Additional D-Rich Foods To Consider:
Why Should We Care?
How Do We Know If We Are Deficient? Or, Is It Menopause? Or, Both??
I researched the symptoms and found that most of them are also linked to menopause. Is this a chicken/egg quandary? Vitamin D deficiency symptoms may include:
- Getting sick often
- Painful bones and back
- Muscle pain
- Depressed mood
- Impaired wound healing
- Hair loss
See what I mean? – Not sure about anyone else, but some of these symptoms randomly appear in my life these days. Of course, the best and safest way, to be assured that we are taking the best care of ourselves is to regularly see our doctors. Well-visits are way better, in my opinion, than the alternative. Course correcting early can make a big difference in our overall health.
The problem with allowing a prolonged Vitamin D deficiency is that it can lead to obesity, hypertension, diabetes, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, and Alzheimer’s – among others. The list was long enough that it got a little depressing. I stopped reading; made a well-visit appointment with my doc, popped a D supplement, and ate a hardboiled egg on my sunny deck. I suggest you join me.
With nearly one in ten people currently affected by diabetes, we thought we’d share this additional, comprehensive guide created to help diabetic individuals and their caretakers prepare for travel. – “Do You or Your Travel Partner Suffer From Diabetes? Here’s What You Need to Know When Traveling Domestically”
The guide provides tips on getting doctor’s notes and packing healthy snacks in advance of travel. it also covers the importance of making flight personnel aware of the condition should an emergency arise.