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kjones02;52253 wrote: I have not posted in quite awhile, but I need to. I have kept reading and looking up information everyday though on the forum. I have more reading and research to do into this, but my question is about b12. I know my brain fog and nervousness came more about in high school, when I got my braces (still have permanent wire on back of bottom teeth for fear of my teeth moving, but come on, it has been 15 years now). Should I look into getting it removed? Also, this b complex gives me energy, but I notice it makes me very jittery at times, can make me anxious or work great, and I only take 1 capsule; have tried 1/2 capsule. Any advice? I know I need folate and b12 though!!

http://www.iherb.com/Country-Life-Gluten-Free-Coenzyme-B-Complex-Advanced-60-Veggie-Caps/49067

As far as the wire is concerned, do your own risk/benefit analysis. Couldnt that always be added back down the road?

Methyl supplements, especially too much-too soon (or just too much), not in proper balance (folate & b12), started during a time of inflammation, or in those with certain other snp’s can cause anxiety. That looks like a good supplement to take alone if you primarily have just a mthfr mutation. Demand for potassium surges when taking methyl supplements and the resulting deficiency can cause anxiety.