Vitamin D is an extremely important vitamin that has powerful effects on several systems throughout your body. Vitamin D deficiency is very common. One of the risk factors of Vitamin D deficiency is depression.

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This study suggests that for people with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, taking a supplement of vitamin D and calcium is a simple, low-risk way to prevent vertigo from recurring. The study looked at 957 people in Korea with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo The participants were separated into two groups, intervention and observation. Read the article
“Here's something that may surprise you: those lingering symptoms of depression, anxiety, or obsessive mannerisms you can't seem to shake may not be solely related to messy genes, poor coping mechanisms, or faulty brain chemistry, but may be related vitamin deficiencies.” Read the article
“Vitamin D deficiency is associated with depression in patients with metastatic lung cancer. Depression modulates the survival implications of vitamin D deficiency in this population.” Read the article
“Vitamin D not only aids calcium absorption in the body, leading to good bone density and health, but also helps reduce inflammation, improves cell growth, neuromuscular and immune function.” Read the article
“Effective detection and interventions on adequate vitamin D levels in patients with depression might prove to be an easy and cost-effective intervention to improve long-term health outcomes” Read the article
“Vitamin D is an extremely important vitamin that has powerful effects on several systems throughout your body. Unlike other vitamins, vitamin D functions like a hormone, and every single cell in your body has a receptor for it. Your body makes it from cholesterol when your skin is exposed to sunlight.” Read the article
“Vitamin D plays a significant part in keeping our teeth, bones and muscles healthy. The NHS says the vitamin does this by helping to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body. People tend to absorb vitamin D from sunlight but can fall short of the daily criteria during the long winter months.” Read the article
“Vitamin D is necessary for building and maintaining healthy bones. That’s because calcium, the primary component of bone, can only be absorbed by your body when vitamin D is present. Your body makes vitamin D when direct sunlight converts a chemical in your skin into an active form of the vitamin (calciferol).” Read the article

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