Can you take too much vitamin B6?



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    Large doses of vitamin B6 have been known to cause neurological problems. The recommended maximum dose is 100 mg/day.

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    Vitamin B6 can be used for a variety of reasons.  From keeping a healthy heart to carpal tunnel syndrome, B6’s benefits are vast.  However, like anything else, you can have too much of a good thing.  The upside is it would take a lot of a good thing to reach the threshold with vitamin B6.  Taking 1,000 mg for 90 days can cause side effects such as, tingling, numbness, or burning in the fingers / toes.  It is also important to note that vitamin B6 interacts with some disease / disorders and with some medications.

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