6. laziness, slowness, apathy
The above mentioned symptoms may be caused by a number of reasons. Try to figure out what is causing you to feel tired or apathetic. Often the reason is the lack of vitamin D. So try adding vitamin D to your meals.
7. Digestive problems
Having defecation problems is often a topic that is not spoken about. Because of this, we tend to suffer from this in silence without talking about it.
People who have problems with their bowel movements often have a deficiency of vitamin D. These problems may also arise by food poisoning, stress, medication, or iron deficiency. Crohn’s disease may also be a cause. Regardless of the complaints and causes, this is a symptom that can embarrass many people. Try an alternative to your normal medication and use extra vitamin D.
8. Dark Skin
People with dark skin are more likely to have a strong deficiency of vitamin D, if you have dark skin you need 10 times more sunlight to produce vitamin D than a person with a fair complexion.
Dr. Holick explains that your skin color is a natural sunscreen. The darker your skin color the more sunlight you need to absorb in order to get the right amount of vitamin D. You will need about 25 times more exposure time as a fair-skinned individual in order to produce the same amount of vitamin D.
9. Sweaty head
According to Dr. Holick a sweaty head is a standard symptom of vitamin D deficiency. A sweaty head is common in babies. Excessive sweating in newborn infants can be a result of neuromuscular irritability and can be considered as a common, early symptom of vitamin D deficiency.
10. Bone pain
A deficiency of vitamin D can lead to muscle weakness and bone pain. However, a deficiency of vitamin D does not necessarily have to be a connection with these symptoms. Vitamin D is known as the “sunshine” vitamin, you acquire it when exposed to the sun.
You can also get vitamin D from foods such as milk, other dairy products, fatty fish, cod-fish oil and eggs. Make sure you consult a doctor if you experience any of these symptoms. The physician can determine whether it is up to a lack of vitamin D.