12 Illnesses Caused By Low Vitamin D

Does it make bones weaker? What about heart disease? In today's video we will be talking about the illnesses linked to vitamin D deficiency, so keep watching until the very end.

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Intro – 0:00
Osteoporosis – 00:50
Respiratory issues – 01:29
Depression – 02:06
Increased risk of schizophrenia – 02:38
Fatigue – 03:11
Getting sick more often – 03:40
Back pain – 04:09
Impaired wound healing – 04:40
Hair loss – 05:08
Muscle pain – 05:51
Diabetes – 06:16
May develop certain cancers – 06:58
Causes of vitamin D deficiency – 07:31


1. Osteoporosis
It has been drilled into our brains that vitamin D is crucial for bones. So it may not come as a surprise that any loss of vitamin D could be behind bones getting weaker or leading to serious conditions. Low calcium in bones means an increased risk of fracture.

2. Respiratory Issues
Didn’t expect that? Not getting enough vitamin D is associated with an increased risk of respiratory problems like bronchitis, sinusitis and even pneumonia! During these weird times when coronavirus has reached every corner in the planet, keeping the lungs healthy is of vital importance.

3. Depression
Did you know that vitamin D is directly linked to your mood? It can make you feel happy or be the cause for your depression. Although there are numerous causes that trigger depression, not being able to meet your everyday requirement of vitamin D is one of them.

4. Increased Risk Of Schizophrenia
Just like in the case of other mental illnesses, the exact cause for Schizophrenia is also unknown. Still, statistics show that it is more prevalent in the regions with less sun, leading scientists to believe that the sunny vitamin D has a lot to do with it.

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