If you have any kind of neurological problem such as numbness, you might ask your doctor for a prescription of methylcobalamin, or vitamin B 12. The best way to get it is to give yourself a shot.Just see if it will help your issue.
In my office, I have an article that says vitamin B12 was given some years ago for joint pain, and very successfully. Most older people have joint pain. Why not give it a try? Make sure it is the right form of B 12, methylcobalamin. And don’t forget that people often have more energy when they take the B 12 shots.
There are no negative side effects of having too much vitamin B 12 so you don’t have to worry about that. As we age, often our digestion isn’t as efficient, meaning we don’t make B 12 as well as we did when we were younger. But in this day and age, it doesn’t mean you have to live with that deficiency. You will have to get a prescription to give yourself the shots. Be persuasive! After all, we only have one body. Gotta take care of it!