Friday, June 21, 2013

Noxicare Vitamin B-12 Review

Noxicare has a new product out that could help with your energy levels and I decided it would be worth it to check out since Mike has a really hard time lately working with the back trouble and his energy waning in the afternoon. He has been trying those energy shots that you see everywhere in the stores, but I don't like them.

The artificially stimulate your system and rev you up but then you crash and have to take more. We have been taking Vitamin B-12 for several years but he has been using it more than me. With the RA and all the drugs I have been trying to find one that really works, it's been pointless for me to take them. Because the RA drugs act a an immune suppressant, it really makes me tired a lot. Then add the Fibromyalgia to the mix and I really am in trouble with the energy.

I may try them later after I see the RA doctor again next week. I have gone thru all the treatments and none have worked and we are down to the last one. I am going to say "no" because the side effects are too great. I took chances with the others but this is the one we saved for the very last with all the side effects and after thinking it over, I am not willing to take the chance. So, since I won't be on them anymore unless a new one pops up, I should be okay to take the B-12's and see if it helps some since the immune suppressant drugs won't be in my system anymore.

So, for this review, I am going only on Mike's experience because I can't wait another month for me to try it. He takes the recommended 2 tablets daily and it took awhile I guess for it to really get in his system, but once it did, he said he did feel somewhat better in the afternoons that he could make it the rest of the day. He still had to take a nap when he got home but I don't think it's the vitamin's fault.

He doesn't sleep good at night and so he is working on 4 or 5 hours of sleep and I don't think no amount of caffeine or any other product is going to make that depleted energy up so you can go all the way to bedtime that night.
The benefits of taking B-12:
  • Helps convert food into energy
  • Essential for red blood cell formation
  • Helps maintain nervous system health
  • Helps maintain a healthy homocysteine level, important for cardiovascular health
SUGGESTED USE: As a dietary supplement, adults take two (2) tablets daily at mealtime, or as directed by a health care professional. Store in a cool, dry place and away from direct light. Keep out of reach of children. 
We have used Noxicare's products off and on for years now so I trusted them and knew they would send quality products and we had nothing to worry about. Just getting Mike to the point to where he could make it thru work in the afternoons was all we were really hoping to happen anyway.
Why take Vitamin B-12?
Maintaining your energy level can help you feel your best. Along with other B vitamins, Vitamin B-12 is vital for energy production.  Vitamin B-12 is also important for red blood cell formation, proper nervous system function and for maintaining a healthy homocysteine level, which is important for cardiovascular health. A 500 mcg Vitamin B-12 supplement provides extra insurance that your B-12 needs are met.

If you have any of these conditions or problems, it might help you to try the Vitamin B-12 to see if it will boost your level of energy or if you have some nervous system problems or heart issues. And always please, check with your doctor before you agree to take anything over the counter. I can't possibly know what your health issues are and am only basing this on what Mike needed and what he was able to accomplish. So, to give yourself peace of mind, I always recommend you ask your doctor if he thought it might help.

Here's a little info on the doctor who discovered Noxicare:
Advanced Pain Medicine Institute Dr. Ghorbani, a Harvard-trained, board certified Interventional Pain Management Specialist, is currently the President and Medical Director of Advanced Pain Medicine Institute in the Greater Washington, DC area.  Prior to his move to Washington, DC in 2007, Dr. Ghorbani was in private practice, providing pain management services in Boston for 10 years.

He had been affiliated with several prestigious hospitals such as New England Baptist Hospital, known for its treatment of professional athletic teams and US Olympic teams, and Faulkner Hospital, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital. In addition, Dr. Ghorbani was Director of the Interventional Pain Management Program at Boston University Medical Center where he was actively involved in training residents and medical students.

Dr. Ghorbani is an active practitioner with offices at several Washington, DC area locations. He is currently the Director of Pain Management Services at Dimensions Health Care System in Cheverly, Maryland. In his practice, Dr. Ghorbani  employs cutting edge technology in the treatment of spine pain, with an expertise in minimally invasive therapies for the treatment of spine pain originating from the neck, and back pain.

Procedures performed by Dr. Ghorbani include Epidural Steroid Injections, Selective Nerve Blocks, Radiofrequency Facet Denervations, Sacroilaic Blocks, Sympathetic Blocks, Discography, Spinal Cord Stimulator Implants and Percutaneous Disc Decompression for removal of Herniated Discs.
Connect with Noxicare several ways:

Mailing Address:Truceuticals
5530 Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 1550
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Corporate office: (240) 391-0155
Noxicare questions or to re-order: 877-NOXICARE (877-669-4227)

Disclaimer:  I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Mer said...

This sounds worth trying. A little extra energy after lunch would make a big difference.