Maybe you often hear this saying, finger peeling, may be a lack of some vitamins, hair loss, may need to supplement vitamins. However, vitamin B2 will even affect the sex? This view is very new. Let’s have a look at it.

1、 Vitamin family members

Vitamins are a huge family, specifically divided into ABCDE… And so on. For healthy people, of course, there is no need to understand their characteristics one by one. We just need to know: vitamins, also known as vitamins, are commonly used as life sustaining substances. Their content in the human body is very small, but indispensable.

For mothers who have just given birth, the following two vitamins need to be understood: vitamin B2 and vitamin E. let’s take a look at the importance of vitamin B2 and vitamin E for postpartum mothers.

2、 Postpartum mothers lack vitamins

During pregnancy, women’s demand for various nutrients increases. If they don’t supplement them in time, they will lack protein, calcium, zinc and B vitamins in their body after delivery. Therefore, postpartum mother’s diet is particularly particular about fruit and vegetable collocation, meat and vegetables have degree.

Vitamin B2 deficiency can damage female reproductive organs

Vitamin B2 is an important nutritional element. When the human body lacks vitamin B2, it will affect the biological oxidation of the body and cause metabolic disorders. In general, it can cause angular stomatitis, blepharitis, conjunctivitis, cheilitis, glossitis, ear and nose mucosa dryness, skin dryness and desquamation.

However, it is not well known that vitamin B2 can affect women’s sexual desire. When women lack vitamin B2 in the body, it will cause the mucosal thinning, mucosal damage and microvascular rupture of the lumen. Especially for the female reproductive organs, can cause vaginal wall dry, vaginal mucosa congestion, ulceration, directly affect the comfort of sexual life, serious cases can cause loss of libido and frigidity.

Vitamin B2 mainly exists in yeast, liver, vegetables and eggs.

Vitamin E can promote milk secretion of puerpera

Postpartum appropriate vitamin E supplementation can promote maternal milk secretion. Oral vitamin E 200 mg each time, 2-3 times a day, for 5 days, the amount of milk will increase. This may be due to vitamin E can promote the expansion of peripheral blood vessels of breast, improve blood supply, resulting in increased milk secretion.

Vitamin E mainly exists in eggs, liver, fish and vegetable oil. Postpartum can be supplemented by food. During this special period of breast-feeding, under the guidance of the doctor, appropriate vitamin supplement is not only very beneficial to the healthy growth of the baby, but also conducive to postpartum physical recovery. However, vitamins are also drugs. Targeted application can play a good role in treatment and health care, but not the more, the better. Drug abuse may be counterproductive.


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