Muscle pain indicates a vitamin D deficiency

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The chief physician of Moscow Hospital 71 and TV presenter Alexander Myasnikov revealed the most common and at the same time “inexplicable” symptom of vitamin D deficiency.

He spoke about it in detail on his show’s broadcast.

“People with vitamin D deficiency say that everything hurts. This is unexplained pain in the musculoskeletal system. If you notice such a symptom, you should check the level of vitamin D in the body, assuming you do not have an inguinal hernia, fibromyalgia or polymyalgia,” the doctor noted.

14 signs of an excess of vitamin D in the body

According to experts, you don’t have to sunbathe constantly to produce vitamin D.

He explained that half an hour in the fresh air is enough and emphasized that we need five to ten minutes of sun.

Sources of vitamin D include milk, eggs and seafood./

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