Your Muscles Are Weak
Muscle strength isn’t just about weight lifting. In fact, vitamin D deficiency has been associated with muscle weakness, and researchers at Harvard have found that vitamin D supplementation can increase muscle control significantly, with adults over 60 reporting 20% fewer falls.
According to the Western Journal of Medicine, D-linked muscle weakness can be eliminated within just six months with supplements.
You Are Experiencing Pain In Your Back
Back pain is often attributed to lifting heavy items, not being supported properly while sleeping, or a number of other physical causes. However, it has also been found to be caused by a vitamin D deficiency.
If you are not getting enough vitamin D, you could end up experiencing pain in your back, specifically in the lower back. The pain can be severe, and it can be chronic. It can become so debilitating that it can actually limit the activities that you can partake in and severely impact your life in a multitude of ways.