There is evidence of the need to take vitamin E to the diet for pregnant women and newborn children (and this is especially true for premature babies).
Vitamin E is effective in older people suffering from circulatory disturbances, especially of intermittent claudication (peripheral arterial disease, with symptoms of walkin pain, cold feeling, numbness of extremities, fatigue, etc.).
Vitamin E is added if there is an increased risk of suffering from various neurological disorders. In this case, vitamin E is added for preventive purposes.
This vitamin has a role in slowing down, and even stop the progression of Parkinson's disease (characterized by trembling, muscle tissue).
In epileptic children was observed low levels of vitamin E, and therefore is resorted to adding vitamin E in their food.