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Could my symptoms be related to high vitamines B6 levels

My B6 levels are twice higher than the upper limit even so I'm not taking any supplement.
I'm suffering from the following symptoms:
Tingling and burning sensations in harms and legs, eyes and nose. Pain in the legs to the point I can't sometime walk. Nausea,  loss of appetite,  dizziness, extreme weakness, irregular heartbeats, hot flushes followed by intense cold feelings. Shivering. Sweating. Anxiety, irritated, sensitivity to noises and odors.

All above symptoms are stronger in the morning and are lower in the late afternoon, early evening.

I'm a 69 years old female
I'm taking 100mcg of tyrosine daily and my Cortisol levels are very low.

Can the above symptoms be caused by other disease than high vitamin B6 levels?
Also what can I do to lower my B6 levels?
Thank for helping.
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