All supplements can be hazardous in incorrect doses, and some may interact dangerously with medications already being taken.
Therefore professional advice should always be obtained before embarking on a course of vitamin supplements, if the individual is already taking a medication or is unwell physically in any way.
Taking excessive amounts of dimethylglycinecan cause agitation and/or hyperactivity. Some researchers recommend giving folic acid alongside dimethylglycineto avoid this problem.
All nutritional supplements in the wrong doses can cause harm, and can also interact dangerously with other medications being taken.
Those with hypersensitivity to any component of the preparation should not use dimethylglycine.
Dimethylglycine is not advised for pregnant women or nursing mothers and should only be used in children under medical supervision.
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