Sunhormone vitamin D is necessary for the bones to develop normally so that they remain strong, resistant and healthy. In the case of a deficiency there is a risk of rickets in children, in the case of adults the softening of osteoporosis, and especially in a slightly older age.
For some time, however, a vitamin D deficiency has also been associated with a variety of other disorders and diseases such as diabetes or cardiovascular disease, increased susceptibility to infections, and certain tumor diseases. Therefore, experts recommend that you check the vitamin D status and that you must compensate for a deficiency.
Vitamin D can form in the sun on the skin. When staying in a room (office activity), consciously avoiding the sun (clothing, sun protection) or in the darkest months (October to April), there is often a low supply.
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