How to Stay Healthy. We all have days when we feel absolutely exhausted or sometimes a little down in the dumps. But if you find yourself constantly catching the cold, feeling depressed more often than not, or even losing your hair, you very well might have a vitamin D deficiency! In this video, you’ll find about 10 signs that your body is severely lacking this unique vitamin. If you realize that you have at least some of these symptoms, it’s time to take immediate action!
You get sick really often. 1:55
You constantly feel tired. 2:46
You suffer from chronic backache and pain in your bones. 3:28
You suffer from bone loss. 4:08
You have skin problems. 4:45
You have problems with excess weight. 5:19
Your wounds heal too slowly. 5:48
You have hair loss. 6:21
You have depression. 6:40
You suffer from muscle pains. 7:04
Which groups of people have a higher risk of vitamin D deficiency? 8:05
Why is vitamin D so important? 8:46
Which foods are rich in vitamin D? 9:27
-In recent years, there have been several extended studies that have found a proven connection between vitamin D deficiency and infections of the respiratory tract, such as bronchitis, pneumonia, and the common cold.
-One woman suffered from headaches and chronic fatigue. When she had her blood tested, doctors saw that the level of vitamin D in her body was 5.9 nanograms per milliliter. Vitamin D supplement solved her health problems.
-People with low vitamin D levels were two times more likely to suffer from bone pain in their ribs, legs, and joints.
-Researchers found a connection between low vitamin D levels and bone loss in the 1,100 menopausal and postmenopausal women that participated in the study.
-One of the many consequences of a weakened immune system is that your skin cells may start producing more oil. Another skin problem that can result from a shortage of vitamin D in your system is psoriasis.
-Studies have shown that people who have enough vitamin D lose weight more easily.
-Vitamin D boosts the production of special compounds that are vital for the wound-healing process. These compounds are basically responsible for forming new skin.
-Severe hair loss may be caused by low levels of vitamin D, especially in women and children, as research has shown.
-65% of studies on the topic have found a connection between depression and low levels of vitamin D.
-In 2014, researchers at Bern University Hospital in Bern, Switzerland found that 71% of those who suffer from chronic muscle pain have a shortage of vitamin D.
-Adults aged 55 and older, office workers who spend most of their time indoors, people with darker complexions, people who have a high percentage of body fat are at a higher risk of developing a vitamin D deficiency.
-If you’re vitamin D deficient but you’re not aware, it will progress and can lead to some nasty problems, including: soft bones in children and misshapen bones in adults, different types of cancer, cardiovascular, autoimmune, or neuromuscular diseases.
-Fatty fish, cod liver oil, canned tuna, oysters, shrimp, mushrooms, are super rich in vitamin D.
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