Joint pain is most commonly caused by aging or injuries, but it is not widely known that it is a possible symptom of vitamin deficiency.
Joint and back pain are often the result of physical inactivity, and it is vital to start exercising regularly to maintain your overall health.
Pain, however, may also be due to poor eating habits. Researchers have found that vitamin D deficiency often causes joint and back pain as well as the following symptoms:
Pain in the muscles
Feeling burning and itching in the legs
You can check if you have a deficiency of this vitamin in a simple way: just press your sternum (breastbone), and if you feel painful, you probably have a lack of this vitamin
To optimize your levels, you should be exposed to sunlight for about 15 minutes every day and make some changes to your diet.
Rich sources of vitamin D include egg yolks, mackerel(fish), mushrooms and tuna.
Consider supplements as well as those that contain vitamin D3 rather than D2.
D3 is the vitamin produced under direct sunlight. In addition, take probiotics to help the digestive system.
In a very short time your painful symptoms will disappear!