Anyone else dizzy on High Dose Biotin?
My neurologist suggested looking into high dose biotin to reverse M.S. I've been doing great on a nutritional diet only, similar to the Whal's Protocol, avoiding processed foods, eating nearly all fruits and veggies, with sides of meat, fish, seafood. Been on high dose biotin for 6 month's now? Not really seeing anything jump out at me improvement wise, but I know not to expect antacid quick results. I've also stopped the medical cannabis I use with great results for fatigue and evening dyesthesia (burning feet), because of dizziness. Yeah, you're doing that weed stupid! No, it's not that. Been off that for some time now, coping with the pain and fatigue again until I get this figured out. Did some research. I'm on no meds. No cannabis. Only vitamins. Blood Pressure is perfect. Low but not too low. 112/67 Not deficient in vitamin B, take it every day. Then I find a whole study ehealthme.com/ds/biotin/diz... which lists people who have dizziness from biotin and the time till onset. I'm a little confused by the report. Does it go away? Looks like it goes away after about a year? Then comes back again? And then goes away again? I'm in the 50-59 age range, with MS, but that really doesn't matter. Could be that people either quit taking it, get used to it, or simply stop reporting it? It's not horrible, but not pleasant either. When balance is an issue to start with....Anyone?