A complex of vitamins B is prescribed for inflammatory and degenerative diseases of the nerves and the motor apparatus, a deficiency of the group of vitamins B in the body. In large dosages, they can be prescribed as analgesics, but always with the advice of your doctor.
Vitamin B1 is phosphorylated in the body to form cocarboxylase and thiamine tri-phosphate (TTP). Cocarboxylase is an integral non-protein part of enzymes and takes an active part in metabolic processes, for example, in carbohydrate metabolism. It prevents the accumulation of metabolites (pyruvic acid, lactic acid), improves the conduction of a nerve impulse in the synapses.
Vitamin B6 - a coenzyme of proteins, is an integral component for the processing of amino acids and the absorption of protein. B6 is involved in the synthesis of hemoglobin and is responsible for the uniform supply of glucose to cells, improves metabolism in brain tissues. It can be prescribed for memory impairment, decreased performance, depression. Replenishment of vitamin B6 in the body promotes the production of dopamine, serotonin, gamma-aminobutyric acid, norepinephrine, and melatonin in a normal amount.
Vitamin B12 is essential for cellular metabolism; participates in the formation of methionine, choline, creatinine, nucleic acid; It has an analgesic effect. May be prescribed for certain types of anemia. B12 is necessary for the body to produce red blood cells, develop neurons, and DNA synthesis. In injections, vitamin B12 is prescribed when it is poorly absorbed by the body due to gastrointestinal disorders or for other reasons. It tends to accumulate in the body, therefore it is prescribed by the doctor in courses.
Bedoyecta tri is prescribed for the following diseases:
Vitamin B deficiency
Intoxication due to prolonged and uncontrolled medication
Damage to the facial nerve
Contraindications to the use of Bedoyecta tri is:
1. Acute cardiac conduction disorder
2. Acute decompensated heart failure
3. An ulcer of the stomach and duodenum in a state of acute inflammation
4. Thromboembolism, erythremia, erythrocytosis
5. Pregnancy and lactation, since Bedoyecta tri contains alcohol, and also due to the risk of fetal dependence on pyridoxine;
6. Children's age up to 1 year;
7. Hereditary pathology of the optic nerve - Leber's disease;
8. Neoplasms (except in cases of vitamin B12 deficiency and megaloblastic anemia).