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The recommended daily dosage of sulbutiamine is about 200-600 mg. As sulbutiamine is a fat-soluble substance, it is best to take it with a high-fat meal.
The preparation should not be used for a long time – only short duration of supplementation will guarantee the best results in the form of enhanced nervous system functions and prevent the organism from developing resistance to the product’s activity.
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Vitamin B1 (thiamin, vitamin B) improves mental alertness and strengthens the nervous system ensuring the proper functioning of the brain. It improves cardiac and muscular system. It is suportive in the treatment of shingles. Involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats. Natural source of vitamin B1 are brown bread, yeast, eggs, raw vegetables, meat, milk, legumes, cheese.
Vitamin B1 deficiency hinders the processes of decomposition of sugars (catabolism), causes a loss of appetite and disorders in the functioning of the digestive tract, can cause polyneuritis and disease beriberi.
Dosage: Recommended daily intake is 1-2 mg.
Sulbutiamine – a syntetic derivative of vitamin B1, characterised by much higher absorption. It can penetrate biological membranes and cross the blood-brain barrier. According to studies, it shows neuroprotective properties (improves cognitive functions, mainly creativity, motivation and memory) and has health-promoting effects.
Due to its ability to penetrate the brain, it may increase levels of thiamine (to which it is metabolised). This influences greatly the modulation of neurotransmitters (as reported by studies, it increases the amount of dopamine receptors in the brain and is an important cofactor in acetylcholine synthesis) and neurons. Its nootropic effect is connected with the stimulation of metabolism in the central nervous system.
According to some sources, sulbutiamine may be effective also in individuals with different states of anxiety and depression. It has probably the ability to boost confidence and reduce inhibitions in persons with depressive disorders.
Sulbutiamine may be used successfully by athletes. As stated by scientists, it helps increase the body’s endurance, reduce time needed for recovery and boost energy required for physical activity. It may probably speed up blood flow and increase oxygenation levels.
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