Multivitamins can be defined as combinations of vitamins, minerals and other nutritional elements. They can help us to achieve recommended intakes of essential nutrients.
Blackmores multivitamins products are used to treat, prevent and help to fill the gap of vitamin deficiency due to poor diet, certain illnesses or during pregnancy. They have essential vitamins and minerals to provide the body and mind with all round nutritional support.
Nutritional insurance can be achieved by daily supplementation with a broad range of vitamins which help to provide an optimum intake for the maintenance of good health. Thus it mainly helps supplement an unbalanced diet.
Blackmores has formulated multivitamins specifically to meet the needs of men, women, teenage girls and guys, people over 50s and keen exercisers.
How to use multivitamin oral
Usually multivitamin taken by mouth once daily or as directed. Follow all directions on the product package or take as prescribed by our doctor.
In order to get the most benefit from it, Blackmores multivitamins need to be taken regularly. Take it at the same time each day to help us remember..
How should we take multivitamins?
Use exactly as directed on the label or as directed by our doctor. Don’t take more than the recommended dose of a multivitamin. Avoid taking more than one multivitamin at the same time unless the doctor tells us to and avoid taking similar vitamin products together because it can cause vitamin overdose or serious side effects.
Some multivitamin products contain minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. All of these minerals, if taken in large doses can cause side effects such as tooth staining, polyuria, stomach bleeding, abnormal heart rate, confusion and muscle weakness.
Avoid the regular use of salt substitutes in your diet if our multivitamin contains potassium. If we are on a low-salt diet, ask our doctor before taking a vitamin or mineral supplement. Please bear in mind that calcium may make it harder for the body to absorb certain ingredients of the multivitamin. Thus try to avoid taking multivitamins with milk, calcium supplements or antacids that contain calcium.
Seek emergency medical attention immediately if used too much of multivitamins.
Before taking this medicine
Before using multivitamins, tell the doctor about all medical conditions and allergies. For pregnant and breastfeeding women, ask a doctor before using multivitamin. Some vitamins and minerals, if taken in large doses can harm an unborn baby. Pregnant women may need to use a prenatal vitamin specially formulated for pregnant women.