A sign in the head that indicates a vitamin D deficiency

Vitamin D helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body, so its deficiency can lead to bone pain, and one of the signs of vitamin D deficiency is a sweaty scalp, according to the British newspaper Express.

In the summer months, most people get enough vitamin D through exposure to sunlight and a healthy, balanced diet, and the NHS says we don't produce enough vitamin D from sunlight. We need to get vitamin D from your diet.

About 20 percent of adults may be deficient in vitamin D.

Dietary vitamin D is found in several types of foods, such as oily fish, fish liver oil, red meat, fortified cereals, and egg yolks.

Bad mood, muscle weakness and weight gain can also be signs of vitamin D deficiency, and not reaching the required amount of this vitamin may weaken immunity, and it must also be emphasized that excessive intake of vitamin D supplements can be harmful, and therefore If you feel that you are deficient in Vitamin D, please consult your doctor.

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