Vitamin D Deficiency: 7 Signs Your Levels Are Too Low

Posted on Sep 19 2016 - 10:10am by Yam

Vitamins are very necessary for most of us. We need nutrients from them when sometimes we felt weak and not able to move our body. This means that you must provide them through your diet or by consuming a supplement. They are essential for your health, and when you are deficient in them, there may be health consequences and diseases.

One example of the vitamins that we needed in our body is the Vitamin D. There are known to be four fat soluble vitamins actually. These are Vitamin A, D, E and K. But did you know that in vitamin D, there are two forms on it, the vitamin D2 and vitamin D3. Vitamin D2, is better known as ergocalciferol, this is found in bastioned foods, plant foods, and supplements. While vitamin D3, also well known as cholecalciferol, comes from bastioned foods, animal foods supplements, and can be make internally when your skin is exposed to radiation from the sun. Basically, these two are not the same.

Many assume you can just take a pill supplement but that’s not the case. Here’s 7 tell-tale signs you may be low in Vitamin D.

1. Your Bones Ache

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A person suffering from aches, pains, and tiredness are often thought to have chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia. Nonetheless, these indications are also normal manifestations of a vitamin D deficiency. This can cause an aching, throbbing pain in the bones. Mounting records and studies also points to vitamin D being effective at prevention of tooth cavities.