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Pyridoxine – Vitamin B6 Definition
A third of adults, half of women and people of higher age did not provide the necessary daily intake of important nutrients in sufficient quantities and therefore must be accompanied by food supplements. Vitamin B6 performs more than one hundred different reactions, many times a day. In particular, acts as a coenzyme – a substance that works in concert with enzymes – to speed up chemical reactions in cells. Another name for this vitamin is pyridoxine. In the form of a dietary supplement is available as pyridoxinhydrochlorid or pyridoxal-5-phosphate (P-5-P). Both of these forms meet all requirements, but some experts and physicians prefer the P-5-P because it is easier absorbed.
The most common application of pyridoxine
Vitamin B6 helps in the prevention of cardiovascular disease and stroke. It helps to treat depression, relieves insomnia, treating carpal tunnel syndrome, can alleviate symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, helps soothe asthma attacks.