By aging or injuries joint pain is most often caused, and it is not widely known as a possible symptom of some vitamin deficiency.
Joint and back pain is result of physical inactivity, and it is of vital importance to start exercising regularly to support your overall health.
The pain might be due to poor dietary habits. It was found that vitamin D deficiency often causes joint and back pain, as well as the following symptoms:
- Constant sweating
- Poor sleep
- Mood swings
- Improper balance
- Muscle pain
- Burning and itching sensation in the feet
In a simple way you can check of you are deficient in this vitamin: just press the chest bone and if you feel a painful pressure, you are most likely lacking it.
You should expose to sunlight for about 15 minutes every day to optimize its levels, and also make some dietary changes.
Food that abound with vitamin D include egg yolks, mackerel, mushrooms, and tuna.
You can use supplements as well, and choose the ones that contain vitamin D3 and not D2. Due to the direct sunlight exposure D3 is the vitamin produced. To help the digestive system as well take probiotics.
Your painful symptoms will be gone in a very short time!