Watch Out! 7 Dangerous Signs Your Body Lacks Vitamin D
The 'sunlight vitamin' is very beneficial for our bodies. There are supplements out there that you can take to ensure your Vitamin D level is in a healthy range.
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These 7 signs indicate low vitamin levels and you can change things before it's too late.
1. Constant fatigue
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There are a lot of reasons why you may be exhausted all the time and a lack of Vitamin D is one of them. If you notice that you feel sluggish often, you may want to take a look at your diet.
2. You fall ill often
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A deficiency of Vitamin D will undoubtedly affect the strength of your immune system, causing you to get sick often and increasing your risk of contracting an infection.
3. Sweating a lot
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Another sign of a Vitamin D deficiency is that your body releases toxins underneath your skin, increasing your body temperature and causing you to sweat more than normal.
4. Back pain
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Vitamin D is very beneficial for strong bones and healthy muscles. Studies have shown a link between chronic lower back pain and a deficiency of this vitamin. Pain in other areas can also be a key indicator.
5. Feeling blue
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The best way to ensure that your feel-good hormones, like serotonin, are working just fine, is by exposing yourself to sunlight. A lack of this vitamin may manifest itself in feelings of depression and misery.
6. Hair loss
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Iron and Vitamin D deficiency can lead to hair loss. So, if you notice this symptom, be sure to consider this possibility.
7. A general feeling of weakness
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Because vitamins help keep you healthy and strong, a deficiency can leave you feeling weak. Keep in mind that ignoring this symptom puts you at risk for osteoporosis in the future.
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So, try not to stay indoors too often. Take a walk and embrace that bright light. It not only lifts your mood, it prevents a whole range of physical and physiological problems.
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