After the novel coronavirus pandemic restrictions came into force to break the chain, offices requested their employees to work from home. And hence while many have been working from home for 8 to 9 hours, they aren’t really getting the required exposure to sunlight. As a result, they are not receiving an adequate amount of Vitamin D, which is essential for strong bones and immunity.
Your skin produces Vitamin D by using sunlight.
And therefore it’s all the more important that we understand the symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency. We must also know how to maintain Vitamin D in the right amount in our bodies.
Here are few symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency: