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Top 10 Signs of Vitamin D Deficiency That You MUST Know

This video breaks down the top 10 signs of Vitamin D Deficiency that you MUST know in order to improve your overall health.

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➡️ Being Sick More Often

That is because vitamin D plays an important role in strengthening your body's immune system. Every single cell in the human body has a receptor for vitamin D.

➡️ Increased Levels of Fatigue

Life can be very busy, and most of us normalize feeling tired pretty much all the time. However, it's important to remember that ongoing fatigue can seriously impact your quality of life and overall health. There are many causes of increased fatigue, including vitamin D deficiency.

➡️ Hair Loss

Your skin has special cells that are responsible for processing a protein known as keratin which helps metabolize vitamin D in the skin. However, when they aren't getting enough vitamin D, it causes issues in controlling how your body grows and sheds hair.

➡️ Slow Wound Healing

If you have a wound that is taking much longer to heal than normal, this could be caused by a vitamin D deficiency. Remember that vitamin D plays a key role in helping the body process keratin which is a protein that is vital to the health of our skin.

➡️ Increased Feelings of Depression

Not all doctors agree that vitamin D deficiency can cause increased feelings of depression. However, there is strong evidence that not getting enough of this vitamin can have a substantial impact on your mood.

➡️ Increased Muscle Pain

Every cell in the human body has receptors for vitamin D. This includes the nerve cells that are responsible for sensing pain as well.

➡️ Bone Loss

Many people are unaware that vitamin D is closely tied to calcium absorption. If your body isn't getting enough vitamin D, over time, your bones may become weaker because they aren't getting enough calcium.

➡️ Increased Lower Back Pain

Bone weakness is one of the primary causes of chronic lower back pain in adults. Doctors have noticed a significant connection between complaints about chronic low back pain and those with a vitamin D deficiency.

➡️ Weight Gain

Studies have consistently shown that people who have more body fat or a higher BMI also tend to have low vitamin D levels in their system. No one is sure why this happens, but it may be linked to behavioral or genetic factors.

➡️ Erectile Dysfunction

Vitamin D plays a key role in boosting the cardiovascular system and maintaining circulation. A study found a significant link between low vitamin D levels and the severity of ED. Researchers also found that the symptoms are worse in individuals with low levels of vitamin D compared to those with normal.

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