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Could vitamin d deficiency contribute to my sleep problems?
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Dr. Robert Lang
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Possibly
Vitamin d effects most, if not all the organs in the body including the brain.
The problems with deficiency are not always the same in everyone. Regardless, if you are deficient, you would benefit from supplements to raise your blood level to at least 40-60 ng/dl according to the latest endocrine society guidelines.

In brief: Possibly
Vitamin d effects most, if not all the organs in the body including the brain.
The problems with deficiency are not always the same in everyone. Regardless, if you are deficient, you would benefit from supplements to raise your blood level to at least 40-60 ng/dl according to the latest endocrine society guidelines.
Dr. Robert Lang
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
In brief: Vit. D Deficiency
Deficiency can result in bone pain, weakness, muscle cramps, any of which can interfere with sleep.

In brief: Vit. D Deficiency
Deficiency can result in bone pain, weakness, muscle cramps, any of which can interfere with sleep.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Ali
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