UltraMaxx Energy Drink did you get a Niacin Flush (Nicotinic Acid) seems like a rash?

Last Updated on March 7, 2016 by Katie Sisel Distributor

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Niacin Flush (Nicotinic Acid) seems like a rash?

Please help I took Ultramaxx on an empty stomach broke out in a rash what is the cause?

Picture of a Niacin Flush

Picture of a Niacin Flush

Tom Mower:

“The niacin dilates blood vessel, helps to open up constrictions, is fantastic for those having migraines especially as they are coming on, is very influential in the rebuilding of telomere units for age reversal, great for cholesterol issue, eyes, energizing cellular activity, and supporting increasing oxygenation along with a corresponding energy surge. Some may get a rash especially at first, many do and many do not but after using it for a while…guess why…

I believe the cardiovascular system has become more pliable which is a really great thing to have happen. Ultramaxx is much more than an energy drink as you can see.

I got an initial flush, now do not but it some put me to where I am much more alert and feeling great without a caffeine kick as other energy products base their formulations on.

Perhaps we should alert people there may be a flush.

That is a good suggestion but the redness is from increased blood flow through the capillaries which with age especially become constricted and harden. Consider the possibilities if just the opposite happened for your health..and then the telomeres, oh yes the telomeres, add some TSX and where are you….going backward in biological time and that really feels good.”

 

Don’t be Afraid of the Niacin Flush – Online Holistic Health

www.onlineholistichealth.com/the-niacinflush/

Niacin (Vitamin B3) is vital for over 50 different processes in our body and is an essential vitamin for human health mainly due to its many enzymatic functions.  For more information see Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

Niacin, even at high doses is safe. However, at a higher dose there is a common, but harmless, side-effect known as the “Niacin Flush.”  The skin becomes red, warm and is often accompanied by a burning sensation and occasionally some itching. If may feel as though you have a sunburn.

It is best to begin by taking Vitamin B3 (Niacin) in lower dosages at first, and slowly build up over time.

Most people find that starting with 50 mg once per day for a week, then twice a day for another week before progressing to 100 mg, is a comfortable way to go.

You could then repeat the progression with 100 mg, 150 mg, 200 mg, etc.

The Niacin Flush usually begins on your scalp, face, and Ears.

You will feel a slight burning sensation, and your face may turn “reddish” in color or “splotchy”. Slowly, this sensation, along with the discoloration, may move down your body, usually stopping at your chest and arms. However, if you take too large of a dose too soon, it may flush your entire body.

Again, even if the flushing is extreme, though uncomfortable, it will go away and is harmless.

The duration of the flushing depends on the severity of the flushing, but usually lasts from ten minutes to thirty minutes — but could last for an hour or two in some cases.

Drinking extra water helps reduce the Niacin flush sensation.
Make sure that the water you are drinking is filtered and not tap water. Besides reducing the sensation, the added water aids in the cleansing toxins from the body (see Niacin and Detox). So, you don’t want to add more toxins to your body by drinking tap water.

 The Flushing Effect Resolves Over Time

Your body does “get use to” a specific dose of niacin over time. So at some point, the Niacin flush will no longer happen as it once did. For example, in about a week, your body will “get use to” 50 mg once per day, and you will no longer experience a flushing.

Keep in mind, that each time you increase the dose, expect the Niacin flush to start again.

Some advocates of niacin say taking an aspirin thirty minutes or so before taking the niacin also helps to reduce the flushing effect. Although this does seem to be effective, I would not recommend this practice. Getting in the habit of eating food before taking the niacin is much healthier along with plenty of water.

Remember, that with some health conditions, it is the “flush” that is a desired effect, so Extended Release Niacin is not effective.

– See more at: http://www.onlineholistichealth.com/the-niacin-flush/#sthash.3oD34Auf.dpuf

More Articles About Niacin Flush

The Many Benefits of Niacin – Dr. David Williams

http://www.drdavidwilliams.com/niacin-benefits/

Niacin has a unique characteristic. If you haven’t experienced it personally, you’ve probably heard about the “flushniacin can cause. As little as 50 mg of niacin …

Niacin: The facts on flushing

http://www.dpic.org/article/professional/niacin-facts-flushing

Usually, they are quite concerned about an “allergic” reaction to the vitamin. Here are some commonly asked questions and answers about flushing from niacin:.

Niacin Saturation and the Flush – DoctorYourself.com

http://www.doctoryourself.com/niacin.html

Yet another feature of niacin is that it dilates blood vessels and creates a sensation of warmth, called a “niacin flush.” This is often accompanied with a blushing …

Niacin (Vitamin B3) Uses, Effects (Niacin Flush), and More

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-and-supplements/lifestyle-guide-11/supplement-guide-niacin?page=2

Having enough niacin — or vitamin B3 — is important for good health. As a treatment, higher amounts of niacin can improve cholesterol levels and lower …

 

 

 

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