Vitamin D Deficiency and Fatigue

by Nita Acton
(Denton, TX)

Vitamin D Deficiency can Cause Fatigue

Vitamin D Deficiency can Cause Fatigue

Can vitamin D deficiency cause fatigue?

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Vitamin D and Fatigue
by: Kerri Knox, RN-The Immune Health Queen!

Hi Nita,

Yes, Vitamin D Deficiency Fatigue is a real thing. But make sure that you have a full medical workup to make sure that there is not another serious medical cause for your fatigue- as there can be many serious problems that cause fatigue.

Having said that, if your doctor has ruled out anything serious, then absolutely get a Vitamin D Level drawn. DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP!!

You need to know what your vitamin D level is in order to take enough vitamin D to correct your deficiency. Simply taking SOME vitamin D because you are tired will not be likely to help your fatigue.

Most people are seriously SHOCKED when they see how low their vitamin D levels are- and that is good to be shocked because it makes you more aware that you ALWAYS need to be conscious of your vitamin D levels for the rest of your life.

But your fatigue could also be many things as well. It could be Vitamin B12 Deficiency, Carnitine Deficiency, Gluten Sensitivity, H Pylori Bacteria Infection, Intestinal Candida Overgrowth, food allergies, heavy metal toxicity and other problems.

Simply taking vitamin D isn't likely to fix the reasons WHY you are fatigued and have vitamin D deficiency in the first place. Vitamin D deficiency does not exist in a vaccuum without other lifestyle and dietary factors in place that are making you ill.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Health Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Easy Immune

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