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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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