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vitamins B1, B2, and B6 in 14 geriatric inpatients with depressive disorders who were given tricyclic antidepressant therapy was assessed in a well-designed research. The supplement handled group showed trends toward greater improvement in scores on ratings of depressive disorders and cognitive function, as well as in serum nortriptyline levels in contrast to placebo-treated subjects. Thus, B complex supplement augmentation in the therapy of geriatric depressive disorders should be considered. Summary: Pyridoxine is required for proteins, fat and carbohydrate metabolic rate, vitamin b complex folic acidity synthesis, glandular and endocrine function. It is also required for the formation of serotonin, and dopamine, and aids in the formation of several neurotransmitters and is therefore, an essential nutrient in the regulation of mental processes and the mood. A variety of claims have been designed about the benefits of supplement B6 on numerous conditions: atherosclerosis, add, autism, alcohol withdrawal syndrome, diabetes, fibrocystic breast illness, carpal tunnel, chemotherapy, HIV patients, nephrolithiasis, osteoporosis, photosensitivity, retinopathy, and canker sores. Evidence strongly suggests that supplement B6 has a preventive effect in the progression of coronary heart. Although it did not show any effect in lowering the fasting lcd homocysteine level, supplement B6 supplementation is proven to reduce postmethionine load tHcy, which might be the purpose for its cardioprotective effect. In well done research it indicates efficacy on par with amitriptyline in the therapy of chronic headaches. Many health issues like chronic pain and depressive disorders, which are

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