Vitamin E Injection

Vitamin E is a nutrient that's important to vision, reproduction, and the health of your blood, brain and skin.  Vitamin E  also has antioxidant properties. If you take vitamin E  for its antioxidant properties, keep in mind that the supplement might not offer the same  benefits  as naturally occurring antioxidants in food. Vitamin E  is a vitamin that dissolves in fat. It is found in many foods including vegetable oils, cereals, meat, poultry, eggs, fruits, vegetables, and wheat germ oil. It is also available as a supplement. Vitamin E is used for treating vitamin E deficiency, which is rare, but can occur in people with certain genetic disorders and in very low-weight premature infants. Some people use vitamin E for treating and preventing diseases of the heart and blood vessels including hardening of the arteries,  heart attack,  chest pain, leg pain due to blocked arteries, and  high blood pressure.

Vitamin E is also used for treating diabetes and its complications. It is used for preventing cancer, particularly lung and  oral cancer  in smokers;  colorectal cancerand polyps; and gastric, prostate, and  pancreatic cancer.
Some people use vitamin E for diseases of the  brain and nervous system  including  Alzheimer's disease  and other dementias,  Parkinson's disease, night cramps,  restless leg syndrome, and for epilepsy, along with other  medications. Vitamin E is also used for  Huntington's chorea, and other disorders involving nerves and muscles.

Women use vitamin E for preventing complications in late  pregnancy  due to  high blood pressure  (pre-eclampsia),  premenstrual syndrome  (PMS), painful periods, menopausal syndrome,  hot flashes  associated with  breast cancer, and breast cysts. Sometimes vitamin E is used to lessen the harmful effects of medical treatments such as dialysis and  radiation. It is also used to reduce unwanted side effects of drugs such as  hair loss  in people taking  doxorubicin  and lung damage in people taking  amiodarone. Vitamin E is sometimes used for improving physical endurance, increasing energy, reducing muscle damage after exercise, and improving muscle strength. Vitamin E is also used for cataracts, asthma, respiratory infections, skin disorders, aging skin, sunburns,  cystic fibrosis,  infertility, impotence,  chronic fatigue syndrome(CFS),  peptic ulcers, for certain inherited diseases and to prevent allergies. Some people apply vitamin E to their skin to keep it from aging and to protect against the skin effects of chemicals used for cancer therapy (chemotherapy).
The American Heart Association recommends obtaining antioxidants, including vitamin E, by eating a well-balanced diet  high in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains rather than from  supplements  until more is known about the risks and benefits of taking  supplements.
How does it work?
Vitamin E is an important vitamin required for the proper function of many organs in the body. It is also an antioxidant. This means it helps to slow down processes that damage cells.

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