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10 unusual signs that show you suffer from Vitamin D deficiency

The famous ‘Sunlight’ vitamin is more essential to your body than you think.

I have been taking Vitamin D supplements for years, after my blood test results indicated a low vitamin level.

Each of the following 10 signs of Vitamin D deficiency were true for me, and now I want you to know these symptoms that tend to be overlooked before it’s too late.

1. You are tired all the time
You could be tired for a million reasons, but if you still haven’t been able to find out why, your answer may lie here.

When there is a lack of an essential nutrients in your body, you will begin to feel exhausted. Pay attention to the things you eat, and check whether you are eating enough foods rich in Vitamin D.

2. You get sick oftenMany people just don’t know how important vitamins and minerals are to our body. We tend to dismiss vitamin intake because many people claim it’s ineffective.

If you are not getting enough vitamins from the food you eat, then you should definitely consider taking vitamin supplements.

Vitamin D strengthens the immune system, prevents us from getting sick often and reduces the risk of infections.

3. You sweat too much
If you are the only one sweating in a room where the temperature is relatively normal, your body is trying to tell you something.

The drops on the forehead or the moist palms are a sign that your body is releasing toxins under your skin, and that your body temperature is rising, which is one of the first signs of vitamin D deficiency.

4. You put on too much sunscreen
Sunscreen is important to protect you from dangerous UV rays, but it may also block you from absorbing vitamin D.

The sun is a great way to give your body this essential vitamin, especially if you don’t eat enough vitamin D foods.

Don’t stay in the sun too long, give yourself a few minutes of these vitamin rich rays that are absorbed into your body.

5. Back pain
Vitamin D plays a major role in maintaining healthy bones and muscles because it helps absorb calcium.

Researchers have conducted several studies and found a direct link between chronic lower back pain and a lack of this vitamin.

If it’s not your back that is killing you, but another part of the body, ask your doctor if it is possible that a vitamin deficiency could be the cause of the pain. If you are over 50, you should definitely check it out, as older people have more difficulty absorbing vitamin D.

6. Depression
Depression is not just feeling sad. The hormones in your brain are out of balance, and they make you feel exhausted, apathetic and unhappy.

Feel-good hormones like Serotonin work to improve your mood, and the best way to get this hormone flowing in your body is by exposure to bright light.

If you are unable to absorb vitamin D from the sun, take supplements to help these happy hormones.

7. Hair loss
For years I tried to fill in my baldness with the help of various hair products, but without success. When I told my librarian about these problems, she told me that I was probably lacking important nutrients in my body that help hair grow.

When I consulted the doctor and did a blood test, I found out that I was deficient in iron and vitamin D. The dermatologist told me that most people who suffer from hair loss lack two essential vitamins for healthy and strong hair.

8. Non-absorption
This sign is very important. If you do not absorb this vitamin well, you should see a doctor immediately.

You are very likely to experience all these signs of Vitamin D deficiency if you are unable to absorb certain foods properly, which causes many more problems than just a vitamin deficiency.

9. Feeling weak
If you can barely lift the grocery bags you bought, it’s a sign that your body is having trouble absorbing calcium, which keeps your bones healthy.

If you do not take these symptoms seriously, you may be at risk of osteoporosis in the future. Do a blood test and check your vitamin D level.

10. You stay indoors often
We cannot stress enough how important it is to get a dose of sunlight for the skin. Bright light does a lot more than just improve your mood (which isn’t a bad thing at all if you ask me).

The sun is the main source of vitamin D, so it is important that we get a healthy dose of sunlight several times a week.

If leaving the house is not an option, open the windows and let the sun’s rays come in.

Talk to your doctor about vitamin D supplements if you experience any of these signs.