Vitamins, essential fats, energy, proteins and minerals All of which provides a balanced and healthy diet.
The nutrients, how our body grows and works.
A particularly important factor for our well-being Vitamin is D. Because it helps the body, among other things, in absorbing calcium and promotes bone growth.
The hormone you take but not just about the food, but especially over sun light – approximately 80 to 90 percent are formed by the body when UVB radiation on the skin.
In the dark autumn and winter months, so it is not rare to have a Vitamin D deficiency, because the few sun light is not sufficient to form the necessary amounts of Vitamin D.
These symptoms may be the first signs of a Vitamin D deficiency.
1. Common Diseases
The immune system protects organisms the body from disease and viruses.
A Vitamin D deficiency, however, has a negative impact on the immune system, because Vitamin D, and the cells interact, forming the immune system.
Colds, flu, fever, allergies, Asthma, and eczema are just a few of the more than 80 diseases that can be caused by problems with the immune function.
Studies have shown that there is a connection between Vitamin D deficiency and fatigue, especially in women.
The reason: Vitamin D boosts energy levels and keeps active for a long time. It suffers so in the middle of the day under exhaustion, it could be a sign of a deficiency.
3. Weak Bones
A further indication that the level of Vitamin D in the blood is too low, weak bones.
Because a sufficient amount of Vitamin D helps the body build strong bones and maintain their health.
Why is it so important? Calcium and vitamin deficiency can cause bone damage. Weak bones increase the risk of fractures and other injuries.
4. Hair loss
Hair breakage and hair loss are often attributed to Stress. But other factors can cause damage to the hair.
A lack of Vitamin D can lead to have been proven to have strong hair loss.
A study has shown that it could even be a connection between Vitamin D deficiency and the autoimmune disease alopecia. Ill suffer from very strong hair loss.
5. Slow Wound Healing
The body has self-healing mechanisms, which help the health in case of illness, to recover and wounds to close quickly.
If even small injuries heal extremely slowly, this can indicate a Vitamin D deficiency.
Vitamin D plays an important role in fighting infections and inflammation for quick healing.
Insufficient amounts of Vitamin D can lead to impaired healing and in the worst case, even ensure that the healing process is completely stopped.
6. Extreme Muscle Pain
It is not easy to determine what muscle pain is exactly caused.
A study suggests that extreme muscle pain could be a sign of Vitamin D deficiency. A deficiency can cause, therefore, muscle weakness and muscle pain in adults and children.
There is apparently also a connection between chronic muscle pain and low Vitamin D levels, the study the researchers at the time even more precisely.
Important note: The information in this article contains only General information. For the diagnosis of a health problem we recommend visiting by trained and recognised Physicians.
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