Vitamin D deficiency can weaken muscles
Australia: There is another news about vitamin D deficiency that can weaken the muscles, especially in the elderly.
That is why vitamin D is now more important for the human body.We know that vitamin D deficiency can cause severe colds, skin discoloration and other problems. It is now proven that vitamin D helps fight code 19. This sunlight vitamin is essential for us in many ways.
Now the news is that vitamin D deficiency plays an important role in the function, capacity and post-injury recovery of older people.Although our body makes vitamin D in the presence of ultraviolet light in the sun, many foods and supplements also provide vitamins.
A large number of the population in Pakistan, especially women, are victims of vitamin D. The situation is no different in developed countries, where 40 percent of the population suffers from vitamin D deficiency. This tendency is more pronounced in the elderly. However, new research on vitamin D has selected mice that are closer to humans.
Research on rats and findings can be applied to humans.In this study, blood and tissue samples were taken from mice to measure the amount of vitamin D and calcium. Thus, the functions of mitochondria present in muscles in mice were examined.For three months, the rats were fed a vitamin D-free diet for three months. Experts noticed that his muscles began to weaken and his function began to be affected.