What can be the consequences of a deficiency of vitamin D in the body?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 03, 2020 12:44 PM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 03, 2020 12:44 PM

Vitamin D is important for your immune system. When you are lacking vitamin D you can expect to get more colds and flus and recover from them slower.
Your mortality is 3-fold higher as a study has shown in patients from an intensive care department: An intermediate level had a mortality rate of 35%. And a satisfactory level of vitamin D had a mortality of only 16%. Between the low level of vitamin D and the normal level there was a 3-fold difference in mortality! take enough vitamin D3
You are at a higher risk of getting a stroke and not recovering from a stroke: There was a clear division between those whose levels were higher than 10 ng/ml or lower. When the vitamin D level was higher, there was a 90% better recovery from their stroke after 3 months. In comparison those whose vitamin D levels were below 10 ng/ml had poor recovery rates. Experts say that vitamin D levels should stay in the range between 50 and 80 ng/ml. This will prevent numerous diseases.
A Chinese study showed that vitamin D is vital for insulin producing cells to recover: vitamin D3 protects beta cells in the pancreas from dying off. The finding was that vitamin D3 receptors in the insulin producing cells prevented the dying off of these cells, as long as there was enough vitamin D available. Insulin production by the pancreas remained effective.
Those patients with inflammatory conditions are much better off with vitamin D supplements: the interleukin-6 level of the vitamin D3 group had a reduction of 37.3%. This was in stark contrast to the placebo group where the interleukin-6 level reduction was only 17.2%.
A lack of vitamin D can lead to attention deficit disorder.
Low vitamin D levels is associated with higher risk for schizophrenia: Studies compared 40 patients with an acute psychosis to 41 patients in remission and 40 healthy controls. Patients with an acute psychosis had extremely low vitamin D blood levels, while patients in remission had much better vitamin D levels. Healthy controls had the best vitamin D levels.

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