7 Signs Of Vitamin D Deficiency
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[Applause] [Music] seven unusual signs that you’re lacking vitamin D did you know that before the year 2000 most doctors believed that none of their patients could be vitamin D deficient but as technology to measure for vitamin D became affordable more studies were conducted according to dr. Michael Holick who is one of the leading vitamin D researchers the Center for Disease Control and Prevention the CDC reported that 32% of adults and children in the US were vitamin D deficient that’s a pretty high number so for that reason alone it’s important that you look for signs of vitamin D deficiency with more research being conducted Holyk believes that about 50% of the general population may be at risk for vitamin D deficiency the only way to know for sure if you are vitamin D deficient is by a blood test but the signs and symptoms that come along with this deficiency could be helpful as well before we begin this video don’t forget to subscribe to our channel for more daily tips like this and turn on notifications so you never miss our new videos now here are signs that you may be vitamin D deficient number one darker skin holy explains that if you have darker skin you may need as much as 10 times more sun exposure to get the same amount of vitamin D as an individual with pale skin he adds that your skin pigment acts as a natural sunscreen so the more pigment you have the more time you need to spend in the Sun many people don’t know that people who have dark skin are more at risk for developing a vitamin D deficiency this is because melanin which helps prevent certain skin cancers like melanoma and actually reduce the skins ability to provide vitamin D when responding to sunlight exposure people who have darker skin have more melanin allowing less sun exposure to enter the skin this means that less vitamin D is produced in the body in fact older adults with dark skin are known to be at a higher risk of developing a vitamin D deficiency number two you have the blues according to a study published in the American Journal of geriatric psychiatry one of the signs of vitamin D deficiency is having a low moon to prove this theory researchers studied 80 elderly patients and they found that those who had the lowest vitamin D levels were 11 times more likely to be depressed than those who had healthy levels of vitamin D in fact there are many different psychological changes that happen as a result of vitamin D deficiency scientists state that main symptoms associated with Si D seasonal affective disorder are a result of changing levels of vitamin D season affective disorder is a mood disorder which results in symptoms of depression during the winter months when there is less sunshine this occurs as a result of sudden drops and levels of vitamin D in a person’s body changing levels of vitamin D in the brain can affect serotonin levels affecting a person’s mood low levels of serotonin are linked to depression this is because serotonin is a chemical and a neurotransmitter in our bodies that helps regulate our moods sleep social behavior appetite and more if you notice that you become increasingly sad particularly during the winter months it may be because you have a vitamin D deficiency if this is the case consider talking to your doctor about a vitamin D supplement which can help increase the levels of vitamin D in your body and possibly help improve your mood surprised yet keep watching for some even more unusual signs that your body may be lacking vitamin D number three you’re at least 50 vitamin D is also a very common risk factor among seniors the reason that seniors are at a greater risk for developing a vitamin D deficiency is because as seniors age their ability to synthesize vitamin D from direct sunlight is reduced in addition to this vitamin D is activated in the body’s kidneys and this is a function which decreases as a person ages seniors are also less likely to exercise and live active lifestyles as they age they also tend to stay inside born according to the International Society for clinical densitometry about 95 percent of senior citizens may be vitamin D deficient the reason is not just because they spend a lot of time indoors another reason is that they produce less when they’re exposed to the Sun they add that an elderly individual over the age of 70 produces 30% less vitamin D than a younger person with the same sun exposure scientists state that people require up to 30 minutes of exposure to the Sun at least twice a week to get the necessary amount of vitamin D according to the food nutrition board the average amount of vitamin D intake that a person should get until the age of 50 is 200 international units I you for men and women men and women between the ages of 50 and 70 should have a daily intake of 400 international units while after the age of 70 the intake should raise to 600 I you for both men and women this is why there are many supplements available on the market which seniors can take to increase their intake of vitamin D number for obese overweight for high muscle mass whole link explains that vitamin D is fat soluble which means that the body will collect it so if you are overweight or obese your body will need a lot more vitamin D than the average person the same goes for those who have a lot of muscle and body mass he adds number 5 aching bones Olek says that many patients who visit their doctor and complain about aching bones and muscles are misdiagnosed for fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome it’s not an uncommon mistake but what I recommend is that before the doctor diagnoses you ask for a vitamin D blood test just so you can rule it out if it comes back negative number six sweaty head according to holy a sweaty head is one of the first signs of vitamin D deficiency he adds that many physicians used to ask new mothers if their newborn child was experiencing a sweaty head excessive sweating and newborns that due to neuromuscular irritability is still described as an early symptom of vitamin D deficiency number seven gut issues as mentioned earlier vitamin D is fat soluble so if you are having gastrointestinal issues that affect your body’s ability to store fat you could have lower absorption of fat soluble vitamins such as vitamin D says wholly certain gut conditions that are common include Crohn’s celiac and non-celiac gluten sensitivity and inflammatory bowel disease sources of vitamin D according to the dietitians of Canada the following are great sources of vitamin D brain products orange juice plain yogurt deli meat pork beef liver salmon eggs fruits and vegetables tuna makkal cheese egg yolks and cod liver oil just remember if you experience any of the symptoms mentioned though consult your doctor because you may be vitamin D deficient there are certain people who are more at risk for developing a vitamin D deficiency these people include the elderly those who have milk allergies those who have darker skin or those who follow a vegan diet symptoms associated with vitamin D deficiency include an increased risk of cardiovascular disease cancer asthma and children cognitive impairment in seniors and more it is extremely important to get a sufficient amount of vitamin D in order to avoid these health risks if you are not exposed to the Sun very often and you have a strict diet which doesn’t incorporate many foods which are rich in vitamin D it may be time to start talking to your doctor about the best types of supplements you should be taking for vitamin D and how many or how often you should be taking them it should be noted that there are many different harmful effects of overexposure to the Sun overexposure to the Sun can result in sunburn premature aging of the skin skin cancer and skin damage did you know that over 90% of skin cancers are caused by sun exposure this is why scientists are often debating about the best ways to get vitamin D although vitamin D comes from the Sun being in the Sun too long can pose all sorts of other dangerous health issues and risks which can lead to cancer overexposure to the Sun allows damaging and harmful UV rays to reach the inner skin layers of a person’s body this causes sunburn and can even kill or damage skin cells possibly developing into skin cancer although a small amount of UV exposure is good for us because it creates vitamin D too much sun exposure can lead to early aging skin cancer a low immune system and more this is why doctors suggest eating a diet that has foods that are rich in vitamin D that being said not many foods have vitamin D in them which is why vitamin D supplements are becoming increasingly popular speak to your doctor today about the best ways you can increase your levels of vitamin D your doctor will likely suggest taking vitamin D supplements what are some ways you try to get more vitamin D let us know in the comments section below enjoyed this video hit the like button and share with your friends also subscribe to our channel for more videos like this thanks for watching [Music]


44 thoughts on “7 Signs Of Vitamin D Deficiency

  1. What are some ways you try to get more vitamin D? Let us know in the comments section below! If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends! 😊

  2. I loved the content. Hated the delivery. 3 mins worth of content stretched out to 11 mins. I changed the speed of the video to 2X and the delivery was still incredibly slow.

  3. You show all these sunburnt people. They don't have to burn, but so many people do not know the secrets to stopping sunburn before it catches one unawares. Back around 1978 I was taking a health physics course at Atomic Energy Canada Limited (AECL) in Chalk River, Ontario. After learning how ionizing radiation creates energetic free radicals which then damage one's flesh, I asked the prof if there wasn't something we could put in there to suck up those free radicals and render them harmless. But they had quite a 'Not Invented Here' attitude and said it wasn't possible and that people already had glutathione to do that naturally. (From your pictures, glutathione is obviously not up to the job.) Well, it took about 30 years but now Purity Products New York makes OmegaBerry with several dark exotic fruit colorings that have a high ORAC value (Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity). After I started using this, I didn't need my 70 spf Coppertone Sport sunscreen in Phoenix Arizona anymore. I added a few more health items I knew about from the 1920's and now if I take my formula properly I can't even get a sunburn. I turn pink then brown overnight. No burning, no blisters, no peeling, and no pain. Just pink then brown. Overnight.

  4. Many of these variables, such as dark skin and being over 50, are not “signs of vitamin D deficiency.” They are characteristics of persons who are at a higher risk of vitamin D deficiency. You’re conflating different subjects and focusing on weird music and images.

  5. Could some kind soul please go through the torture of listening to the whole thing, and break it down for us in the comments section, so the rest of us don't have to put up with the loud annoying music and wordy wordy sentences?

  6. just been diagnosed with a vit d deficiency this week, been prescribed 10,000 IU to take 3 times a week. lethargic, nauseous pretty much all day, constant joint + body ache, struggling to eat or craving a food (fish for me), very low mood + not myself, very tearful or angry. my vit d level is currently 32, should be 52/53.

  7. i have experienced vitamin d deficiency and is terrible all symptoms here plus more, did any blood test possible mri xrays no one told me for simple vitamin d test i thought i have every deadly possible disease, i couldn breathe sweating deeo bone pain, joints pain ,headaches depression went to many drs they were stearing at me when i told my syptoms maybe think iam crazy or something they prescrbed me antidepressants i knew iam not depressed i was in pain, i have a frend endocrynologyst he told me i could lack vitamin d , he saved my life i did the blood test i was deficient 11 of total vitD in serum, i started to take vit D liquid 5.000iu daily with K2 and Magnesium for two weeks saw impowment
    so its crazy how a little vitamin can cause havoc in every system in our body.. this what doctors don't know they dont have basic knowledge for this deficiency.
    would not wish this to my worst enemy.

  8. Remove the music and sound effects. Its distracting and though the content is useful, iv got a headache listening and watching the video

  9. Holick actually recommends 4000iu and 5000 for pregnancy. He is one of the doctors I see for my issues and have been in contact with regarding vitamin d regularly for 6 months.

  10. I have done test and f and tsćthe my vitamin D is to bed only 25 . So I take IU 2000 but looks that is not inaf .

  11. 1. Darker skin need more sun ☀️. 2. You have the blues, depression. 3. You’re at least 50 years old. 4. Obese, overweight. 5. Aching bones 6.Sweaty head. 7. Gut issues, Crohn’s , celiac, IBD.

  12. nice picture of the sun simulator…where did the real sun go? you know, the yellow orange glowing ball of light in the blue skies??

  13. Live naturally. High doses of artificial supplements shouldn't be the first choice, absorption is surely doubted.

  14. I had significant vitamin D deficiency. Now it’s back to normal.
    The experts say if you don’t go out much, you should take vitamin D.

  15. My simple rules (after a couple years of research and experimenting on myself): Cut out grains, sugar, alcohol and vegetable oils out of the diet as they all cause inflammation and weak skin and as a result you will not be able to tolerate the sun for long periods without burning. Add foods high in Omega 3, especially fatty fish to the diet to strengthen skin, and plenty of vegetables such as pumpkin and sweet potatoes which are high in skin protective beto-carotenes. Ditch sunscreens as they stop Vitamin D absorption and are full of highly toxic chemicals which enter your bloodstream through your skin. Lastly, have some common sense by avoiding the hottest parts of the day in summer or cover up with suitable clothing if you need to be out for long periods.

  16. Am suffering with lacking Vitamin D3.

    Its horreble ill.

    Uuufffff.
    Joints pain muscules pain.

    And also facing mood swing issue..fuck off vitamin D uuuuuhhh

  17. you say black people have a higher risk of not enough vitamin d or in other words its better to be white in this regard but you show a brown woman smiling looking great and then lots of embarrassing pics of white people????? have we really become this pc?

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