The impact of excess vitamin C for those who have never consumed high doses of vitamin C are, headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, intestinal cramps, diarrhea, indigestion, fatigue, drowsiness, and irritation in the throat, to tooth decay.
Anyone who is not allowed to consume high doses of vitamin C?
1.Patients with kidney failure
With excessive consumption of vitamin C, it will aggravate kidney performance. For someone suffering from kidney failure, vitamin C will be bad. While the high dosage of vitamin C should also not be consumed by people with kidney stones.
Vitamin C is a water-soluble means making passage of urine containing vitamin C be increased than usual. Even kidney stones would be more easily formed.
2. Pregnant women
Moreover, it can also lead to insomnia. For pregnant women, should not take high doses of vitamin C in the first months of pregnancy. Because it can trigger a miscarriage of the fetus because of the pressure of progesterone.
Nonetheless, vitamin C is very good consumed by pregnant women after a period of early pregnancy. Vitamin C helps the growth of the fetal lungs to get optimal results. Of course with the correct dose consumption.
3. People with high levels of iron
For those who have high iron levels or the excess iron (hemochromatosis) should not take high doses of vitamin C because vitamin C helps the absorption of iron into the body more quickly.
How to remove excess vitamin C in the body
Eliminate excess vitamin C. This can be done with therapeutic water consumption on a regular basis and more than it should. So that the formation of urine in the kidneys are not burdened because of water absorption into the body to help the urine is less concentrated and not lumpy.
If too thick human urine as lack of water consumption, the kidney stones may form. So therapeutic drink 8 glasses of water per day is necessary. If you cannot drink plenty of water, can eat fruits that contain lots of water such as melon and watermelon. Because fruits that contain lots of water will trigger the urine formed so that excessive vitamin C in the body can be released.