If you feel constant fatigue, irritability, you have vision problems, your body may lack important vitamins or minerals. The main reason for this is the wrong diet. What other signs will indicate that there is a vitamin deficiency in the body?
Lack of vitamins is common. The root cause of vitamin deficiency is an inadequate diet. The next problem is impaired absorption in the gastrointestinal tract. Vitamin deficiency symptoms can be very varied. Here are the typical signs indicating a vitamin deficiency. It is important to know them in order to fix the problem.
Vitamin deficiency symptoms
Vitamin deficiency can occur at any age, but children, pregnant women and the elderly are more susceptible to this problem.
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Manifestations of anxiety are restlessness, causeless fear, rapid pulse, sweating, insomnia.
Insufficiency of a number of vitamins is associated with increased anxiety.
Vitamin D is essential for bone development, immune defense, and inflammation.
Vitamin B6 works in the synthesis of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), serotonin, dopamine, which are neurotransmitters. Vitamin B3 is involved in the conversion of tryptophan to serotonin, which regulates anxiety.
Pathology of night vision
Changes in vision in the dark, discomfort from bright or low light can be a factor in the so-called night blindness. It is caused by a vitamin A deficiency. The latter is important for visual function, immunity and skin; it is involved in the transmission of impulses to the retina.
Scurvy develops as a result of vitamin C deficiency. Other manifestations of the disease: tooth decay, thinning hair, fatigue.
Vitamin C fights harmful free radicals, is essential for immunity, helps the absorption of iron, and participates in the creation of collagen.
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Fatigue can be triggered by a variety of factors (lack of sleep, poor diet, illness). Lack of vitamins also causes fatigue.
Vitamin E fights inflammation. It is involved in immune defense. Lack of vitamin E also provokes muscle fatigue.
B vitamins help convert food into energy.
Vitamin D deficiency also contributes to persistent fatigue.
Brittle nails and hair
Vitamin B7 is involved in energy production, in the synthesis of protein amino acids important for the growth of nails and hair.
Iron is important for the health of nails and hair, it is necessary for the production of hemoglobin in the blood. Insufficient iron content is associated with brittle nails. Iron deficiency also activates hair loss.
Zinc is involved in immune defense, protein production, and hormone synthesis. Zinc deficiency causes loss of taste, diarrhea, poor wound healing, muscle wasting, hair loss and thinning.
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