Rickets. Classic vit d deficiency causes rickets, or bone softening. Additionally it has been linked to immune concerns, including asthma and cancer. The optimal level of vit d is under debate.
> risk. Some data suggest risk of multiple other problems. Get your d up to high normal.
See below. You can feel tired and you can develop a tingling of the nerves in the hands and feet. You may have a lower tolerance to pain.
Blood test. Measurement of serum 25ohd determines if you are deficient.
I would recommend- Vitamin d3 is quite essential for many things. The skin will make this on exposure to sunlight, but most people still need it as a supplement. It is necessary to absorb calcium from the GI tract, and prevent osteoporosis. But it bolsters the immune system, helps prevent prostate, breast, and colon cancers, and heart disease as well. I recommend 2000 iu of d3 per day!
Varies. Individuals with normal intestinal absortion function will need to take 2000 to 5000 iu daily for 6-12 weeks. However, individuals with malabsorption or renal failure requires much higher dose, .
2000-5000 units. Make sure you get a level pre and post supplementation after 3 months. Aim for a level of 50-70 for optimal health.
Vitamin D. Vitamin D3. Be sure to take magnesium glycinate along with it.
Bone health, plus. You need Vit D to absorb calcium, and low Vit D is associated with bone disease; rickets in its most severe form. This is very common since most of us don't get good sun exposure. Low Vit D is also associated with obesity, diabetes, depression, heart disease, muscle problems and many other things, but the precise "cause/effect" is not clear.
I recently got to know that I am vitamin d deficient and its 25. I have been very high dosage of vit d3. How long will it take me to recover completly?
Depends. High doses are not required. A daily dose of 2000 units of vitamin d3 is all that is necessary. Since it's fat soluble it will take about 3 mos to reach proper levels. Higher doses can get there faster, but then you have to back off to the lower replacement doses to avoid potentially toxic levels.
6-8 weeks. It usually takes 6-8 weeks to replace your stores, but that can vary a lot person to person depending on how well your body absorbs the supplement. Recommend also try to get in sun (use your sunscreen though) to help produce natural vitamin d. Also, even when your stores are filled back up, you have ongoing needs for the vitamin, so just don't stop cold turkey with supplementation.
Vitamin D. With gross deficiencies of vitamin d, one can have rickets -- where bones don't mineralize properly and can be deformed. Low d may show up as bone pain and muscle weakness at first. Low vitamin d also correlates with increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment in seniors, severe asthma in kids, cancer, hypertension, depression, glucose intolerance, and ms.
Tirdness and weaknes. Tiredness and weakness. Muscle and joint pains. Easy bruising. Spots that look like tiny, red-blue bruises on the skin.
Some risks... In a Denmark study, those with genetically low vitamin D levels had a higher risk of all-cause mortality—including cancer—in comparison to those who did not have genetically low vitamin D levels. The authors found NO connection between genetically low vitamin D concentrations & a higher risk of cardiovascular mortality. (consultant360.com/exclusives/could-vitamin-d-deficiency-increase-risk-death)
Many. First, dispel an error, vitamin D is not a vitamin at all, but a hormone. Receptors are present on most cells of the body. The best known effects are low calcium/phosphorous absorption & increased risk of osteoporosis. It also effects muscle strength, energy, mood, risk of thyroid & possibly other autoimmune diseases, very low levels assoc. With heart disease. More studied more importance is found.
Treat it. Vitamin d is claimed to do so many things it's hard to know which symptoms is caused by vitamin d deficiency. The best thing to do is treat it with a supplement to get it back to the normal range. Once it's normal, whatever remaining symptoms are then caused by something else and not the low vit d. (process of elimination).
Multiple Effects. Can cause bone and muscle pain. Is also associated with death from cardiovascular problems, cognitive impairment, and other symptoms.
Vitamin D deficiency. With gross deficiencies of vitamin d, one can have rickets -- where bones don't mineralize properly and can be deformed. Low d may show up as bone pain and muscle weakness at first. Low vitamin d can also correlates with increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment in seniors, severe asthma in kids, cancer, hypertension, depression, glucose intolerance, and ms.