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1 How does high-dose vitamin D3 affect the human organism?
Vitamin D3 is essential for humans. It ensures a normal immune system and utilises calcium and phosphorus to maintain the calcium level in the blood. The body absorbs vitamin D3 through solar radiation. If the UV rays fall on the skin, the body produces vitamin D3 by itself. Since the human organism can absorb less sun in winter (due to the low level of solar radiation), care should be taken to consume more foods containing vitamin D in winter. Animal foods contain particularly large amounts of vitamin D3. These include fatty sea fish such as salmon, herring and mackerel. Eggs, butter, margarine and milk also contain moderate amounts of vitamin D3. Those looking for a vegetable source of vitamin D3 will find moderate amounts in avocados and mushrooms.
2 What is vitamin D3?
Vitamin D3 is an essential vitamin. It is one of the fat-soluble vitamins. In medicine, vitamins are defined as organic compounds that should be taken in daily. However, vitamin D3 is an exception. In contrast to other vitamins, the human organism can produce vitamin D3 itself. The vitamin is produced when the skin is exposed to sunlight, so sunlight is necessary. In case of a high solar radiation about 80% of vitamin D3 can be produced by the body itself. However, since nowadays not many people regularly spend time outdoors, more and more people suffer from a vitamin D3 deficiency.
3 How do you recognise a vitamin D3 deficiency?
If you spend most of the day indoors and only rarely come into contact with sunlight during the day, you are more likely to have a lower vitamin D3 level. However, the human organism can also absorb and process vitamin D3 through food. However, if you neither expose your skin to sunlight nor eat foods with a high vitamin D3 content, you can quickly slip into a lower range where vitamin D3 deficiency is referred to as a vitamin D3 deficiency.
Symptoms of vitamin D3 deficiency:
- increased susceptibility to infection
- Hair Loss
- Muscle aches
- Limb pain
- Decrease in bone density
- Bone Pain
- Disorders in calcium metabolism
- Mood swings
If a vitamin D3 deficiency is suspected, it is best to consult a doctor. The doctor should be given a detailed description of the symptoms and the medical history. On the basis of the existing symptoms, the doctor can determine whether a vitamin D3 deficiency is present. To exclude acute fluctuations, several D3 tests should be carried out over a fixed period of time. A single test often shows only a snapshot of the vitamin D3 content in the body and can be made more precise by repeating it. Taking vitamin D3 in the form of dietary supplements can easily correct a vitamin D3 deficiency.
Possible consequences of a vitamin D3 deficiency:
A severe vitamin D3 deficiency can have various consequences. For example, a vitamin D3 deficiency can cause osteomalacia. This is the softening of the bones in adults. A vitamin D3 deficiency can also cause rickets. Rickets refers to the insufficient mineralisation of the bones in children. In older people, a vitamin D3 deficiency can result in osteoporosis. This changes the bone structure and can cause pain.
4. areas of application of vitamin D3
Vitamin D3 is responsible for many different tasks in the human organism. The vitamin strengthens the human immune system and protects the body from pathogens and free radicals. In the worst case, these can damage the genetic material and genetic information. The vitamin promotes bone growth and regulates the calcium balance from the intestines. Vitamin D3 is also responsible for strengthening the muscles and regulating the absorption of minerals. The vitamin is also essential for the formation and development of bone stem cells. Vitamin D3, calcium and phosphate make the bones in the body stable and hard. Besides the bones, the teeth are also strengthened. Vitamin D3 reduces the risk of falling and protects people from falling. For this reason, it is especially recommended that people with osteoporosis take vitamin D3.
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Vitamin D3 is an important vitamin which is involved in many metabolic processes. People who are only exposed to a small amount of sunlight have a higher risk of developing a vitamin D3 deficiency. For this reason you should always make sure that your body receives a lot of sunlight. Otherwise, vitamin D3 should be taken from foods containing vitamin D3. This works best with a healthy and balanced diet. This is the best way to avoid a vitamin D3 deficiency. Typical symptoms of a vitamin D3 deficiency include hair loss, susceptibility to infections and muscle weakness. A vitamin D3 deficiency can be easily remedied with the help of dietary supplements. You can choose between vitamin D3 capsules and vitamin D3 tablets. Both forms are easy to handle and quickly enter the circulation.
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