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Why Should a Man Use Alpha Lipoic Acid?

Dr. Vinod Raina 89% (5866 ratings)
MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Why Should a Man Use Alpha Lipoic Acid?

Why a Man Should Use Alpha Lipoic Acid?

When a man is interested in good penis care, he will often reach for appropriate cleansers, moisturizers and a good penis health crème. But before he chooses any old crème on the shelf, he needs to look closely at the ingredients to ensure they really are what his penis needs. One of those must-have ingredients is alpha lipoic acid, an antioxidant that is crucial for keeping a healthy penis in great shape.

Understanding alpha lipoic acid

Alpha lipoic acid is an amino acid. Amino acids serve as "building blocks" for protein; this particular one works by helping the body convert glucose into energy. The body then uses that energy to run during day-to-day life. In addition to creating more energy in the body, alpha lipoic acid works to improve the immune system, which in turn helps the body fight off disease.

In most cases, humans get their amino acids from a variety of fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and meats. However, sometimes extra supplements are necessary. In the case of alpha lipoic acid (and similar amino acids), humans can take supplements that provide more inside the body, as well as use a good crème that contains the ingredient for application on the outside of the body.

In addition, alpha lipoic acid is an antioxidant that contributes to a healthy penis. How? By fighting off the free radicals that invade the body. These free radicals are basically rogue cells that turn against the body, leading to signs of aging and sometimes to more serious considerations, such as cancer.

Other benefits of alpha lipoic acid

When it comes to maintaining a healthy penis, there are a few traits that alpha lipoic acid imparts to a good penis health crème that cannot be overstated:

1) Eradicating free radicals. As mentioned earlier, not only does this amino acid serve to help the body fight disease, it also serves as an antioxidant that attacks free radicals and prevents them from leading to further damage. When it comes to the penis, this means more supple skin, a smoother appearance, fewer wrinkles and better overall penis health.

2) Preventing scar tissue. Over time, small traumas to the penis can lead to something known as Peyronie's disease, an abnormal curvature of the penis. This happens because scar tissue that forms at the spot of the trauma will harden over time, creating a situation in which the rest of the penis can expand during an erection, but the scarred areas cannot. Alpha lipoic acid is great at keeping scar tissue softer than it would be otherwise, which can lead to less of a curvature of the penis.

3) Enhancing libido. When there is plenty alpha lipoic acid in the body, a man is much more lively and full of energy. That translates into the bedroom, where he is more likely to want to get it on with a partner rather than go to bed early. Men who use this amino acid have reported a higher libido and longer staying power, which is great for everybody involved.

Men who worry about their penis health will be pleased to learn that it's easy to find alpha lipoic acid - just reach for a top-notch penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Any crème worth its salt will have this antioxidant as an ingredient. It also helps if it has vitamin A for odor control, vitamin B5 for better skin health and Shea butter and vitamin E for suppleness and softness. A man can't go wrong by reading the label and understanding what's in the health crème, including alpha lipoic acid and other important amino acids that keep a busy penis working at its best.

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Why Should a Man Use Alpha Lipoic Acid?

Dr. Vinod Raina 89% (5866 ratings)
MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Why Should a Man Use Alpha Lipoic Acid?

Why Should a Man Use Alpha Lipoic Acid?

When a man is interested in good penis care, he will often reach for appropriate cleansers, moisturizers and a good penis health crème. But before he chooses any old crème on the shelf, he needs to look closely at the ingredients to ensure they really are what his penis needs. One of those must-have ingredients is alpha lipoic acid, an antioxidant that is crucial for keeping a healthy penis in great shape.

Understanding alpha lipoic acid

Alpha lipoic acid is an amino acid. Amino acids serve as "building blocks" for protein; this particular one works by helping the body convert glucose into energy. The body then uses that energy to run during day-to-day life. In addition to creating more energy in the body, alpha lipoic acid works to improve the immune system, which in turn helps the body fight off disease.

In most cases, humans get their amino acids from a variety of fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and meats. However, sometimes extra supplements are necessary. In the case of alpha lipoic acid (and similar amino acids), humans can take supplements that provide more inside the body, as well as use a good crème that contains the ingredient for application on the outside of the body.

In addition, alpha lipoic acid is an antioxidant that contributes to a healthy penis. How? By fighting off the free radicals that invade the body. These free radicals are basically rogue cells that turn against the body, leading to signs of aging and sometimes to more serious considerations, such as cancer.

Other benefits of alpha lipoic acid

When it comes to maintaining a healthy penis, there are a few traits that alpha lipoic acid imparts to a good penis health crème that cannot be overstated:

1) Eradicating free radicals. As mentioned earlier, not only does this amino acid serve to help the body fight disease, it also serves as an antioxidant that attacks free radicals and prevents them from leading to further damage. When it comes to the penis, this means more supple skin, a smoother appearance, fewer wrinkles and better overall penis health.

2) Preventing scar tissue. Over time, small traumas to the penis can lead to something known as Peyronie's disease, an abnormal curvature of the penis. This happens because scar tissue that forms at the spot of the trauma will harden over time, creating a situation in which the rest of the penis can expand during an erection, but the scarred areas cannot. Alpha lipoic acid is great at keeping scar tissue softer than it would be otherwise, which can lead to less of a curvature of the penis.

3) Enhancing libido. When there is plenty alpha lipoic acid in the body, a man is much more lively and full of energy. That translates into the bedroom, where he is more likely to want to get it on with a partner rather than go to bed early. Men who use this amino acid have reported a higher libido and longer staying power, which is great for everybody involved.

Men who worry about their penis health will be pleased to learn that it's easy to find alpha lipoic acid - just reach for a top-notch penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Any crème worth its salt will have this antioxidant as an ingredient. It also helps if it has vitamin A for odor control, vitamin B5 for better skin health and Shea butter and vitamin E for suppleness and softness. A man can't go wrong by reading the label and understanding what's in the health crème, including alpha lipoic acid and other important amino acids that keep a busy penis working at its best.

Vitamin Deficiency

Dr. Paramjeet Singh 90% (1400 ratings)
MBBS, Dip.Cardiology, Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology(FICC), Fellowship in Echocardiology
Cardiologist, Ghaziabad
Vitamin Deficiency
  •  Kindly do check your seerum vitamin b 12 level and vitamin d level its very important to check it every year or twice a year, there are so many psycho somatic symptoms related to these vitamin deficiency and we don't get these through our diet properly. Mind it lower range of vitamins (just above normal value) is considered as deficiency, means if your value of vit b comes at 200 m mo (value ranges from 150- 1000 m mol) then this 200 is considered as deficiency of vit b 12. Symptoms of these may ranges from tingling and numbness of limbs, pain in limbs, general lethargy, cracks and soreness on tongue, gastritis, constipation, worsening of skin problems then after few months you may develop severe anxiety (palpitation of heart and restlessness, lack of interest in any work) without any cause sleep disturbances and depression and lastly you may develop paraesthesis (numbness of limbs) and then paraplegia (blockage of limb movements).
  •  So little ignorance may leads to cascade of symptoms so kindly do check these duo vit specially for your children's and elderly they are more and more prone to develop deficiency of duo (elderly means, now a days above 35)
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Vitamin D Deficiency

Dr. Vishwanath B L 92% (99 ratings)
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
General Physician, Bangalore
Vitamin D Deficiency

3 ways to overcome vitamin d deficiency

Do you frequently feel tired or fatigued in spite of having the habit of exercising, working out in the gym, a proper sleep regimen and good diet?
If yes you might have vitamin d deficiency.

65-70% indians are vitamin d deficient.

Vitamin d's one of the most important roles is to keep your immune system strong, which in turn ensures the body is able to fight off the viruses and bacteria that cause illness. Low vitamin d levels may be a contributing factor, if you are falling sick often, especially with cold, flu and other respiratory tract infections.

Deficiency of vitamin d can also cause chronic fatigue, back pain, depression, impaired wound healing i. E slower recovery and bone loss 
Chronic vitamin d deficiency can also leads to overweight and insulin resistance -diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancers.

Here are 3 ways to overcome vitamin d deficiency

1. Sunlight 

20-30 minutes of sunlight can produce enough vitamin d to last for even a week. But in the city life getting sun kissed is not frequent activity. It will be good to take your workouts outdoors at twice a week or yoga on roof top, you could also cycle for 15 or 20 mins during your weekend leisure hours, if you have a balcony make it a habit to enjoy your tea or evening snacks in the balcony.
Uv light is strongest between 10 a. M. And 3 p. M. Avoid sunlight exposure at this time.

2. Have diet rich in vitamin d

Include salmon or egg yolk (dont discard yellow part of egg) or yogurt or raw cheese and mushrooms in your diet for sufficient vitamin d.
Sunflower seeds are also good source of vitamin d.

3. Vitamin d supplements

They are the fastest way to enhance vitamin d levels in the bloodstream, but it is advisable to consume only in consultation with a doctor to ensure you are choosing the right product and the correct daily dose recommendation. 

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Vitamin and Trace Element Deficiencies

Dr. Pranali 88% (166 ratings)
Homeopath,
Vitamin and Trace Element Deficiencies

Vitamin and trace element deficiencies 

Fat soluble vitamins 

Vitamin a (retinol)

• Found in dairy produce, eggs, fish oils, and liver.

• Deficiency causes night blindness, xerophthalmia, keratomalacia (corneal thickening) and follicular hyperkeratosis.


Vitamin d (cholecalciferol)

• Found in fish liver oils, dairy produce, and undergoes metabolism at the kidneys and the skin using uv light.

• Deficiency causes rickets (in children) and osteomalacia (in adults). Proximal muscle weakness may be evident. 


Vitamin e (alpha-tocopherol)

• Widely distributed, green vegetables, and vegetable oils.

• Deficiency causes hemolytic anemia (premature infants) and gross ataxia. 

Vitamin k (k 1 = phylloquinine k 2 = menaquinone)

• Widely distributed but particularly in green vegetables. Synthesized by intestinal bacteria.

• Deficiency causes coagulation defects seen as easy bruising and hemorrhage.


Water soluble vitamins 
Vitamin b 1 (thiamine)

• Found in cereals, peas, beans, yeast, and whole-wheat fl our. It is an essential factor in carbohydrate metabolism and transketolation reactions.

• Deficiency causes dry beri-beri (sensory and motor peripheral neuropathy), wet beri-beri (high output cardiac failure and edema), wernicke–korsakoff syndrome. 


Vitamin b 2 (ribofl avin)

• Found in whole-wheat flour, meat, fish, and dairy produce. It is a coenzyme in reversible electron carriage in oxidation–reduction reactions.

• Deficiency gives angular stomatitis (fissuring and inflammation at the corners of the mouth), inflamed oral mucous membranes, seborrhoeic dermatitis, and peripheral neuropatmhy. Drugs (e. G, isoniazid, hydralazine, penicillamine) and is also seen in alcoholism and pregnancy

Vitamin b 12 (cyanocobalamin)

• Causes of a deficiency are numerous and include partial or total gastrectomy, crohn’s disease, ileal resection, jejunal diverticulae, blind loop syndrome, and tapeworm.

• Deficiency causes megaloblastic anemia, peripheral neuropathy, subacute combined degeneration of the spinal cord depression, psychosis, and opticatrophy. 

Vitamin b 9 (folic acid)

• Deficiency can be caused by poor diet, malabsorption states, coeliac disease, crohn’s disease, gastrectomy, drugs (e. G, methotrexate, phenytoin), excessive utilization (E.G, leukemia, malignancy, inflammatory disease).

• Consequences of deficiency include megaloblastic anemia, and glossitis. 

Vitamin c (ascorbic acid) 

Deficiency causes scurvy (perifoillicular haemorrhage, bleeding swollen gums, spontaneous bruising, corkscrew hair, failure of wound healing), anemia, and osteoporosis. Trace elements Copper

• Deficiency results in hypochromic and microcytic anemia, wilson’s disease, impaired bone mineralization, menks’ kinky hair syndrome (growth failure, mental defi ciency, bone lesions, brittle hair, anemia).

• Usually caused by copper malabsorption. 

Zinc deficiency causes achondromatosis enterpathica (infants develop growth retardation, hair loss, severe diarrhea, candida and bacterial infections), impaired wound healing, skin ulcers, alopecia, night blindness, confusion, apathy, and depression. 

 Magnesium severe deficiency can cause cardiac arrhythmias, paraesthesia and tetany. Iodine severe deficiency can cause cretinism (children), hypothyroidism, and goiter. 

Vitamin b 3 (niacin)

• Found in fish, liver, nuts, and whole-wheat flour.

• Deficiency causes pellagra): dermatitis, diarrhea, dementia. 

Vitamin b 6 (pyridoxine)

• Widespread distribution, also synthesized from tryptophan.

• Deficiency causes peripheral neuropathy, convulsions, and sideroblastic anemia. Deficiency may be provoked by a number of commonly used.

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Vitamin D Deficiency .

Dr. Vandana 90% (87 ratings)
MD - PHYSCIAN
General Physician, Delhi

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.

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How To Overcome Vitamin D Deficiency?

Dr. Aaditya D Kashikar 85% (10 ratings)
DNB (Orthopedics), Fellowship In Spine Surgery, Mumbai, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Clinical Fellowship in Spine Surgery
Orthopedist, Thane
How To Overcome Vitamin D Deficiency?

Are you aware of the importance of vitamin D in your body, and why you should keep away from vitamin D deficiency? Vitamin D, referred to as the sunshine vitamin, is produced by your body in response to your skin’s exposure to sunlight. It is found naturally in certain food items such as egg yolks, fish liver oils, and fish. Vitamin D is essential for strong bones as it helps your body in using calcium from your diet.

Causes of vitamin D deficiency

There are various reasons that lead to vitamin D deficiency. The most common ones are as follows:

  1. It happens when you are a vegan and do not consume any animal-based products, as it is common in foods like fish, egg yolks, beef liver, and fortified milk.
  2. You have limited exposure to sunlight, in such a case your body fails to make required vitamin D
  3. If you spend a lot of time indoors or live in the northern latitudes, or wear robes and covering as part of religious requirements, you may become vitamin D deficient.
  4. In case you have dark skin, as a pigment known as melanin reduces your skin’s ability to make vitamin D based on your exposure to sunlight.
  5. Aged adults having a dark skin tone are more likely to suffer from vitamin D deficiency.

Symptoms

• The primary symptoms of vitamin D deficiency include muscle weakness and pain in the bones.
• In some people, the symptoms are not prominent.

Management of vitamin D deficiency

  • The treatment of vitamin D deficiency aims at getting more vitamin D via diet and health supplements.
  • Usually, there is no consensus about vitamin D levels that are required for optimal health, and it depends on a person’s health condition or age.
  • The recommended dietary allowance of vitamin D is stated to be 600 international units for all people within the age of 70.
  • For people above the age of 70, the allowance is stated to be 800 international units.
  • It is also possible for a doctor to prescribe over 4000 international units for correcting vitamin D deficiency.

It is recommended for you to consult a doctor regarding vitamin D deficiency in case you do not spend enough time in the sun, or when you always cover your skin by applying sunscreen, which restricts the production of vitamin D. You may need to take vitamin D supplements, as prescribed by the doctor.

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency Anemia

Dr. Ramakanth Reddy 94% (157 ratings)
MBBS, Diploma In Child Health
Pediatrician, Hyderabad
Vitamin B12 Deficiency Anemia

Vitamin B12 Deficiency Anemia

What is vitamin B12 deficiency anemia?

Vitamin B12 deficiency anemia is a condition in which your body does not have enough healthy red blood cells, due to a lack (deficiency) of vitamin B12. This vitamin is needed to make red blood cells, which carry oxygen to all parts of your body. Without enough red blood cells, your tissues and organs don’t get enough oxygen. Without enough oxygen, your body can’t work as well.

Folic acid, also called folate, is another B vitamin. Anemias caused by a lack of vitamin B12 or a lack of folate are 2 types of megaloblastic anemia. With these types of anemia, the red blood cells don’t develop normally. They are very large. And they are shaped like an oval, not round like healthy red blood cells. This causes the bone marrow to make fewer red blood cells. In some cases the red blood cells die sooner than normal.

What causes vitamin B12 deficiency anemia?

Vitamin B12 deficiency anemia is more common in people whose families come from northern Europe. It is caused by one of the following:

  • Lack of intrinsic factor. Intrinsic factor is a protein made in the stomach. It is needed to absorb vitamin B12. This type of B12 deficiency anemia is called pernicious anemia.
  • Surgery that removes or bypasses the end of the small intestine. This part of the small intestine is where vitamin B12 is absorbed.

The inability to make intrinsic factor may be caused by several things, such as:

  • Chronic gastritis
  • Surgery to remove all or part of the stomach (gastrectomy)
  • An autoimmune condition, where the body attacks its own tissues

Other types of megaloblastic anemia may be linked with type 1 diabetes, thyroid disease, and a family history of the disease.

The inability to make intrinsic factor may be the result of several factors, such as chronic gastritis, gastrectomy (removal of all or part of the stomach), or an autoimmune condition (the body attacks its own tissues). Other types of megaloblastic anemia may be associated with type 1 diabetes, thyroid disease, and a family history of the disease.

Who is at risk for vitamin B12 deficiency anemia?

Risk factors for vitamin B12 deficiency anemia include:

  • A family history of the disease
  • Having part or all of your stomach or intestine removed
  • Autoimmune diseases, including type 1 diabetes
  • Crohn's disease
  • HIV
  • Some medicines
  • Strict vegetarian diets
  • Being an older adult

What are the symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency anemia?

Each person’s symptoms may vary. Symptoms may include:

The symptoms of megaloblastic anemia may look like other blood conditions or health problems. Always see your healthcare provider for a diagnosis.

How is vitamin B12 deficiency anemia diagnosed?

This type of anemia is usually found during a medical exam through a routine blood test. Your healthcare provider will take your medical history and give you a physical exam.

Your provider may give you additional blood tests. You may also have other evaluation procedures, such as a bone marrow biopsy.

How is vitamin B12 deficiency anemia treated?

Your healthcare provider will figure out the best treatment for you based on:

  • How old you are
  • Your overall health and medical history
  • How sick you are
  • How well you handle certain medicines, treatments, or therapies
  • If your condition is expected to get worse
  • Your opinion or preference

Vitamin B12 deficiency anemia and folate deficiency anemia often occur together and can be hard to tell apart. Treatment may include vitamin B12 shots (injections) and folic acid pills.

Foods that are rich in folic acid include the following:

Foods that are rich in both folic acid and vitamin B12 include the following:

  • Eggs
  • Meat
  • Poultry
  • Milk
  • Shellfish
  • Fortified cereals

Taking folic acid by mouth is more effective than eating foods rich in folic acid. Vitamin B12 is not as well absorbed by mouth as per injection.

Living with vitamin B12 deficiency anemia

Depending on the cause of your vitamin B12 deficiency, you may need to take vitamin B12supplements for the rest of your life. These may be pills or shots. This may seem difficult. But it will let you live a normal life without symptoms.

If your deficiency is due to a restrictive diet, you may want to work with a nutritionist. He or she can help ensure that you get enough vitamin B12 and other vitamins. Tell your healthcare provider about any symptoms and follow your treatment plan.

Key points about vitamin B12 deficiency anemia

  • With this condition, your body does not have enough healthy red blood cells, due to a lack (deficiency) of vitamin B

  • It is one of several types of megaloblastic anemia.
  • Without enough red blood cells, your tissues and organs don’t get enough oxygen. Without enough oxygen, your body can’t work as well.
  • Symptoms include weak muscles, numbness, trouble walking, nausea, weight loss, irritability, fatigue, and increased heart rate.
  • Treatment may include vitamin B12 supplements. It is also important to eat a well-balanced diet.
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Iron Deficiency: 7 Signs You Have an Iron Deficiency

Dr. Ashwini J 90% (124 ratings)
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS), M.Sc - Dietitics/Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
Iron Deficiency: 7 Signs You Have an Iron Deficiency

As per the latest statistics published by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, about 9% women suffer from a deficiency of iron. Though the proportion is relatively low, iron deficiency can lead to various diseases, which can be very difficult to cure. So, look out for these telltale signs of iron deficiency and check whether you suffer from any of them.

  1. Fatigue: Your internal system uses iron for the production of haemoglobin, which is a component in the red blood cells, responsible for carrying oxygen to all parts of the body. So when the iron content is low, there is not enough haemoglobin production and all organ do not receive oxygen in the required quantities. This is bound to make you feel tired at most times.
  2. Inability to focus: People with iron deficiency often suffer from alteration in the synthesis of neurotransmitters. This can lead to decreased functionality and focusing abilities. This may also lead to the development of apathy towards all things, including family, friends, books, music or anything that you loved and enjoyed doing.
  3. Breathlessness: Without a proper supply of iron, there could be an oxygen crunch in the body, compelling you to feel breathless. This may happen anytime when you are working out or walking or reading a book.
  4. Paleness: Do you think your skin has lost lustre and become pale in the last few days? That’s definitely not a good sign and may be a symptom of decreased flow of blood and reduction in the RBC count.
  5. Trouble doing your daily chores: Low levels of iron in the body can cause your endurance level to suffer. Thus, you may find it difficult to run up the stairs or catch a vehicle or swim for a while.
  6. Soreness of muscles: Even if you could push yourself to reach the gym, you would experience the burns last longer than normal. Lack of right amount of iron prevents your muscles to recover at the right pace. As a result, you are likely to suffer from aches in the muscles.
  7. Brittle nails: If there is a recent a development of spoon-shaped or concave depression in the nails, it could be a sign of possible deficiency of iron.

Often people tend to ignore the warning signs that the body gives to inform about the problem that’s cropping up. But you can’t take chances with your health and so, check for these signs without any delay.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Vitamin D Deficiency - 3 Symptoms Of It!

Dr. Vineet Saboo 90% (409 ratings)
Diploma in Diabetology, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Amravati
Vitamin D Deficiency - 3 Symptoms Of It!

Vitamin d deficiency is caused when your body does not get enough exposure to the sun that is the primary source of vitamin d for your body. It is crucial for the health of your bones, skin and neurological system, therefore, its deficiency may lead to a number of problems and risks such as rickets, osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis etc.

Here is a list of four symptoms that can help you to identify if you suffer from a deficiency of vitamin d.

1. Bone pain and muscle weakness


Adults who suffer from a deficiency of vitamin d feel a lot of achiness and pain in the bones and muscles of their body. Also, they are troubled with joint stiffness and fatigue that lowers the overall quality of their life.


2. Fits of sadness and grief

Exposure to the sun (and hence, vitamin d) improves the level of the neurotransmitter serotonin in your body that is responsible for lifting your spirits. However, deficiency of vitamin d prevents you from having a more positive outlook towards life. So, another symptom that can help you identify that your body is deficient in vitamin d is that you've got a lot of blues.

3. A lot of head sweat

If your head sweats a lot, you can be assured that you suffer from an acute deficiency of vitamin d. Head sweating is another prominent symptom associated with vitamin d deficiency. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an endocrinologist.

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