Nicotinamide 200 mg JENAPHARM ® niacin, vitamin B3 tablets
Active substance: nicotinamide.
Areas of application: Nicotinamide 200 mg JENAPHARM is a vitamin preparation and is used in the treatment of clinical nicotinamide deficiency states in the event of malnutrition and malnutrition as well as increased requirements.
For NICOTINAMIDE 200 mg niacin, vitamin B3 risks and side effects, read the leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
axicorp Pharma GmbH, 61381 Friedrichsdorf.
Active NICOTINAMIDE 200 mg niacin, vitamin B3 ingredient:
nicotinamide, the active ingredient in nicotinamide 200 mg Jenapharm, is often also called niacin or vitamin B3.
Areas NICOTINAMIDE 200 mg niacin, vitamin B3 of application:
For the treatment of clinical nicotinamide deficiencies in malnutrition and malnutrition. as well as in case of increased demand.
Things worth knowing about nicotinamide, NICOTINAMIDE 200 mg niacin, vitamin B3
Nicotinamide is a water-soluble vitamin from the vitamin B group. It is required for numerous metabolic processes in the body and contributes to normal energy metabolism and is involved in the formation and breakdown of carbohydrates, amino acids and fatty acids. In addition, it contributes to a normal function of the nervous system, mental function, normal mucous membranes + skin.
A nicotinamide deficiency can B are caused by a long-term unbalanced diet, but certain diseases can also be associated with a nicotinamide deficiency. These include, for example, alcoholism, anorexia, chronic diarrheal diseases or cirrhosis of the liver.
Fish (anchovies, tuna, salmon) and meat as well as offal have a particularly high content. But mung beans, peanuts and mushrooms also have a high content.
Your Nicotinamide axicur 200 mg tablets Advantages at a glance:
• German production
• Available in two pack sizes
• Supports nicotinamide deficiency as well as increased need
Interesting facts about nicotinamide and the deficiency symptoms Nicotinamide is the amide of nicotinic acid (niacin, vitamin B3) and is a water-soluble vitamin. It plays an important role in the body through its involvement in many enzymatic processes. Nicotinamide is involved in the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
Nicotinamide deficiency can e.g. B. caused by a long-term unbalanced diet, but certain illnesses can also be associated with a nicotinamide deficiency.
These include, for example:
• Chronic diarrheal diseases
• Hartnup's disease (metabolic disease) or even
• Liver diseases
Nicotinamide deficiency symptoms can include:
• Skin inflammation
• Tiredness and weakness
• Inflammation of the tongue
• Inflammation of the nerves
• Inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract
• Dry mouth and Burning in the mouth
• Depressed mood and irritability
A nicotinamide deficiency is often accompanied by a deficiency of other B vitamins and can be checked, for example, with a blood test. Please speak to your doctor or pharmacist about this.