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I began taking B12 1000mcg daily. I began again with the app insight timer. Mostly meditation and breath work which decreases the fight flight fear fawn nervous system responses. Spending more time in the quiet sitting outside and walking our dogs. Working on decluttering. Resumed therapy for my ptsd. I began in 12/23 stopped for 8 weeks due to extreme schedule. I anticipate to remain in therapy for the remainder of my life.
 
Experimenting with changes in diet/supplements can have good results, but sometimes they are subtle. It's good to keep track of things in a seizure diary to have a record over time to evaluate the results.

What type of B12 are you taking? Sublingual liquid?
 
I am taking a tablet form of B12. I have been using the seer app for seizure forecasting and records of other important things. Is liquid Sublingual B12 better? I just started the B!2
 
Good for you. I’m trying to make small changes. Less TV for one thing.

“What lies in our power to do, lies in our power not to do.” – Aristotle
 
I like the quote you shared. Very true. Much lies in our power and I like to focus on things I control and can change.
 
... Is liquid Sublingual B12 better? ...

I don't know if "better" is the right word, but supposedly, the body absorbs it better as a sublingual tincture. I don't know if it really matters or not to be honest. As long as you are taking a dedicated B12 supplement and not a B complex that includes B3, B6, etc. you will probably get what you need from it.
 
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