • Adults take 50-100 mg once a day.
  • Children take 0.5-1 mg once a day.
  • Babies take 0.3-0.5 mg once a day.

Treat vitamin B1 deficiency

  • Adults take no more than 300 milligrams per day.
  • Children inject 100 mg intravenously in combination with water. To prevent the occurrence of heart failure

Treat and prevent mild vitamin B1 deficiency.

  • Adults take 10-25 mg per day.

Treatment of brain vitamin B1 deficiency (Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome).

  • Adults were started injecting 100 mg of vitamin B1, administered slowly into a vein for at least 10 minutes, and then adjusted to 50-100 mg of vitamin B1 daily by intravenous or intravenous injection of vitamin B1. A muscle Until the patient is able to consume vitamin B1 on their own

Vitamin B1 use

  • Always read the package label and follow the doctor’s directions.
  • Vitamin B1 should be taken with meals.
  • In order for the body to get the most from vitamin B1, you should not forget to take it at the time specified by your doctor. If you forget to take it and close to the time of your next vitamin intake Skip to eat at regular times and doses. No need to add vitamins to replace the missing
  • Keep vitamins at room temperature. Away from heat, humidity, out of reach of children And do not expose the drug to direct light Including close the lid tightly after every use And not consuming vitamins that have expired

Side effects from taking vitamin B1

Taking vitamin B1 can cause some of the more common side effects. But patients are advised to see a doctor if these side effects interfere with their lifestyle. Or symptoms do not improve over time, such as abdominal pain, diarrhea,  restlessness, feeling hot, sweating a lot, or feeling tired

In addition, patients should seek immediate medical attention. If you experience drug allergy  such as redness, itching, swelling, blistering, peeling skin, chest tightness, wheezing, difficulty breathing, trouble speaking, hoarseness or swelling of your face, lips, mouth, tongue and throat.