The “most important vitamin”… Its high causes excessive urination and failure

Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, muscle weakness, loss of appetite, dehydration and thirst

The human body requires specific levels of vitamins; As the percentages rise or fall sharply may significantly affect some of the basic and basic processes in humans.

In detail, vitamin D deficiency – for example – affects several areas in the human body, including the back and muscles, and its severe deficiency can lead to bone deformities and diseases, such as rickets in children, and many cases of osteoporosis in adults, according to “Sputnik”.

In this regard, the National Health Service in America suggests that a person should get 10 micrograms of “vitamin D” daily to maintain bone and muscle health, but if you notice high rates of frequent urination, this is an indication of a high percentage of this important vitamin. Therefore, excessive intake of “vitamin D” supplements can be harmful; It must be avoided.

According to the article published in the newspaper “express”, other signs of high levels of “vitamin D” in humans include: “nausea, vomiting, muscle weakness, confusion, pain, loss of appetite, dehydration, extreme thirst and kidney stones.”

And the National Health Service in America notes that very high levels of “vitamin D” in the blood can cause excessive urination.

“Extremely high levels of (vitamin D) can cause kidney failure, irregular heartbeat, and even death,” the agency adds.

And the National Institutes of Health in America believes that very high levels of this vitamin always occur as a result of eating excessive amounts of “vitamin D”, although it cannot be obtained in general from sunlight permanently, especially with age.

In turn, Public Health England issued a statement, stressing the need to eat 10 micrograms per day of the vitamin to maintain the health of our bones and muscles, but in the summer months the majority get their sufficiency through exposure to sunlight, and a healthy and balanced diet.

The “most important vitamin”… Its high causes excessive urination and kidney failure


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The human body requires specific levels of vitamins; As the percentages rise or fall sharply may significantly affect some of the basic and basic processes in humans.

In detail, vitamin D deficiency – for example – affects several areas in the human body, including the back and muscles, and its severe deficiency can lead to bone deformities and diseases, such as rickets in children, and many cases of osteoporosis in adults, according to “Sputnik”.

In this regard, the National Health Service in America suggests that a person should get 10 micrograms of “vitamin D” daily to maintain bone and muscle health, but if you notice high rates of frequent urination, this is an indication of a high percentage of this important vitamin. Therefore, excessive intake of “vitamin D” supplements can be harmful; It must be avoided.

According to the article published in the newspaper “express”, other signs of high levels of “vitamin D” in humans include: “nausea, vomiting, muscle weakness, confusion, pain, loss of appetite, dehydration, extreme thirst and kidney stones.”

And the National Health Service in America notes that very high levels of “vitamin D” in the blood can cause excessive urination.

“Extremely high levels of (vitamin D) can cause kidney failure, irregular heartbeat, and even death,” the agency adds.

And the National Institutes of Health in America believes that very high levels of this vitamin always occur as a result of eating excessive amounts of “vitamin D”, although it cannot be obtained in general from sunlight permanently, especially with age.

In turn, Public Health England issued a statement, stressing the need to eat 10 micrograms per day of the vitamin to maintain the health of our bones and muscles, but in the summer months the majority get their sufficiency through exposure to sunlight, and a healthy and balanced diet.

25 November 2021 – 20 Rabi’ al-Akhir 1443

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Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, muscle weakness, loss of appetite, dehydration and thirst

The human body requires specific levels of vitamins; As the percentages rise or fall sharply may significantly affect some of the basic and basic processes in humans.

In detail, vitamin D deficiency – for example – affects several areas in the human body, including the back and muscles, and its severe deficiency can lead to bone deformities and diseases, such as rickets in children, and many cases of osteoporosis in adults, according to “Sputnik”.

In this regard, the National Health Service in America suggests that a person should get 10 micrograms of “vitamin D” daily to maintain bone and muscle health, but if you notice high rates of frequent urination, this is an indication of a high percentage of this important vitamin. Therefore, excessive intake of “vitamin D” supplements can be harmful; It must be avoided.

According to the article published in the newspaper “express”, other signs of high levels of “vitamin D” in humans include: “nausea, vomiting, muscle weakness, confusion, pain, loss of appetite, dehydration, extreme thirst and kidney stones.”

And the National Health Service in America notes that very high levels of “vitamin D” in the blood can cause excessive urination.

“Extremely high levels of (vitamin D) can cause kidney failure, irregular heartbeat, and even death,” the agency adds.

And the National Institutes of Health in America believes that very high levels of this vitamin always occur as a result of eating excessive amounts of “vitamin D”, although it cannot be obtained in general from sunlight permanently, especially with age.

In turn, Public Health England issued a statement, stressing the need to eat 10 micrograms per day of the vitamin to maintain the health of our bones and muscles, but in the summer months the majority get their sufficiency through exposure to sunlight, and a healthy and balanced diet.

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