Vitamin deficiency

How to understand which vitamins are missing in our body?

Vitamins perform important functions for the body:

  • they maintain proper metabolism,
  • follow enzymes,
  • promote metabolic processes,
  • report nerve signals, and perform other functions.

But all this is only when the vitamins enter the body in the required amount.

For example, if the body is healthy, then the hair should be brilliant and durable. If the hair do not keep the haircut, get tangled, have a dull color, even the nourishing masks do not save, it is one of the signs of vitamin deficiency. The dry and scratching head of the head testifies to the lack of vitamin E, and if the dermatitis occurs on the scalp, the lack of vitamin A or B vitamin supplements helps the scalp and nerve implantation.

Extremely oily hair suggests less than riboflavin, and strong hair loss is usually caused by folic acid or vitamin C deficiency. Tappe comes from B12 and B6 in the absence of vitamins or low fatty acids. In addition to the above mentioned, the hair suffers from minerals, in particular in the case of iron and calcium deficiency.

Healthy nails grow well and are single, smooth, and the skin of the whiskers is light pink, without cracks and tension. If the nails are bent, cracked, grow badly and have a colorless look, they are probably talking about the lack of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Deep imbalances testify to the inadequacy of vitamin A or vitamin E, and if the fingers are consumed, then, in all likelihood, it is necessary to fill the B vitamin deficiency.

In general, skin is the “mirror” of vitamin deficiency. Skin dryness, small or large wrinkles, skin pallor is caused by vitamin E or A, as well as nicotine acid deficiency. Skin fatigue and fatigue can indicate the presence of vitamin B2, laryngeal, fatty acids and the deficiency of fatty vitamins. If allergic and other types of dermatitis occur frequently, it is associated with vitamin B group deficiency and vitamin A (biotin) deficiency. In the case of the latter’s deficiency, hypergigmentation may appear on the skin that is expressed by the appearance of brown spots, moles. The yellowish color of the skin speaks about the lack of Vitamin B12.

Body skin also warns of problems with vitamins. Dry and cold on the thigh and shoulders speaks about the lack of vitamin A and E, and long-term rebuilding bruises, especially between the knees and arms, indicate vascular problems associated with vitamin C and vitamin C with deficit. Dermatoses of the skin, accompanied by excessive dryness, arise from the vitamin B group, especially in vitamin B3 or B6, with iodine deficiency.

Eye vitamin suppression also causes visual impairments that are commonly seen in the eyelids, especially in sharp movements. This is mainly due to vitamin D deficiency.

In the twilight vision (when a person sees bad in the dark), usually there is a deficiency of Vitamin A. In addition, the symptoms of the same vitamins deficiency can be the frequent inflammation of the eyes and eyelids, as well as the feeling of sand and burn in the eyes. There may also be circles under the eyes. At that time you should add vitamins R and B vitamins to your diet.

There are also many other symptoms of vitamin deficiency, about which the body is alerting to some or all of the symptoms. For example, lips are strongly dried and acne appears in the corners of the mouth. mouth mucous membrane is embolized, gums can bleed, white glaze develops, appetite disturbs, it can be selective or may be closed. People with Vitamin C deficiency often get sick, blood pressure changes, fingers are trembling, sweat in the evening is swollen, migraine can often occur, insomnia, man becomes irritable, bad dates and events are bad. In these cases, there is no specific vitamin deficiency, because many vitamins participate in metabolism

In case of such symptoms, consult a therapist or a family doctor and only choose the type and form of administration of the vitamin complex with tablets, capsule or injection.