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They found vitamin D deficiency in 80 percent of shift workers—folks who work outside the typical 9-to-5 day. More than three-quarters of indoor workers and 72 percent of health care students were also vitamin D-deficient. And even among health care workers, vitamin D deficiency varied by job. Workplace wellness programs could include education about the importance of adequate vitamin D levels. This could help prevent adverse health outcomes linked to vitamin D deficiency.

The researchers commented, “Certain occupations are suffering from, or have a predilection to suffer from, a deficiency of this vitamin. Shift workers and indoor workers are consistently reported as being the occupational group most likely to suffer from a deficiency of vitamin D3. Giovannucci says taking a supplement of at least 1,000 or even 2,000 IU per day is usually the most practical way for people to maintain vitamin D levels, but your doc may prescribe more or less depending on how deficient you are. Most doctors will recommend taking vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) supplements specifically.

VITAMIN D is unique in that it’s created the moment sunlight lands on your skin. However, if you’ve been shielding due to coronavirus, or have hardly have left your house, you may be deficient in. Vitamin D deficiency — when the level of vitamin D in your body is too low — can cause your bones to become thin, brittle or misshapen. Vitamin D also appears to play a role in insulin production and immune function — and how this relates to chronic disease prevention and cancer — but this is still being investigated. Given the spread of the virus and prevalence of vitamin D deficiency around the world, the potential for increased COVID-19 risk from low vitamin D.

One of the most important changes you can make to raise your vitamin D levels is to get more sunlight. “Try to get at least five to 10 minutes outside, three times a week without sunscreen. If you are uncertain whether you are vitamin D deficient or not, you must take note of the symptoms of the deficiency. One way is to take a look at your hands, particularly your nails. En español | You know vitamin D can help you fend off osteoporosis and falls. But if recent headlines have you thinking you might want to pop some more of it to avoid a severe case of COVID-19, know that researchers are still sorting out how, exactly, a deficiency in the vitamin may make you more vulnerable to the disease’s more serious symptoms..

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A vitamin D deficiency caused by a lack of adequate exposure to sunlight, therefore, can promote melanoma formation.37 This is consistent with other studies that have shown that sunlight has a protective effect against many forms of cancer.

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Vitamin D deficiency in general medical inpatients in summer and winter.

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In the same way that doctors sometimes erroneously prescribe steroid drugs to the detriment of their Lyme patients, some Lyme sufferers may intentionally increase their Vitamin D consumption and exposure to sunlight only to their own detriment.

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homebound or confined to a nursing home are, therefore, at increased risk of becoming vitamin D deficient, as a result of both diminished efficiency in cutaneous production and reduced effective solar exposure.

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If so, the patient needs to be screened for vitamin D deficiency.

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The American National Institute of Health (NIH) has linked deficiencies of the sun-made vitamin D to rising rates of many diseases, including osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, and diabetes, just to name a few.

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60% of nursing home residents may be vitamin D deficient.

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These patients are often vitamin D deficient, and physicians are reluctant to treat the vitamin D deficiency because there is concern that the patients will become more hypercalcemic.

“Vitamin D: Physiology, Molecular Biology, and Clinical Applications” by Michael F. Holick
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Although avoidance of dairy products, the principal dietary source of vitamin D, insufficient sun exposure, and sun screen use, undoubtedly contribute to vitamin D deficiency in the elderly [25].

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It’s easy for the body to manufacture plenty of vitamin D from brief exposure to UVB radiation a few times a week, but it’s very hard to get that same amount of vitamin D from diet alone.

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  • my doctor told me i had low vitamin d a few months ago and gave me me pills to take everyday. but i forgot to take them for 2 months and now I’ve had horrible headaches and been sick for weeks

  • Can i take ashwagandha 500mg and vitamin d3 5000iu at the same time daily?? My vitamin d3 result is 10.52 insufficiency. Please let me know thank you.

  • These are all the “pre conditions” everyone is talking about with #COVID19. The #coronavirus is like the nail in the coffin for some people since #VitaminD deficiency is directly correlated with #ARDS. This is the missing link and it’s so obvious.

  • Sun exposure? I am much more concerned about skin cancer than low vitamin D, especially since it can be addressed with food and supplements.

  • I wonder why no one is talking about applying vitamin D supplements to your skin. Would make a lot of sense to me. It couldn’t hurt and I bet it would work

  • 10k UIs daily, along with 100mcg of K2-mk7, also Selenium (Se), Iodine
    (I) and Magnesium (Mg). I would say ´´never talk to your Md about

  • UV-C light by Eden Park Illumination and Ushio. UV-C is less dangerous to the skin. (not cancer causing) but does clean an environment. I live in Palm Springs, CA sun is good.

  • Many (probably most) medical doctors know very little about herbal, natural treatments/cures… because they didn’t have much study in them if any; they studied medicines. ref. e.berg. Last year i have been terribly sick since before the summer to about Feb 2020. But I had symptoms I did not recognized much earlier than that. Doctors prescribed for me antibiotics, steroid… which i think caused more problems I got thrust, and I still was sick. But there is a specific doctor who ‘s knowledgeable with the natural, I have been listening to him seriously in recent months. While being sick I realized that I had manifested symptoms. I recognized them through his teaching;. So I took his advise; and got the natural supplement that he mentioned. After taking it I showed immediate improvement: the lungs congestion went away, the shortness of breath, constipation, coarseness, bloating, flatulence, allergies,….all went away…. but it takes careful learning. And so I am careful to research diligently. For eg. vitamin C as Ascorbic Acid is not the complete vitamin C. I am careful to stay away from the synthetic vitamins. I believe going with raw whole food supplements are the best.
    I’m a firm believer that God has put great natural things in earth for us; to help us I am thankful! Thankful for knowledge.

  • People of color cannot get enough Vit D through the sun or food. The melanin blocks the sun’s UV rays in melanated skin. Therefore, supplements are necessary for this population.

  • Yes it’s true…I had all the vd was 10..every winter I had irregular menstruation non stop bleeding more than 5 month..until I took birth control it wasn’t stop..last year same problem and also vibration under my left breast,twitching all over my body…and with all these symptoms that show in this video..I dont have pcod or any health problems…so my dr check my vd just because my bones were hurting…so my vd was 10…after taking vd all problems were gone in a month…and my period is regular now..

  • If u are extremely low on vitD getting vitD from health shop etc will not make u catch up where u should be with it u need high doses from doctor on prescription.then u can keep it topped up from health shops also a lot of people are advising to take k2 with it but its not always the case. My doctor has given me high doses of vitD but my body is high of calcium which has caused a tumour in my throat which i am shortly to undergo an operation always be sure ur not too high in calcium before taking k2.Stay well guys��

  • I bet this is why when I lived in Vegas my hair and nails grew long, and my face was glowing. Came back to cold ass Cleveland and now I just feel sick and depressed. My hair is dry, coming out, and significantly shorter. I miss that Vegas sun.

  • No single vitamin can be to blame…. it’s unclean water, unclean air, lack of real minerals like Celtic salt. To much processing in food, toxic exposure like deodorant and toothpaste… fluoride and aluminium are deadly…. So if you test for vitamin d. YOU WILL without a doubt test low….. and the drug company will recommend their drug… thus is how they sell. Do your research before you trust in anyone else to promote your own health…. they prey on the sick..

  • So, I am a 56 year old caucasian female and I supplement with a K2 and D3 10,000iu a day. When I was taking D3 5,000iu I was tested amd my level was in the 80’s. Should I take less? What was the >50 being bad for women?

  • I’m Vitamin D Deficient so my doctor has me taking 4000 units of Vitamin D a day. I feel so much better now that I take it. No more out of sorts days, my BiPolar is under control and I feel healthier. If you think your Vitamin D Deficient you should get it checked out you will feel better knowing. This is the only vitamin I have to take and taking one vitamin a day is really no big deal and better than not feeling well all the time. Thanks so much for sharing this video.

  • Vitamin D helped me Treat and then Cure my “untreatable” condition, Chronic urticaria: This is my story:

  • Like to add bariatric surgery as a cause for deficiency and i suspect sphincter of oddi dysfunction is also associated some how.. The most common symptoms reported to me is muscle cramps which can be anywhere most common cramps r Feet and calfs with the calf cramping waking some up from sleep, others have reported calf cramping during sex. Others report diaphragmatic cramping that feels like a ” catch” in the side like they were running as a child. These symptoms I have found to be in persons with a D3 level below 20.