Can a vitamin/mineral deficiency cause tingling in your fingers?

Yes. Vitamin b 12 deficiency, as well as hypothyroidism and diabetes can cause this. Get labs drawn and perhaps a nerve conduction study to determine if it is coming from a cervical spine injury.
Yes. Deficiencies in vitamin B12 can cause tingling. Thiamine deficiency (vitamin b1) may also cause tingling along with generalized weakness and fatigue.

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Will vitamin/mineral deficiency cause eczema-like symptoms? (if yes, what vitamin (s) or mineral (s)?)

Yes. Low zinc levels, low magnesium levels as well a deficiencies in vitamins c, b2, and b6. Along with low essential fatty acids can be associated to eczema. Do not forget the strong hereditary and allergic component. Read more...

Can a vitamin or mineral deficiency cause or contribute to sciatica and if so, which ones?

No. Although vitamin deficiencies can cause peripheral nerve disorders, especially B-1 and B-12, the pain and pattern of sciatica is due invariably to nerve compression at root level in lumbosacral cistern or in passage through pyriformis muscle group. Read more...

What causes ridges in fingernails and how can I treat them? Not all of my nails have ridges. Is this a result of a vitamin or mineral deficiency?

Nail ridges. There are many types of nail findings. Ridges can be a chronic illness, anemia, kidney disease, skin diseases, or arthritis problems the treatment is to cure the illness and the nails will get better. Read more...

I am suffering from MALABSORPTION and at the same time has EXCESS PRODUCTION OF SEBUM in SCALP. So which vitamin/mineral deficiency could cause this?

Multiple. Could have many because of the malabsorption. Consider digestive enzymes, probiotics and consult with your doc.. . Read more...
Multiple; more info. You don't tell me what your malabsorption is due to. Depending on the cause, there are various treatments. Also, various nutrients may or may not be absorbed. In short, discuss the issue with your gastroenterologist and if you are not satisfied, you may want to go a university-affilated clinic. Read more...

Is there a vitamin or mineral deficiency that can cause problems with one's focus?

Yes ... When using nutrients, one has to be careful of not overloading the body. Elevated copper can increase hyperactivity, oxidative stress and stress zinc requirements. The wrong kind of folate (folic acid) for those with mthfr mutations can also affect mental wellness. If there is a specific condition you are treating it is best to do so under guidance. Also, add one supplement at a time to assess effects. Read more...

What are common vitamin and mineral deficiency diseases?

Depends. In an average person taking a mixed diet no vitamin deficiencies are expected. The common vitamin deficiency in the US is vitamin D insufficiency. Alcoholics usually have vitamin B deficiency, especially thiamine. Many food stuffs in the US have vitamin added, e.g. with folic acid. Vegans are at of risk of B12 and vitamin D deficiency. A person not taking any fruits or vegs could lack vitamin C. Read more...

If I have a vitamin or mineral deficiency or if I have an excess of particular minerals or vitamins will I get symptoms to let me know I have?

Often not. In general, the vitamin or mineral deficiency or excess has to be pretty significant in order to cause symptoms. For example, vitamin D deficiency causes many things including bone disorders which causes damage even when you have no symptoms. Best to review what is recommended vitamin and mineral intake and make sure your diet includes these; back-up plan is daily multiple vitamin supplement. Read more...