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Walking like a zombie

Discussion in 'Neurological/Neuro-sensory' started by ramkishore, Aug 10, 2014.

  1. ramkishore

    ramkishore

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    Hello everyone

    I took this benfothaimine vitamin B1 which is fat soluble lastg 3 days ago and the first two days I didn't get up at all and on day 3 I am walking like a zombie.

    Can somebody give the rationale? I am so puzzled. I thought only GABA can do it if there is a Leaky BBB.

    Please forum get me out of this state of mind. Its horrible thing i experienced in my life till date.
    Eagerly awaiting your reply.

    @caledonia
     
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  2. brenda

    brenda Senior Member

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    How much did you take @ramkishore
     
  3. ramkishore

    ramkishore

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    Just 50mg Brenda
     
  4. brenda

    brenda Senior Member

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    @ramkishore

    Sorry I cannot answer, but you might find someone on Dr Yasko's forum as they use B1 a lot for ASD's who also react strongly when taking it. Any chance you may be ASD?
     
  5. Hello ramkishore- I experienced what felt like serious detox symptoms taking regular vitamin B-1, at about 200 mg a day, so I stopped it and a day or so later was fine. I did some reading on it and the best explanation I could find was that vitamin B-1 is needed for acetylation in the liver. Acetylation is part of the phase 2 detoxification pathway in the liver. So maybe you are experiencing detox symptoms. Jim
     
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  6. ramkishore

    ramkishore

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    Yaa I have
    Yaa I have MTHFR A1298C Heterozygous and mercury poisioned also. You can see my signature for other mutations. New thing I am guessing is leaky BBB.
    Please let me know your thought.
     
  7. ramkishore

    ramkishore

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    Thanks Jim. Its really good explanation.Its fitting so close...so close.
     

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