Low Vitamin D Linked to Depressed Teens

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Could a vitamin D deficiency cause depression in teens? Here’s what you need to know.

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0:00 Vitamin D deficiency and depression
0:10 Vitamin D deficiency symptoms
0:45 Potential causes of a vitamin D deficiency in teens
1:40 Other symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency
2:00 What you could do
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A study I read recently talked about how vitamin D levels could be linked to depressed teens. A few symptoms linked to a vitamin D deficiency are sadness, hopelessness, loss of interest, loss of concentration, and even thoughts of suicide.

Potential causes of a vitamin D deficiency in teens:
• Not getting enough sun
• Not consuming enough vegetables (not enough magnesium)
• Snacking (insulin resistance blocks vitamin D)
• A high carb diet (fructose blocks vitamin D)
• Obesity (increases the need for vitamin D)
• Darker skin blocks vitamin D absorption

Other symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency:
• Achy joints
• Low back pain
• Lethargy
• Insomnia
• Anxiety

Natural remedies:
• Vitamin D (10,000 IUs)
• Magnesium
• Vitamin K2

A few more things for teens to do:
• Get out in the sun
• Consume more vegetables
• Stop snacking (do intermittent fasting)
• Get on a low-carb diet (healthy keto)

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