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Hair loss is a side effect of vitamin D deficiency. A study demonstrates



A number of people believe that low levels of vitamin D is a risk factor for developing alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that causes severe hair loss from the head and other parts of the body and can affect both men and women, however there is not enough research on it. Until now.


And one new study recently in America found that women and men between the ages of 18 and 45 who have experienced hair loss have low levels of vitamin D, so there is a link between hair loss and vitamin D deficiency, according to thehealthsite.

Vitamin D is necessary for many important body functions, and it is also called the sunshine vitamin, it helps the body absorb calcium, promote bone growth, boost immunity, maintain healthy skin, stimulate cell growth, and help form new hair follicles. It may protect you from a range of diseases and conditions, including This includes diabetes, hypertension, glucose intolerance and multiple sclerosis.



The daily recommended amount of vitamin D is 400-800 IU. If you do not get the recommended amount of vitamin D, you may be at risk of developing a range of health conditions. Vitamin deficiency has been linked to a range of health problems, including rickets when Children, osteoporosis in adults, increased risk of cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment, severe childhood asthma and cancer.

 

Learn other signs of vitamin D deficiency

Frequent disease

 Vitamin D helps keep your immune system strong to fight infection, lack of this nutrient can increase your risk of disease or infection and make you sick a lot.



Fatigue and tiredness

A large observational study found that women with blood levels of vitamin D below 20 ng / ml or 21-29 ng / ml were more likely to complain of fatigue than those with blood levels greater than 30 ng / ml. In the blood less than 20 ng / ml minus.


Bone and back pain

People with a vitamin D deficiency are more likely to experience lower back pain, as well as bone pain in the legs, ribs, or joints, compared to those with blood levels in the normal range, according to studies.



Slow wound healing

When vitamin D levels are very low, your wounds or injury may take longer to heal, resulting in the production of compounds necessary for the formation of new skin. Vitamin D deficiency can impair wound healing.

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