6. SEVERE MUSCLE PAIN
It is not easy to determine what causes muscle pain, but some studies suggest that it could be a sign of vitamin D deficiency. A lack of vitamin D can cause weakness in the muscles and lead to chronic muscle aches in both adults and children. Experts don’t have substantial evidence yet, but they suggest it starts quite subtly and builds up over time. There is also a link between chronic pain in muscles and low blood levels of v D.
These are a few symptoms to look out for to determine whether you have a v D deficiency or not. These signs are not evident in the beginning and are often difficult to recognize. Start by adding more v D rich foods to your diet and increase your sun exposure to increase your v D levels. V D deficiency is not difficult to fix, and once you restore the levels, it can benefit various aspects of your health.