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Vitamin D deficiency: Consequences of modern lifestyle

Vitamin D deficiency: Consequences of modern lifestyle

Different types of vitamins are mostly found in food. Vitamin D3 can be produced by the body when the UVB rays in the sun's rays are absorbed into the skin and processed into dermal 7-dehydro cholesterol to become vitamin D, the starting element. Vitamin D3 results in vitamin D through biochemical actions in the liver and kidneys. Knowing this, it is clear that the nutrients in the diet alone are not enough to make vitamin D. In addition to the specific 7-dehydro cholesterol in the skin, ultraviolet rays also need to be absorbed into the skin. The ability to properly perform the biochemical processing of vital organs of the body such as the liver and kidneys is also required to make vitamin D from the precursor of vitamin D3. This ability is the metal-producing ability of Dhatvagni, Panchbhutagni mentioned in Ayurveda.

When we find out about vitamin D deficiency, we think that if the doctor prescribes a dose of the prescribed dose based on the blood report, then the deficiency will go away. This is not entirely true. This is because over-the-counter vitamin deficiencies are not the only cure. Proper absorption by the pores in the skin is essential for the sun's rays, which are essential for the formation of vitamin D, and therefore for the special vitamin D to reach the element under the skin. It is also important that the function of the liver and kidneys is maintained in order for the action to take place.

What does vitamin D deficiency have to do with lifestyle?

According to the latest survey by the Associate Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India last April, 4% of the population in Delhi is deficient in vitamin D. Of these 5%, 4% are 21 to 5 years old, 5% are 20 to 5 years old, 15% are 40 to 5 years old. 5% for 40 to 50 years. While only 1% are in their 20s and 30s. Thus, among the youth under the age of 30, vitamin D deficiency is most prevalent.

Vitamin D deficiency affects many functions of the body. like,

  • Tingling in the body, pain in the muscles and joints.
  • Weakening of bones.
  • Imbalance in diseases like blood pressure, diabetes.
  • Decreased immunity.
  • Lack of motivation to work, laziness, depression.

More than one biochemical action in the body is responsible for the production of vitamin D. Similarly, proper maintenance of vitamin D is essential for the multifaceted functions of the body. Therefore, it is not correct to assume that vitamin D deficiency only affects the bones. That is why it is necessary to be vigilant about the cause and remedy of deficiency instead of just controlling the quantity with a tablet.

What to do to overcome vitamin D deficiency?

To avoid sunburn, experiment with various cosmetics used to whiten the skin, stay in the shade for a long time in the shade and in an air-conditioned enclosed and artificial light environment, ignore the essentials for health like hunger, sleep, rest to meet time constraints and competitive conditions. Reasons such as eating irregularly and not nutritionally but keeping in mind the taste are difficult to avoid in modern lifestyle. That is why more youth are affected. Today's youth are not going to play in the street, in the square, in the field. Open-air games have been replaced by video-mobile games. Club or indoor arrangements are also preferred for sports like tennis, badminton, squash. Very few young people know how to ride a bicycle and prefer it. Scooters, motorcycles or even air-conditioned vehicles also block out sunlight. In addition to all this, lack of nutrition in food is real! To eliminate vitamin D deficiency, 15 to 20 minutes of sun salutation on the balcony, balcony or ground where the sun is hot in the morning is the most effective way. With sun exposure during sunbathing, blood circulation in various body conditions such as glands like waist, neck, throat, stomach, intestines, liver, pancreas, kidney, adrenaline, thyroid-parathyroid is done properly. From the body's juices (a suitable substance formed after digestion of food) improves the function of metallurgy, which is necessary for the nourishment of every metal like blood, meat, fat, bones, marrow. The direct effect of which is on the multi-dimensional digestion, nutrition, metabolism of the body and the body strives to recover on its own. Along with this it is beneficial to maintain regularity in meal time, sleep etc. with foods rich in vitamin D like milk, buttermilk, mushrooms, eggs. Ayurvedic herbs can also be taken to treat vitamin D deficiency after nature testing and diagnosis.

Proven experience

Swallowing vitamins is not the only way to overcome vitamin deficiency. It is also necessary to improve the lifestyle responsible for the 'toxic condition' of the vital organs of the body.

અહીંથી વાંચો ગુજરાતી રિપોર્ટ 1

અહીંથી વાંચો ગુજરાતી રિપોર્ટ 2


Vitamins are important in the nutrients needed for the body's nutrition, regeneration and protection. The word 'vitamin' means the vitality-vital element required for health.

Calcium and Vitamin D:

Adequate supply of calcium and vitamin D throughout life is essential for bone health. Adequate calcium is a natural mineral needed for life. Calcium plays an important role in bone growth and keeping it healthy. It also keeps your teeth healthy. In the process of blood clotting, mating is also good. Calcium helps in the process of blood clotting, muscle contraction and many other important functions in the body.

નોંધ:- અમારો હેતુ આપને માત્ર સારી માહિતી પોરો પાડવાનો છે, કોઇપણ ઉપચાર નિષ્ણાંત ની દેખરેખ અને આપની તાસીર મુજબ કરવો.

If the calcium level remains normal, your heart also works normally. In other words, the amount of vitamin D should be sufficient for the body to absorb the calcium components and reach every organ. Vitamin D is important in bone formation in children. Vitamin D deficiency also reduces bone strength.

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