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Nutrient Deficiency: Treatment, Procedure, Cost and Side Effects

What is the treatment?

Your body needs a combination of various nutrients in order to function at an optimum level. Each nutrient affects the way different systems and organs within the body work, and therefore a deficiency in any of the vital nutrients can cause major health problems and is something that should be addressed as soon as possible. There are various treatments for deficiencies and while some are common, others depend largely on the specific nutrient that is lacking in the body.

More often than not, nutrient deficiencies are caused by an imbalance in the diet. Therefore the main line of treatment here is to address the imbalance and add supplements to the diet along with specific food items as well to address the problem. However, in some cases nutrient deficiencies are caused due to the body’s inability to absorb that nutrient from the food. In this case, certain medications are prescribed. If the medicines do not work, surgery may also be required to fix the problem.

In some cases, nutrient deficiencies can also be inherited. Here, providing nutrient supplements is the main line of treatment as well as exploring the reasons behind why the deficiency has occurred in the first place.

How is the treatment done?

Nutrient deficiencies are diagnosed with the help of a blood profile or a blood tests. Blood tests show the exact amount of different nutrients and vital enzymes that are present in the body and comparing the numbers with the healthy range that should ideally be there can let doctors know whether or not there is a deficiency in the body. Once the deficiency is identified and the symptoms are mapped to the same, the treatment can be started.

Most treatment plans for nutrient deficiencies focus on two main areas. The first is to bring the count of the nutrient in the body back up to the healthy amount. The second is to eliminate the symptoms that have come with the deficiency (for example, deficiency in Vitamin C can cause scurvy, deficiency in Vitamin D can cause pain in the joints, etc). Therefore, along with being referred to a dietician, you may also have to see a specialist you can eradicate the symptoms (such as a dermatologist for scurvy, an orthopaedic doctor for your bones, etc). The dietician will determine the food groups that you need to add to your diet while also letting you know about the nutritional supplements that you should be taking in order to improve your health. This can decrease the deficiency in your system and bring your health back to normal.

If the deficiency is caused by a condition that is hampering your body’s ability to absorb nutrients, then the treatment will focus on treating that condition, along with providing you with the supplements needed to bring the number up.

Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)

Whether you have been experiencing any symptoms or not, it is always advisable to get a check-up and see the levels of nutrients in your body. On the basis of that, you can seek treatment.

Who is not eligible for the treatment?

If you are suffering from a chronic condition that is hampering the nutrients in your body, then simply seeking treatment for nutrient deficiency will not help you. You will have to treat the underlying condition to bring your nutrient count up to normal.

Are there any side effects?

Since most treatments involve changing your diet and adding nutritional supplements to your daily regime, the side effects you may experience will be focussed on your digestive system. You may experience constipation, diarrhoea, weight gain, weight loss, and changes in your appetite. You may also notice changes in your skin, depending on the supplements you are taking.

What are the post-treatment guidelines?

You will have to maintain a healthy and balanced diet for the rest of your life to ensure you do not suffer from a nutritional deficiency again.

How long does it take to recover?

It can take a month or two to improve the nutrient count in your body.

What is the price of the treatment in India?

The price can range from Rs. 100 – Rs. 300, depending on the supplements you are taking. Speaking to a dietician can range from Rs. 1,000 – Rs. 3,000 per session, depending on who you are seeing and where you are seeing them.

Are the results of the treatment permanent?

If you follow all the post treatment guidelines properly and do not deviate from your diet, the results of the treatment can be permanent.

What are the alternatives to the treatment?

There are no alternatives to the treatment. If you are suffering from a nutrient deficiency, you should see a doctor to understand how you can improve your health.

Safety: Medium Effectiveness: Medium Timeliness: Medium Relative Risk: High Side Effects: Medium Time For Recovery: Medium Price Range:

Rs. 1,000 – Rs. 3,000 per session

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Nutritional Deficiency - Can it Cause Depression?

MBBS, Post Graduate In Diabetology, Fellowship In Pain Medicine
Diabetologist, Howrah
Nutritional Deficiency - Can it Cause Depression?

Depression can be caused because of many reasons. However, it can get worse or be triggered due to nutritional deficiency. However nutritional deficiencies and depression act in a vicious cycle. Depressed people often receive less or improper food which leads to malnutrition which again aggravate depression. Thus, both conditions should be treated simultaneously. Read further to know how:

  1. Omega-3 fatty acids: An Omega-3 unsaturated fat deficiency can cause depression. That shows exactly how much fish, salmon, halibut or flaxseeds and walnuts we have to expend to be at an ideal level. These basic minerals lessen aggravation and take up a basic part in our mental health, particularly memory and disposition.
  2. Vitamin DVitamin D deficiency is a noteworthy problem that specialists and general physicians perceive to be dangerous. This lack has been connected to depression, dementia and mental imbalance. The majority of our Vitamin D levels drop off during the fall and winter months, since daylight is the best source of vitamin D.
  3. Magnesium: Odds are great that you are magnesium inadequate since a lot of people are. Sugar, phosphoric acid, perpetual anxiety, anti-infection agents and diuretics contain magnesium. Magnesium is infrequently alluded to as the anxiety counteracting agent.
  4. Vitamin B complex: B vitamins like vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 have some great medical advantages, including decreased heart diseases and healthy skin and nails. Again, a vitamin B deficiency may affect your emotional wellness. Every one in four depressed or stressed woman suffers from vitamin B12 deficiency.
  5. Folate: Individuals with a low folate level have just a seven percent reaction to treatment with antidepressants. Those with high folate levels have a reaction of 44 percent. That is the reason a lot of specialists are currently endorsing a folate called Deplin to treat dejection.
  6. Amino acidsAmino acids are the building blocks of protein that help your mind work efficiently. An amino acid deficiency may make you feel slow, foggy, unfocused, and discouraged. Great sources of amino acids include meat, eggs, beans, seeds, and nuts.
  7. IronIron deficiency is truly common in women. Around 20 percent of the women and 50 percent of pregnant women are iron deficient. Just 3 percent of men are iron deficient. The most widely recognized type of side effect is the decreasing number of red platelets brought on by the lack of iron. The side effects include weakness, concentration issues and a foggy mind.
  8. ZincZinc is used by more proteins (a person has more than 300) than some other minerals. It is important to most of the body’s systems. It also helps our stomach to determine what food items or nutrients to keep and what to dispose off.

Therefore, it is very important for a person to consume the right amount of nutrients that a human needs. Their deficiency not only causes depression, but also many other diseases and illnesses. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a psychiatrist and ask a free question.

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Nutritional Deficiency and Symptoms!

BHMS, Diploma In Nutrition & Diet Planning , ICR, M.D. Alternative Medicine
Homeopath, Thane
Nutritional Deficiency and Symptoms!

Nutritional Deficiency and Symptoms!

Depression - Did You Know These 8 Nutritional Deficiencies Can Cause It?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Depression - Did You Know These 8 Nutritional Deficiencies Can Cause It?

Depression can be caused because of many reasons. However, it can get worse or be triggered due to nutritional deficiency. However nutritional deficiencies and depression act in a vicious cycle. Depressed people often receive less or improper food which leads to malnutrition which again aggravate depression. Thus, both conditions should be treated simultaneously. Read further to know how:

  1. Omega-3 fatty acids: An Omega-3 unsaturated fat deficiency can cause depression. That shows exactly how much fish, salmon, halibut or flaxseeds and walnuts we have to expend to be at an ideal level. These basic minerals lessen aggravation and take up a basic part in our mental health, particularly memory and disposition.
  2. Vitamin DVitamin D deficiency is a noteworthy problem that specialists and general physicians perceive to be dangerous. This lack has been connected to depression, dementia and mental imbalance. The majority of our Vitamin D levels drop off during the fall and winter months, since daylight is the best source of vitamin D.
  3. Magnesium: Odds are great that you are magnesium inadequate since a lot of people are. Sugar, phosphoric acid, perpetual anxiety, anti-infection agents and diuretics contain magnesium. Magnesium is infrequently alluded to as the anxiety counteracting agent.
  4. Vitamin B complex: B vitamins like vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 have some great medical advantages, including decreased heart diseases and healthy skin and nails. Again, a vitamin B deficiency may affect your emotional wellness. Every one in four depressed or stressed woman suffers from vitamin B12 deficiency.
  5. Folate: Individuals with a low folate level have just a seven percent reaction to treatment with antidepressants. Those with high folate levels have a reaction of 44 percent. That is the reason a lot of specialists are currently endorsing a folate called Deplin to treat dejection.
  6. Amino acidsAmino acids are the building blocks of protein that help your mind work efficiently. An amino acid deficiency may make you feel slow, foggy, unfocused, and discouraged. Great sources of amino acids include meat, eggs, beans, seeds, and nuts.
  7. IronIron deficiency is truly common in women. Around 20 percent of the women and 50 percent of pregnant women are iron deficient. Just 3 percent of men are iron deficient. The most widely recognized type of side effect is the decreasing number of red platelets brought on by the lack of iron. The side effects include weakness, concentration issues and a foggy mind.
  8. ZincZinc is used by more proteins (a person has more than 300) than some other minerals. It is important to most of the body’s systems. It also helps our stomach to determine what food items or nutrients to keep and what to dispose off.

Therefore, it is very important for a person to consume the right amount of nutrients that a human needs. Their deficiency not only causes depression, but also many other diseases and illnesses. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Nutrition Care: Why It Is Essential?

BSc Home Science, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore

Swathya Nutrition offers you customized dietary solutions for all your health concerns from 0 to 99 from any to every health concern.

We are there in Nutrition Field for more than 35 years. Right Now we have made our presence in AECS Layout, Whitefield, Bangalore.

We invite you for selecting Nutritional Therapy incorporating optimal & well balanced diet as natural way of achieving your health goals. Let us know when would you like to schedule Initial Consultation with the National & International Award Winner Nutritionist Sushmaa Jaiswal.

Detailed initial consultation consists of 7 parameters:

1) Mechanical Body Composition Assessment BCA

2) Explanation how it affect our health

3) Deficiency Symptoms / Health concerns

4) Diet history & calculations of nutrients

5) How many nutrients you need and how much is gap in your diet?

6) Important information about how we miss out most important Nutrients

7) Dealing with deficiencies

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Platelet and Nutrition

MBBS, D.P.H
General Physician, Gurgaon
Platelet and Nutrition

Platelet and Nutrition

  • Platelet are the thinest cells in the blood stream.

  • I t look like plates in their non-active state but in active state the tentacles that seems to the shape of spider or an octopus. Like other blood cells it is also made in blood marrow.

  • Role of platelet is to protect the body against excessive loss of blood, during injury, in the presence of wound or injury these cells migrate to site and bind the damaged blood vessels and forms the clot

  • In human body normally the platelet count range is 1,50000 - 4,50000 / microlitter

  • When the count is above the 4,50000 / microliter it is called thrombocythemia or thrombocythemia. The term thrombocythemia is used when the cause of higher platelet count is not known i.e. Primary or essential thrombocythemia. this condition occurs when the faulty cells in the bone marrow make too many platelets. While the higher platelet count due to any disease it is called secondary or reactive Thrombocytosis which more common than the thrombocythemia.

  • When the count is below 1,50000/microlitter the condition is called thrombocythemia. Low platelet count may result bleeding from nose, gums, under the skin (Purpura) in the forearm and pinpoint bleeds (Petechiae) on the legs. In womens long and heavy periods. Treatment should be initiated before the bleeding occurs because some time a huge drop of platelet count is sudden which may result uncontrolled bleeding resulting life threatening condition i.e Shock or Organ failure.

  • Treatment for Low Platelet: When the platelet count comes down comes down 10,000-20,000 then transfusion of Platelets is required or some sort of bleeding present in nose, gum & skin is present. Otherwise take Natural food which increases the low platelet count.

     

10 Foods That Increase Low Platelet Count:

1. Anar (Pomegranate): It is rich in iron and also contains vitamins. This fruit help to combact increasing platelet reduction with regular consumption & vitamins keep your energy levels steady.

2. Milk : It it has high calcium which helps to regenerate the platelet. Calcium content with vitamin K and milk protein “Fibrinogen” increases the Platelet count and improves the blood;s ability to form the clot. Calcium Deficiency can lead to your body much longer time in forming clot .

3. Folate Rich Food : Folate or B9 is essential for healthy cell division in the body. Sever deficiency of folate in body can result reduction in Blood Platelet. Daily intake of Folate is 400mg is required. When platelet count is low it’s consumption increases the platelet count. Food rich in Folate are Asparagus, Orange juice,Spinach and fortified cereals.

4. Lean Proteins: Lean proteins food are excellent source of Zinc and Vitamin 12 which are essential to reverse the effects of thrombocytopenia. In case of reduced platelet count take food like soyabean, spinach (Palak), blackbeans, cow’s milk, white of egg, Oatmeal, Fish and white meat chicken.

5. Papaya: Extract of leaf of papaya is excellent for overall blood production and increases the platelet count (Prepare extract of leaves by boiling leaves in medium heat for 15 minutes with water and wait till the water simms down to half ). Take leaf extract 2tsf twice daily.

6. Cod Liver Oil and Flax Seed Oil: These oils strengthen the Immune system many autoimmune disorders are cause of thrombocytopenia or low platelet count. These oils reduce the inflammation of in the body and improve the blood circulation throughout the body.

7. Vitamin A Rich Food: Vitamin A is essential for healthy platelet production, it also plays role in formation of Protein in body which helps in the process of cell division and growth. Carrot, Pumpkin, Kale and Sweet Potatoes (Sakarkandi).

8. Chlorophyll from Wheat grass: Wheat grass juice contains 70% of chlorophyll (The Plant Haemoglobin) have strong effect in overall blood production and increases the platelet count. Take ½ cup per day.

9. Vitamin K Rich Food: Vitamin K keeps cell growth at optimum level in the body. Life of platelets is only 10 days which is to be compensated continually to maintain te lost amount in the body, hence high calorie food for ideal production of blood platelets and vitamin K is one of the ingredient available in Eggs, Green leafy vegetables, Kale, Frozen Spinach, Mustard Greens Broccoli & Liver.

10. Macrobiotic Diet: To combat Thrombocytopenia in patients an vital anti inflammatory diet is recommended by Platelet Disorder Association which help in optimum blood production e.g. Whole grains, vegetables and organic beans is recommended while animal protein is to be avoided except Fish Yogurt & cheese.

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Popular Questions & Answers

What does hp and hv stand for in Trineurosol hp and Trineurosol hv? And is there any difference between them?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Trineurosol HP 1000 mcg/ml Injection is used in the treatment of nutritional deficiencies. And HV are the same.

Doctor prescribed for My husband to start Maxoza powder sachet I just want to know when should I have in the morning or evening? Do I need to dilute the powder?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Maxoza-L Powder is a combination of nine nutritional supplements: Levo-carnitine, Fructo Oligosaccharide, Coenzyme Q10, Citric Acid, Folic Acid Methylcobalamin, Selenium, Zinc and Lycopene. They work by increasing the sperm count and treating male infertility. It need to taken with empty stomach and mixed with water .Maxoza Sachet is a combination of nine nutritional supplements: Levo-carnitine, Fructo Oligosaccharide, Coenzyme Q10, Citric Acid, Folic Acid Methylcobalamin, Selenium, Zinc and Maxoza Sachet 9. They work by increasing the sperm count and treating male infertility.

Dear Sir/madam, I have one doubt sysfol active and methyfol-l whats is different which one best? This tablet usage pl.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Folic acid is the man-made form of folate. Folate is a B-vitamin naturally found in some foods. It is needed to form healthy cells, especially red blood cells. Folic acid supplements may come in different forms (such as L-methylfolate, levomefolate, methyltetrahydrofolate). They are used to treat or prevent low folate levels. Low folate levels can lead to certain types of anemia. Conditions that can cause low folate levels include poor diet, pregnancy, alcoholism, liver disease, certain stomach/intestinal problems, kidney dialysis, among others. Women of childbearing age should receive adequate amounts of folic acid either through their diet or supplements to prevent infant spinal cord birth defects.

Table of Content

What is the treatment?
How is the treatment done?
Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)
Who is not eligible for the treatment?
Are there any side effects?
What are the post-treatment guidelines?
How long does it take to recover?
What is the price of the treatment in India?
Are the results of the treatment permanent?
What are the alternatives to the treatment?
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Vitamin D Deficiency
How to maintain the level of Vitamin D

Hi, viewers of Lybrate. I am Dr. Vishwas, here to give you some insight on some common medical illnesses that we come across. Now you must have seen that on and off, we get, advice by our doctors to check our Vitamin D and calcium level. And obviously, you must have seen, that Vitamin D has been found very low. It may be around 5 or 6 or may be below 10, and that is something which is very alarming. The normal level of Vitamin D, as a hormone, which is to be maintained in blood has to be at least 30, in International Units. And those, patients who, you know are on long term low levels of Vitamin D, complain of many things such as body ache, fatigue, low immunity; and then they suffer from some kind of infections, or some kind of, all the time, discomfort, weakness, lack of strength.

So we as doctors, always recommend getting Vitamin D levels checked at least once in a year. So once we start with therapy of Vitamin D, one has to remember that the sachet or the tablet has to be taken, early in the morning. It has to be taken on an empty stomach. The standard time should be between 6 am to 8 am. To take the dose, may be weekly once, or may be weekly twice, not more than. And the units normally recommended is around 60000 units, which is available in any brands. So I would always recommend my patients to take once in a week for 12 weeks period, which is sufficient, and then one should stop it; because over Vitamin prescription, as well as over Vitamin consumption can damage your liver.

We have found sometimes patients landing into liver issues because of hypervitaminosis. So both things are not good, very low levels and very high levels. You should maintain the optimum levels. Vitamin D, as well as calcium, both hand in hand, should go together, as a supplement, and they build up your loss of bones, especially in cases of osteoporosis; where the bones have, some kind of a vacuum inside and some kind of weaknesses which can make them easily fracturable, and also cause some kind of pain and discomfort. So Vitamin D, calcium, these are some kinds of investigation which are especially essential for bone health, to take care.

We also suggest sometimes to get Parathyroid Hormone Check Up (PTH). Parathyroid Hormone deficiency can also cause easy fractures. And it is very rare, but one should also check PTH hormone levels, that is, Parathyroid Hormone level, if it is recommended by your doctor and if Vitamin D correction is not helping the patient. So, early morning exposure during sunrise, or evening exposure during sunset, for 3 to 5 minutes, that is sufficient. If it is exposed to your skin, to get sufficient natural Vitamin D synthesis in your body. Because of skin, as well as kidney, both play part in Vitamin D formation, and it is one essential hormone, required for all 206 bones of your body. With the new advent of Vitamin D therapy, we also have sachet, we have a tablet, we have injections. So, depending upon your condition, your physician will recommend some or the other form of Vitamin D. Even the young child also needs Vitamin D supplementation. Nowadays even milk is fortified with Vitamin D, which is also a good step towards better health.

So I wish all my Lybrate users, to have normal Vitamin D, not only for them, but for all the family members, especially the elderly ones, younger ones, so they have excellent bone health and no fractures. Thank you, viewers, have a nice day.

How to maintain the level of Vitamin D

Hi, viewers of Lybrate. I am Dr. Vishwas, here to give you some insight on some common medical illnesses that we come across. Now you must have seen that on and off, we get, advice by our doctors to check our Vitamin D and calcium level. And obviously, you must have seen, that Vitamin D has been found very low. It may be around 5 or 6 or may be below 10, and that is something which is very alarming. The normal level of Vitamin D, as a hormone, which is to be maintained in blood has to be at least 30, in International Units. And those, patients who, you know are on long term low levels of Vitamin D, complain of many things such as body ache, fatigue, low immunity; and then they suffer from some kind of infections, or some kind of, all the time, discomfort, weakness, lack of strength.

So we as doctors, always recommend getting Vitamin D levels checked at least once in a year. So once we start with therapy of Vitamin D, one has to remember that the sachet or the tablet has to be taken, early in the morning. It has to be taken on an empty stomach. The standard time should be between 6 am to 8 am. To take the dose, may be weekly once, or may be weekly twice, not more than. And the units normally recommended is around 60000 units, which is available in any brands. So I would always recommend my patients to take once in a week for 12 weeks period, which is sufficient, and then one should stop it; because over Vitamin prescription, as well as over Vitamin consumption can damage your liver.

We have found sometimes patients landing into liver issues because of hypervitaminosis. So both things are not good, very low levels and very high levels. You should maintain the optimum levels. Vitamin D, as well as calcium, both hand in hand, should go together, as a supplement, and they build up your loss of bones, especially in cases of osteoporosis; where the bones have, some kind of a vacuum inside and some kind of weaknesses which can make them easily fracturable, and also cause some kind of pain and discomfort. So Vitamin D, calcium, these are some kinds of investigation which are especially essential for bone health, to take care.

We also suggest sometimes to get Parathyroid Hormone Check Up (PTH). Parathyroid Hormone deficiency can also cause easy fractures. And it is very rare, but one should also check PTH hormone levels, that is, Parathyroid Hormone level, if it is recommended by your doctor and if Vitamin D correction is not helping the patient. So, early morning exposure during sunrise, or evening exposure during sunset, for 3 to 5 minutes, that is sufficient. If it is exposed to your skin, to get sufficient natural Vitamin D synthesis in your body. Because of skin, as well as kidney, both play part in Vitamin D formation, and it is one essential hormone, required for all 206 bones of your body. With the new advent of Vitamin D therapy, we also have sachet, we have a tablet, we have injections. So, depending upon your condition, your physician will recommend some or the other form of Vitamin D. Even the young child also needs Vitamin D supplementation. Nowadays even milk is fortified with Vitamin D, which is also a good step towards better health.

So I wish all my Lybrate users, to have normal Vitamin D, not only for them, but for all the family members, especially the elderly ones, younger ones, so they have excellent bone health and no fractures. Thank you, viewers, have a nice day.

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Know More About Vitamin D Deficiency
I am Dr IPS Kochar, a pediatrician and endocrine diabetologist. Today, I am going to talk on very intresting topic, Vit-D which everyone wants to know.

So, Vit-D is essential to maintain calcium. It basically maintains the bone metabolism of the body and it is done basically through absorption of calcium from the intestine and also from renal tubular absorption of calcium. When VIt-D becomes deficient, the hormone PTH is released which tries to maintain calcium and phosphorus in the body. The deficiency of Vit-D in different groups are different. You can have it in the new born periods, in the childhood period or in the adolescence.

So, in the new born period, children may have some features like staying more tired, the problems related to bones such as bow legs i.e, curving of legs. Then there may be some other problem which is called genu valgum in which they have knock knees. These are some conditions which you can find. These are called as Rickets. And this ricket is responsible for Vit-D deficiency.

In the country like India which has a plenty of sunlight, why we are still facing Vit-D deficiency?

One of the reason is that lifestyle ahs changed. We are involved in more of a technical lifestyle. The best time to absorb Vit-D is 9-11 am in which one can absorb maximum amount of Vit-D. But at this time most of us are in teh office, the children are in the schools and the housewives are inside the house. So you are hardly able to absorb Vit-D.
Secondly. there is lot of pollution which does not allow us to absorb Vit-D
Covering of the body is another major factor.
There is a smog which blocks the vit-D
The sources of vit-D are very few. Most of the vit-D is in non veg. But maximum of the Indians are vegetarian. The best sources of Vit-D are fish, eggs. The one important thing all vegetarian must know that they can take mushroom. This will help in maintaining the Vit-D level. So, there are least sources of VIt-D.

There are two types of Vit-D, Vit-D2 and Vit-D3.

Vit-D2 is Ergocalciferol and Vit-D3 is Cholecalciferol. So we can get maximum of the Vit-D from the sunlight which we are not getting. In order to cover up Vit-D deficiency, we need to consume Vit-D. Otherwise children may suffer from Bow legs or genu valgum. In the adolescence, people may suffer from osteomalacia in which there is pain in the legs and bones. So, all these conditions are aggravated.

How to overcome with the deficiency of Vit-D?

Regularly take Vit-D. You can either take it weekly form or in the daily form. Consulting a doctor will be helpful. Also, Vit-D prevents the chances of cancer, hypertension, Diabetes, repeated infection in the children. Everybody should take Vit-D either weekly or daily form.

Thank you very much.
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Importance Of Good Nutrition
Hi friends!

I m Dr. Pooja, naturopath and yoga expert and the nutritionist and diabetes educator. It s been 12 years I m working into the same field. Aur aaj me apko batane ja rahi hunk e ap apne food ko as medicine lengi tau ap kabhi bhi life mein bemar nahi parenge. There are four to five to seven rules jab ap apni life mein agar yeh rules ko follow karenge aur diet ko ache food ko ap apni diet mein add on kerna shuru karenge tau ap kabhi bhi bemar nahi parenge.

The rule number 1 is that keh understand your diet routine basically. Apka daily routine kia hai ap kis time uthte hain kis time sotay hain that really matters a lot. Reason being ke apka pura din isi cheez per depend kerta hai. Agar ap late uthte hain tau apka pura din delay hojata hai. Agar ap time se uthte hain tau apka breakfast time se hoga kyoun ke time really makes major important role in your daily routines. Like agar apne breakfast kiya hai subah 9 baje se 10 baje tak tau apka next diet hoga 11 or 12 o clock.

Jab ap fruits le sakte hain nuts le sakte hain. Then you can take your lunch proper, then you can take evening snacks like tea green tea you can add on you can add on butter milk you can add on salads in your diet that time. Don t indulge too fruits too tastes all together. Ap fruits alag rakheye, salads alag rakheye. Dinner apt hora light rakheye, 8 baje ke qareeb ap dinner kerlijeye. Proper meal lijeye aisa kuch nahi hai ke apko sirf soups aur salads hi lene hain. Salads ap 7 o clock ya 6 o clock le sakte hain. 8 se 9 baje ap proper dinner lijeye lekin khana khaney ke adha ghantay ke baad ap walk per zarur jaeye.

This is the basic this is the general rule what I m telling you but there are certain rules which you have to take care. 1 ap pani buhat ziada piyoge till the age of 50 ap thora sa pani ka intake dehaan mein rakheye, ap 8 to 10 le sakte hain but ap after 50 we have to see certain medical conditions also tab apka may be apka pani restrict hosakta hai. Tau namak ek aisi cheez hai jau hum din mein buhat ziada lete hain. But ap 1 tea spoon salt per day rakheye isse ziada namak koshish kareye nahi lena hai. Tala hua ap nahi khaeye.

Ap meal roasted form mein le sakte hain ya grilled form mein le sakte hain. Koshish kijeye thora sa tandoori waghera jau ap gas pe hi bana sakte hain who apt hora sa add on kijeye. Daily ap walk ker sakte hain apke liye best hai. Agar ap walk nahi ker pa rahe hain tau seerhian charye elevator use matt kareye. Agar ap kuch bhi cheezain apni daily diet daily routine mein nahi ker parahe hain jaise physical hai kuch bhi jaise abhi hum bethe hain tau ap apna thora sab eth ker thora cabin hi mein walk ker lijeye ya stairs ko ya jahan ap apna foot rest hota hai us per up and down kerlijeye. Ap bethe bethe bhi kuch kuch exercise kersakte hain. Facial exercises ker sakte hain, ap hand exercises ker sakte hain, tau thora thora sa ap apne apko physical exercises mein indulge kijeye.

And most important thing kea p apna time banaye sonay ka. Snay ka agar apka pattern sahi hai tau ap kafi beemarion se chutkara pa sakte hain. Believe me ap diabetes mein sleep ka buhat bara role hota hai agar ap proper so nahi rahe hain ap proper kha nahi rahe hain agar apka short sleep hai chahe who 5 hours ka sleep hai but agar who sound sleep hai tau that means ap apni diabetes ko peche ker rahe hain. Ap apni diabetes ko rok parahe hain. But agar apka sonay ka tareeqa sahi nahi hai aur ap dhung se so bhi nahi parahe hain ya ap late night so rahe hain tau ap dekheyega kea p un logon ka sugar ka level ziada barha hua hota hai. Tau please ap apna dehaan rakheye. Aur in sab cheezon per ap thora thora sa dehaan rakhenge tau bhi acha hai. Idhar udhar ki baton ko sochna ya sunna band kijeye.

Consult kareye proper doctor se ta ke who apko apki body ke according apki diet mein bata sake medicine bata sake. And more important ke koshish kareye kea p jitna healthy khana khaenge ap apni diet mein fruits indulge kijeye vegetables indulge kijeye and nuts indulge kijeye. These things are very very much important and the water. Coconut water is one of the substitute of the cold drinks and other drinks. Please ap in sab cheezon ko khaye aur healthy raheye.

Thank you so much.
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Epidemic of Vitamin D3 Deficiency
Symptoms and causes of Vitamin D3 deficiency

Hi, this is Dr.Umesh Alegaonkar from Thane, Sampada hospital and I am discussing the Current epidemics of D3 deficiency in the Indian Society. Huge epidemics and a huge number of patients are currently being diagnosed with vitamin D3 deficiency. First of all, Vitamin D3 deficiency is not so widely accepted by the practicing consultant. And more or fewer patients having the same symptom coming to the consulting are very less. But as we are diagnosing more and number of vitamin D3 cases we know the burden of vitamin D3 deficiency which the society is having. Patients usually come with weak bone pains, myalgia; there are usually complaints of morning stiffness, they experience huge pain in both their feet as they touch the ground early in the morning.

We also find irritability and changes in behavior, brittleness of skin, loss of hair, decreased appetite and apathy. All these are related sometimes, which by and large may be related to other illnesses also, systemic illnesses, I am talking about. But yes they only remain peculiar to the vitamin D3 deficiency. The main cause is dietary deficiency and even though the patient supplements himself with sufficient amount of vitamin D3 deficiency they don t have adequate exposure to the sunlight in the morning hours, because the morning hours the skin really absorbs the sunrise and it helps the vitamin D3 to get converted into the liver and that s how the calcium is absorbed from the intestine being actually utilized by the bone and it becomes stronger. Unavailability of the sun or under-exposure to the sunlight in the daytime is really a cause of concern we are currently facing because of the sedentary lifestyle of the patient, car to car type of a lifestyle with no exposure to the sun at all. This is a major cause I really think because of which there is an epidemic of vitamin D3 deficiency.

A simple measure is to expose yourself to the sunlight early in the morning, a good supplement of vitamin D3 diet is the actual issue where we can treat the vitamin D3 deficiency. Long term complications are usually seen. The patients have weak bone pain; they usually suffer from lumbar spinal arthritis and cervical spinal arthritis. They come with unusual fractures of the hips and the bone. The bones are usually osteopenic and osteoporotic and these symptoms are further aggravated in the case of a woman who is in a post-menopausal state. So currently I would
Vitamin D3 deficiency is a highly, highly under-diagnosed issue in the medical fraternity.

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