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The six signs you’re missing vitamin D

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Manish works as a Journalist and writer at Revyuh.com. He has studied Political Science and graduated from Delhi University. He is a Political engineer, fascinated by politics, and traditional businesses. He is also attached to many NGO's in the country and helping poor children to get the basic education. Email: Manish (at) revyuh (dot) com

In many countries, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to confine themselves in their homes to protect themselves from the disease. Prolonged lack of sun exposure, however, could lead to a lack of vitamin D, an important nutrient for our body.

Vitamin D plays an important role in calcium absorption and therefore plays a decisive role in the health of our bones. Its lack could lead to bone problems, such as osteoporosis and fractures. In addition, an organism with low levels of this vitamin may have muscle weakness, fatigue and even mental health problems.

Faced with the quarantine imposed by the coronavirus crisis, the UK Government, for example, has recommended that people consider taking 10 micrograms of vitamin D daily if they are locked in their home most of the day.

Vitamin D affects the functioning of our entire body, so it is important to identify and combat it. 

These are some of the signs of a lack of vitamin D.

Low immunity

One of the most important functions of vitamin D is to keep your immune system strong, something of particular importance in times of coronavirus. If you get sick often, low vitamin D levels may be a contributing factor.

Bone pain

As already mentioned, vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium and strengthen bones. So if your lower back hurts, for example, you could have low levels of this vitamin. Muscle aches could also be caused by a lack of vitamin D.

Fatigue and tiredness

Behind constant fatigue and tiredness there can be many reasons, and vitamin D deficiency is one of them. Lack of this nutrient could even cause insomnia.

Slow healing

Vitamin D increases the production of crucial elements in the formation of new skin in the healing process. If you have wounds that take a long time to heal, you may be lacking vitamin D.

Depression

A constant pessimism and a more depressed mood is one more of the symptoms that warn of insufficient levels of vitamin D. 

Hair loss

One of the most common causes of hair loss is stress, but it could also be the result of a nutrient deficiency, particularly vitamin D. Having too little can cause your hair to fall out, especially if you’re a woman.

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