Take this happy pill: Deficiency in vitamin D is linked todepression among urban Malaysian women
|Take this happy pill: Deficiency in vitamin D is linked todepression among urban Malaysian women||Darrell Miller||03/25/19|
March 25, 2019 05:48 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Take this happy pill: Deficiency in vitamin D is linked todepression among urban Malaysian women
Vitamin deficiencies are running rampant around the world, impacting a substantial amount of individuals. Over 70% of Malaysian women in urban areas tested positive for a vitamin D deficiency, specifically. The reason so many Malaysian women are prone to vitamin D deficiencies is because they have darker pigmentation, and they are heavily restricted in many forms of clothing. The lack of sunlight exposure due to these characteristics is what potentially contributes to an increase in levels of depression.
- It is widely known that Vitamin D is linked to calcium and bone growth, but the deficiency has also been linked to depression among Malaysian women.
- Vitamin D is gotten by the body through skin synthesis when exposed to the sun but these women are deficient through darker skin pigmentation and religious clothing styles.
- Some of the signs one can perceive when a person is deficient in Vitamin D are back or bone pain, getting sick or infected oftener, and hair loss.
"Based on the study findings, over 70 percent of the urban Malaysian women surveyed were vitamin D deficient."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-21-deficiency-in-vitamin-d-is-linked-to-depression.html