7 Signs You Lack Vitamin C

7 Signs You Lack Vitamin C

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Having balanced vitamin C is important for its many benefits. These include protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease, and even skin wrinkling, according to WebMD.

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Vitamin C is also one of the most important nutrients for our overall health and proven in preventing many common and serious health conditions including cancer, stroke, cardiovascular illness and vision disorders. In addition, vitamin C is also essential in immune system.  Like the other nutrients, not all people consume enough amount of this vitamin. This is why many health organizations recommend ingesting amount of vitamin C to avoid health risk.

Lacking vitamin C can affect both physical and mental state of our body. In addition to this, we could be more prone to chronic and acute illnesses. These factors are valid reasons why monitoring level of vitamin C is important.

The following are the 7 signs of vitamin C deficiency, be aware of it and on how you can make balance intake on your daily basis.

 

7 warning signs you have vitamin C deficiency

  1. High level and frequent stress

Mostly, we have daily stress triggers that deficient level of vitamin C can worsen its frequency and degree. For instance, in a study conducted at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center where mice with lack of vitamin C showed behavior similar to depression. The subjects’ mice also displayed low energy attitude likely to fatigue, which is another negative side effect of a low vitamin C levels.

  2. Low energy levels

It was mentioned earlier that fatigue is one of the symptom of vitamin C insufficiency. There have been numerous scientific articles published that discussed the correlation between low vitamin C, fatigue and exhaustion. Furthermore, in a study were 81 people conducted fatigability tests after being ingested with more than 400 milligrams of vitamin C and others ingested less than 100 milligrams. As a result, those who have higher intake of vitamin C have half of “exhaustion index”, a numerical measure of fatigue levels, than those with minimal level of vitamin C.

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