Which vitamin deficiency is the worst?

D3. Iodine, B. There are so many. Start with vitamin d3, iodine and b complex. However, take a blood test to see if you have these deficiencies so you don't over do it.

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What are the signs of a vitamin deficiency?

Hundreds of signs. There are many different vitamins & deficiencies of each can cause a wide variety of symptoms & signs, so virtually any symptom or health problem could be a sign of a vitamin or mineral deficiency.This may not only cause many symptoms but can lead to increased risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, infections etc. See www.Healthsupplementsnutritionalguide.Com/vitamin-deficiency-symptoms.Html. Read more...

What do vitamin deficiency diseases look like?

That list is long. There are so many vitamin deficiencies and so many diseases. I once wrote up a list and it was a lot of work and a lot of information. You may want to use emedicine to answer your question. Read more...
Varies on vitamins. Vitamin a deficiency can cause night blindness..Vitamin B12 can cause autoimmune disorders..Vitamin c deficiency can cause scurvy which can cause bleeding gums, loss of teeth, fever...Vitamin k deficiency can cause uncontrolled bleeding and underdeveloped faces and bones...And a long list to go.. Read more...

How to determine if I have a vitamin deficiency?

See your doctor. Different vitamin deficiencies have different symptoms. If you are concerned see your doctor and they can recommend the appropriate blood test based on your symptoms. Read more...

How can you get tested for a vitamin deficiency?

Vitamin testing. Blood levels of vitamins can be measured but these are often not helpful and or misleading. A level in the bloodstream may not have any correlation to the level of the vitamin in a tissue in the body. Total panel testing is usually not appropriate; a focused test for a level of a specific vitamin based upon a clinical exam is the only thing that would be appropriate. Read more...

What are the major symptoms of vitamin deficiency?

It depends. Each vitamin is essential to your body for a different reason. A deficiency in one may have symptoms different than others. If you suspect a deficiency, speak to your physician. Most deficiencies, including vitamin d, can be addressed by a proper diet. Read more...
Depends. we need all our vitamins and minerals. It is important to eat slowly and to chew your food to optimize your body's ability to absorb the vitamins and minerals. Symptoms can range from fatigue, brain fog, tingling,palpitations etc. if you suspect a deficiency you should see a doctor and have the levels measured. Read more...

Could my childs behaviour be a vitamin deficiency?

Unlikely if he. Is taking a childrens multivitamin, ask your board certified pediatrician. Read more...
Test. Find an integrative medicine physician to do comprehensive micronutrient testing. It is likely there are other factors involved, but deficiencies could be a part of the puzzle. Read more...

What is the most common type of vitamin deficiency?

Vitamin D. Although there is quite a debate ranging on what level defines a vitamin d deficiency and therefore it is hard to say precisely how many people actually have one, the lack of sun exposure for many people and poorer conversion among the elderly seems to be making this the number one deficiency. Read more...