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Old 08-14-2013, 09:02 PM   #8
jdmalm123
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This year I have been progressively adding B-vitamins (based on blood work) as well as taking them more consistently. It's a break out year for me in the gym, so I attribute some of that success (recovery) to the supplements.

However, B-vitamins make me hot and hyperhydrotic. Since I'm already a hot sleeper, I would hesitate to take them at night as I would expect them to disrupt my sleep more. Hence, I take them in the morning.
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