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Slow methylator? Methyl B12 intolerance?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by justy, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. Victronix

    Victronix Senior Member

    That sounds about right . . . although many people also get anxiety, sweating, waking up at night, etc (the 'excito' part, not just the 'toxicity' part). There is a whole rationale about the biochemical origins of the sick feelings of excitotoxicity, but I haven't followed them closely enough. Importantly, they do go away after a few days or weeks.
  2. Malachy


    i forget to mention that I had been sleeping much better since taking a multi-B supplement, but the methyl-B caused terrible insomnia last night, maybe because I took it in the mornings and it made me feel drowsy all day. I was falling asleep at 6pm when I usually get sleepy about 10pm, however last night I couldn't get to sleep at all and was wide awake at 4am instead of my usual 6am wake up time.

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