Chronic muscle tension and vitamin D deficiency

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Kika

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Jun 25, 2009
 
If you have chronic muscle tension and/or bone pain of inexplicable origin, you may want to consider taking a vitamin D test. Recent research has shown that chronic muscle tension can be caused by a vitamin D deficiency. See vitamindcouncil.org for more info. For me, the main symptoms were chronic tension in the neck, shoulders, back and hamstrings. It took me three years before I figured out what was wrong. After I started taking an ultra high (50,000 IU/week) prescription dose of vitamin D (D3 to be exact) the symptoms gradually went away over the course of a few weeks.
Jonatan

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Jun 18, 2010
 
maybe help this resource for more information
http://www.vitaminddeficiencysymptomsguide.co...
Felix M

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Aug 24, 2012
 
Anyone experiencing chronic pain should be tested instead of simply taking medication to maintain it because the pain might be related to a more serious condition. Taking the right medicine sometimes means getting good nutrition. http://www.fosamaxclassactionlawsuit.com
NCM

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Apr 27, 2013
 
Kika wrote:
If you have chronic muscle tension and/or bone pain of inexplicable origin, you may want to consider taking a vitamin D test. Recent research has shown that chronic muscle tension can be caused by a vitamin D deficiency. See vitamindcouncil.org for more info. For me, the main symptoms were chronic tension in the neck, shoulders, back and hamstrings. It took me three years before I figured out what was wrong. After I started taking an ultra high (50,000 IU/week) prescription dose of vitamin D (D3 to be exact) the symptoms gradually went away over the course of a few weeks.
Are you still getting relief from vit d? And how long after vit d therapy did the neck and shoulder tightness go away?
NCM

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Apr 27, 2013
 
Are you still getting relief from vit d? And how long after vit d therapy did the neck and shoulder tightness go away?

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