What to do with avitaminosis: causes and consequences. Vitamins

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What to do with avitaminosis: causes and consequences. Vitamins

What to do with avitaminosis: causes and consequences. Vitamins
Avitaminosis can catch you at any time. Even in the beautiful season of spring, when the sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the temperature is getting warmer and warmer.

Along with the positive changes in nature, this is also a time when we are lacking vitamins - this is called avitaminosis.

The lack of sunshine and winter colds make our bodies weaker. The vitamins in our bodies become much weaker during the winter, and any shift in weather can seriously affect your immunity. As a result, every start of a new season, people start to feel sick.

Vitamin deficiencies can usually be related to:
  • Colds, worsening of various illnesses during the winter, the flu.
  • Inadequate rest, insomnia, exhausting work, high stress, etc.
  • Lack of vitamins from fruits and vegetables.
  • Various bad habits (alcohol abuse and smoking).

Symptoms:

If you don't get rid of vitamin deficiencies - it can take a very serious toll on your health. There are also other symptoms of avitaminosis, which seriously affects your appearance and health. If you notice that you have any of these symptoms, you should contact your doctor for advice.
  • Apathy.
  • Fatigue.
  • Asthenia.
  • Depression.
  • Insomnia.
  • Hair loss.
  • Nail problems.
  • Yellow or pale skin (and other skin problems).

Symptoms depend on which particular vitamin your body is lacking. Avitaminosis can lead to serious problems and consequences.
  • Vitamin A deficiency leads to serious problems with your health. Vision problems, skin problems, and hair loss.
  • Vitamin B deficiency leads to neurological and metabolic disorders, as well as other serious illnesses.
  • Vitamin C deficiency can cause bleeding, exhaustion, pain in your extremities and an increased risk of serious illness.
  • Vitamin D deficiency causes soft tissues, growth problems in children, and affects your overall health.
  • Deficiency of vitamin E causes weakness in muscles, hormonal and nervous disorders.
  • Deficiency of vitamin K can lead to bleeding.

Three basic steps to help you avoid avitaminosis:
  • Good nutrition for your immune system. Make sure you have a good diet and that your food gives you plenty of vitamins. Pay attention to what you eat and choose what works best for your body. Your diet should have plenty of vitamins and a variety of foods.
  • Vitamins. If your body doesn't have enough vitamins, buy a vitamin complex.
  • Exercise: Regular exercise stimulates your immune system, improves concentration, circulation, and your emotional state.

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