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Hii Dr. I'm 37 years old having thyroid but under control. I suffering from constipation for 20 day. please advice some medicine. Thanks.
Hi I am having severe headache frm from two days tried some balms jels and all but no use. Will you please help me to get out from this problem.
I am having problems on my skin I think it looks like psoriasis. What should I do? Can you suggest me some medicines?
My name is ramesh am 26 years old. Suffering from fvr nd loose motions every 2 months repeated so pls advice sir.
I am 28 male I am suffering erection problem on sex I used silajith, muslipak, ashwagandhadi type of products but no use sir please advise me which types of product is best for erection problem.
My mom is 40years old and suffering with severe cold sinus and sometimes she feels the heavy pain inside the nose and through pain and even she is having having dust allergy so that migraine also attacked.
Vitamin d is important for bones, muscles and overall health. It is made in our bodies through a series of processes that start when our skin is exposed to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
Here are some tips to help you get enough vitamin d.
Take a balanced approach to sun exposure. Uv radiation from the sun is the best natural source of vitamin d, but too much sun exposure can increase your risk of skin cancer.
Speak to your doctor if you are at risk of low vitamin d. You might be at risk of low vitamin d if you have naturally very dark skin, get little or no sun exposure, have a medical condition that affects vitamin d metabolism or take certain medications (for example, those that increase the breakdown of vitamin d). Breastfed babies who fall into the above categories, or have mothers with low vitamin d, can also be at risk.
Exercise daily. Regular exercise assists with production of vitamin d.
Eat enough calcium. Vitamin d and calcium work together to make your bones strong. Make sure you get enough calcium by including a selection of dairy products, leafy vegetables, fish, tofu, brazil nuts and almonds in your diet.
Eat foods rich in vitamin d. Good sources include eggs, liver, and fatty fish such as mackerel, herring, and salmon. Some margarine and low-fat milk have added vitamin d. Food, however, only makes a small contribution (approximately 10 percent) to the body's overall vitamin d levels and it is difficult to get enough vitamin d from diet alone.
Speak to your doctor before taking supplements. Vitamin d supplements may be helpful for some people, but you should speak with your doctor first and take them strictly as directed.