Comments on “Vitamin B6 supplements in high doses can calm anxiety, depression”

  1. krighton says:
    07/19/2022 at 1:33 PM

    But i just read where vitamins are worthless and a waste of money. Big pharma wouldnt lie to me.

  2. Steve Colmar says:
    07/19/2022 at 1:46 PM

    Could thus be why Red Bull & other B6 loaded energy drinks are so popular? I have no doubt that Vitamin B6 does something, in my case it dulls headaches and other pain, and does serve to reduce anxiety.
    At the same time I’ve seen people who consume multiple drinks per day and have no doubt that, amongst other things, kidney damage is being done.

  3. Cheryl says:
    07/19/2022 at 2:10 PM

    Including chickpea flour in your daily diet is good way to boost your Vitamin B6 levels.

  4. Sim Dominic, MD says:
    07/19/2022 at 4:25 PM

    Nonsense. This is called an active placebo. Get a high enough dose of something to see some marginal effect like your pee turning yellow or your skin tingles, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for “proof” that your medication works. This is how many pharmaceautical-backed studies work.

  5. BrainCramp says:
    07/19/2022 at 4:54 PM

    I recently ran out of vitamin B-12, so I substituded two B-6 capsules. Seems logical and mathematically correct to me. ????

  6. Gerard O'Dowd says:
    07/19/2022 at 5:45 PM

    Study design could have improved by testing and specifying pre therapy serum Vit B6 and Vit B12 serum levels in the participants of both arms of the trial compared to normal range. The results would have been more interesting if the clinical outcomes in depression scores were affected by the VitB levels prior to taking the vitamin.

  7. Bubba says:
    07/19/2022 at 7:19 PM

    Thanks for parroting the article Cheryl. Article already said that

  8. Vox Veritatis says:
    07/19/2022 at 10:43 PM

    I used to B6, before I grew up.

  9. J says:
    07/20/2022 at 8:48 AM

    P*ss off with your autostarting ads

  10. Mes Bartlett says:
    07/20/2022 at 2:58 PM

    Since this study was on a small sample scale, the findings are inconclusive and you are doing a real disservice to the public. Once laypeople read this, the whole pack will storm the health food stores and stock up on cases of vitamin B 6. You can write as many disclaimers as you do but that does not take away your disservice and misleading information to the public. The public will NOT see this as information only. They will see it as gospel truth. So plzzzzz, wait until you conduct an appropriate size sample, peer reviewed, double blind study before you even begin to think about publishing your results. The vitamin industry is sooooo happy now. They probably gave a “small” donation.????????‍♂️????. So….to all you vulnerable, anxious people out there, including me, don’t waste your money. The health food industry is no better than big pharma.


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