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What are the vitamin c's precautions

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Vitamin C is a well-known vitamin in the vitamin family. Vitamin C can promote the synthesis of bone collagen; Conducive to faster wound healing; Promote the absorption of iron and calcium; Improve the metabolism of fat, lipids and cholesterol; Prevention of cardiovascular disease; Promote the growth of teeth and bones and prevent gum bleeding; Enhance the body's anti stress ability and immunity to the external environment, and so on. There are many benefits!

Does that mean that the more collagen vitamin c we supplement, the better?

In fact, vitamin C supplement should vary from person to person, just take it in an appropriate amount. Vitamin C is acidic, excessive intake will accelerate gastrointestinal peristalsis, and some sensitive people may have diarrhea symptoms. For people with poor renal function, excessive vitamin C supplementation will also increase the burden on the kidney.

Precautions for supplementing vitamin c controlled release caplet

1. The daily intake of vitamin C for adults is generally 100mg, which should not be taken in large doses for a long time. Vitamin C will be excreted when it exceeds the absorption limit of the body, and some sensitive people may cause diarrhea.cheap Vitamin C slow release 1500mg - NhSquirrel

2. If a large dose of vitamin C is required due to the condition, it should be stopped slowly after use, otherwise, scurvy symptoms may occur if the drug is stopped suddenly.

3. Although vitamin C is powerful, some people should be careful when taking it. (caution: cysteuria, gout, high oxaluria, uric acid renal calculus, hemochromatosis, iron or granular cell anemia, thalassemia, sickle cell anemia, diabetes, etc.)

4. When pregnant women take too much vitamin C, it may induce neonatal scurvy.

Note: in case of overdose or serious adverse reactions, seek medical attention immediately.

Drugs that should not be taken with time release vitamin c 1500mg

Sulfonamides: Vitamin C is acidic. Sulfonamides are easy to form crystalline salts in acidic environment, which may cause urinary stones and kidney damage. If the condition needs to be used together, please see a doctor and take the medicine under the guidance of a doctor.

Aspirin: taking aspirin together with vitamin C will increase the excretion of vitamin C and affect the utilization of vitamin C. But it will not affect the efficacy of aspirin. If you want to take vitamin C at the same time, you should take vitamin C at least at an interval of more than 1 hour, and then take aspirin or increase the dose of vitamin C.

Some anticoagulants: Vitamin C has anticoagulant effect against heparin and warfarin, which can shorten prothrombin time and weaken the effect of anticoagulants. At least two drugs should be used at the same time.

Alkaline drugs: such drugs as aminophylline, sodium bicarbonate and ulcer drugs. Vitamin C is easily destroyed in neutral or alkaline solutions and loses its physiological efficacy. When taken together with alkaline drugs, acid-base neutralization reaction will occur, making both drugs lose their efficacy.

Folic acid: taking both at the same time is prone to redox reaction. Folic acid decomposes faster in acidic environment, resulting in the weakening of the effect of the two drugs. When used to treat anemia, folic acid should be taken first, and vitamin C should be taken after an interval of 2 hours.

Special note: Vitamin C cannot be taken with fish and shrimp at the same time. So as not to cause arsenide poisoning.