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8 Signs Your Body Is Desperate For Vitamin D


Hey there, health junkies. Have you been keeping up on your Vitamin D
intake? I know it’s a weird question, but Vitamin
D absorbs calcium in order to maintain strong bones. So it’s safe to say that it’s important. A Vitamin D deficiency has several factors
to blame. This includes diet, age and lack of sun exposure. Guess what? Today we’ll be talking about Signs That
Your Body Needs Vitamin D. From fatigue, to loss of hair, to a wound taking way too long
to heal. We’re talking all that AND more… Fatigue
When your body hasn’t been getting proper Vitamin D treatment, one of the things you’ll
notice is how tired you are. Have you been fighting the urge to fall asleep
during the day? Even if you’ve had the proper amount of
snooze time the night before? Well, a Vitamin D deficiency may be the situation
here. Known in the medical world as hypovitaminosis
D, a lack of this nutrient brings on quite a few health issues. Having little to no energy is not a good place
to start. People who go to doctor reporting chronic
fatigue are often found to have a Vitamin D deficiency. They are usually placed on some sort of supplement
in order to get their energy levels back to normal. In one particular case, a woman’s Vitamin
D level increased by 39 ng/ml, curing her of symptoms. You see, the lack of blood vessels in your
body will cause fatigue. If you continue on without Vitamin D, this
can affect your mood and attitude, which brings us to our second tell-tale sign. Depression
To put it bluntly, a Vitamin D deficiency can make you feel like garbage. It’s true. The sad part is we all go through it. This is why we need the proper vitamins. Vitamin D not only provides your bones with
calcium. It performs another crucial function. You see, Vitamin D is needed in order for
our brain to work properly. A 2005 study conducted on the human brain
revealed that Vitamin D receptors are found in the same part of the brain associated with
depression. While people of any age are vulnerable to
depression, it is particularly prevalent in older people. Elderly adults who experience depression later
in life are usually found to have a Vitamin D deficiency. This is particularly true for seasonal depression,
especially during the winter time where some people fall to their lowest emotional point. Studies have indicated that supplying depressed
people with Vitamin D3 can help cure them of this mental illness. By the way, many of you are probably wondering
just how much Vitamin D you actually need in order to function. Well this obviously varies due to your age. If you’re an adult between the years of
19 and 70, it’s best to have about 600 IU… That’s ‘international units’. The same amount goes for pregnant women. If you happen to be over the age of 70, 800
IU is suggested. Loss of Bone
While this is a natural part of the aging process, it’s not supposed to happen in
your younger years. If it does, check your Vitamin D level. It’s Vitamin D’s job to absorb calcium
and maintain the strength of your bones. When your bone density is low, you are not
receiving the right amount of calcium. This is something else the elderly need to
look out for, as they are more prone to bone loss as years pass. A study from 2015 conducted on menopausal
women showed the link between low bone mineral density and low Vitamin D.
You can maintain a healthy bone density by getting the right Vitamin D and keeping track
of your blood pressure. Foods that carry high Vitamin D include tuna,
salmon, mackerel, egg yolk, cheese and orange juice. If you are growing concerned, you’ll want
to consult a doctor. Loss of Hair
First my bones, now my hairdo! If you’re young, there are few situations
more humiliating than losing your hair. That’s just the way things go when your
Vitamin D is low. While there is limited evidence, lack of the
nutrient has been connected with hair loss, particularly female hair loss. Vitamin D assists in creating new hair follicles. When your level is insufficient, the follicles
will not have enough strength and eventually fall out. Alopecia areata is another factor that needs
to be mentioned. This is a disorder that causes your hair to
fall out in random patches. People suffering from Alopecia have been found
to have much less Vitamin D in their systems than people without it. Your Wounds Take Longer To Heal Is your cut not healing as quickly as it once
did? Well you better make sure you’re up on your
Vitamin D. Imagine having a wound that just doesn’t stop bleeding. This is a reality for those with Vitamin D
deficiency. One that will have you scarfing down cheese
and salmon in order to avoid this ailment. In a 2012 study, patients who suffered from
leg ulcers were found to have a higher Vitamin D deficiency. When you injure yourself, your body requires
a balance of different nutrients in order to repair. This is no different for a cut or a scrape. Vitamin D is crucial in the wound healing
process. Your skin cells depend on its control of genes
that create cathelicidin, which your immune system has to help fight off infections and
heal. A slow healing wound must see treatment quickly
in order to avoid becoming infected. With infection comes a whole new set of issues
to deal with. Before we continue, are you concerned about
your overall health of your child? Perhaps you should check out Health Symptoms
In Children That May Indicate a More Serious Disease? Or if you’d like information on how to have
a better quality sleep, click on our clip discussing Simple Techniques To Fall Asleep
In 5 Minutes. Now let’s continue with our list of Signs
Your Body Needs Vitamin D. You’re Feeling Sick
Remember when I mentioned how lack of Vitamin D can make you feel like garbage? Well depression is just the tip of the iceberg. You can also feel like garbage physically. I don’t know about you, but being depressed
and sick at once isn’t my idea of a good time. People who catch colds on a regular basis
would be wise to look into their Vitamin D level. This could be the reason why you are so prone
to sickness. One of the main sources of Vitamin D is sunlight. Were you aware that our highest level of Vitamin
D comes in the summer? This is due to the amount of time we spend
catching rays outside. The exact opposite can be said during the
winter, when the weather is cloudy and miserable. This is where you are vulnerable to colds
and flus. Within this time, your immune system needs
to be in tip-top shape. Your body must have all the defense it can
get against germs and bacteria. Vitamin D can serve as a powerful weapon. If you’re experiencing hypovitaminosis D,
chances are your immune system isn’t where it should be. This is because there is no Vitamin D around
to assist it. Studies have indicated that those with respiratory
tract infections are likely to have Vitamin deficiencies. We’re talking about severe ones such as
pneumonia and bronchitis. Pain In Your Bones
As if losing bone wasn’t enough. We’ve all experienced moments where our
bones ache. Some are much worse than others. But if your Vitamin D level is low, you may
experience this much more frequently. Since Vitamin D strengthens your bones through
calcium, it is pretty much a given that they will be in pain if you are lacking the nutrient. You should be especially careful of pain in
your lower back, this is where it can hit you the hardest. If you work a job where physical labour is
needed, this will be a problem. Several controlled studies have noted that
chronic lower back pain can be fuelled by our lack of Vitamin D. One study from 2015
focused on Indian patients with chronic lower back pain. They linked their pain to hypovitaminosis
D. High Blood Pressure
Has your blood pressure spiked recently? Are you looking for a reason? Take your pick. There are countless factors that contribute
to hypertension. One you may not have considered is a Vitamin
D deficiency. High blood pressure can lead to other health
problems such as cardiovascular and heart disease. While the jury is still out, some studies
have pointed towards Vitamin D being a contributor to these illnesses. One conducted back in 2017 shows that the
nutrient does in fact have influence on our blood pressure. Those who do suffer from hypertension are
smart to have their Vitamin D levels checked in case there is a direct link between high
blood pressure and Vitamin D. Have you been getting proper Vitamin D? Are you going to make sure after watching
this video? Let us know in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you!

28 thoughts on “8 Signs Your Body Is Desperate For Vitamin D

  1. True! Tomorrow I will be going to the doctor and ask: hi I’m always tired and I’m facing hair lose and idk why I think my vitamin d Is lower or something maybe my estrogen level is high do I need any supplement?

  2. Yep!! Now got the knowledge about vitamin D Deficiency… thanks😌Btw expecting foods to cure the same, can u suggest in your next video?

  3. 1.Fatigue
    2.Depression
    3.Loss of bone
    4.loss of hair
    5.Your wound doesn't heal properly like before
    6.You are feeling sick
    7.Pain in your bones
    8.High blood pressure

  4. WATCH 🎥: Vitamin B12 Deficiency Symptoms That Should Never Be Ignored – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Kjuosix898&list=PL_fl96m7OLQUZuUwYCH7NnU9b_bP6sRlp&index=6

  5. Have you been getting proper Vitamin D? Are you going to make sure after watching this video? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends! 🙂

  6. Please push for a Vitamin D test since here in the UK blood tests do not include the Vitamin D test. Being so deficient for two years has severely affected my mobility too. Please don’t listen to your GP too much and push for what is right!

  7. Thank you for sharing this wonderful information on vitamin D3. 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽

  8. There is another one
    Periods are extremely painful and sometimes even cause black clouds in front of eyes
    I am a school going teenager and one day I felt very dizzy in school during periods
    I've always had painful periods but it was different
    After 6-8 more periods …every alternate periods I having black clouds , extreme pain which I was not able to beer
    I went to gyenechologist and she did some tests of mine
    It was determined that I had vitamin d levels very low!
    Now I am Taking supplements
    And i am also having so much hairfall and body pain as well🙄

  9. I am a vampire so I don't need vitamin D. Don't like sun either. But I do need some iron embedded into red blood cells.

  10. The symptoms of vitamin D deficiency: 1. Chronic fatigue, lack of energy. 2. Depression. 3. Loss of bone. 4. Loss of hair. 5. Wounds take longer to heal. 6. Feeling sick, catching cold on a regular basis. 7. Pain in your bones, especially in the lower back. 8. High blood pressure.

  11. Vit D3 500OIU helped me laugh instead of cry for no reason. Season Affective disorder…..sad when it is raining or less light in fall etc can be due to low Vit D. Vit D is a hormone and helps prevent autoimmune attacks on the gut/brain/thyroid and more. Low sunlight may cause gluten issues. Chem trails are blocking out the sunlight.

  12. According to the latest update, every four people out of five are vitamin D deficient, and no one knows the reason behind it. Any way this is such a great video that’s why I have subscribed to your channel to get more and more information. Thank you 😊

  13. But problem is sun exposure is harmful to face because of UV rays. And we all know it is the best source of Vitamin D. How can we take from sun?

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