If you are in trouble with vitamin deficiency, you can book an appointment from our hospital to start your treatment. Vitamins are of great importance to our health. They are divided into 2 groups: fat-soluble vitamins and water-soluble vitamins:
– Water-soluble vitamins: Vitamin B groups, Vitamin C, Vitamin H, Vitamin P, Folic Acid …
– Fat-soluble vitamins: A, D, E, K vitamins
- Vitamin A: Vitamin A deficiency leads to visual impairments. It can also cause problems with the skin, nails and hair. Eating carrots, spinach, lettuce, parsley, celery, plum and orange provides the body with vitamin A support.
- Vitamin D: Vitamin D, which is abundant in green vegetables, fish, milk and dairy products, is a vitamin that can be stored in adipose tissue, and when exposed to sunlight, it is synthesized from the subcutaneous fat store and mixes with blood. Conditions such as weakness, inability to lose weight, nail and hair loss, chills may indicate vitamin D deficiency. It is of great importance for bone health. Its deficiency can cause rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. An excess of vitamin D may cause adverse reactions in the body.
- Vitamin E: It is a naturally occurring vitamin in the body. It can be reinforced from nuts and oils. It is an antioxidant. Its deficiency leads to anemia and balance problems due to muscle weakness.
- Vitamin K: In case of a deficiency of vitamin K, which causes blood to clot, bleeding occurs. Conditions such as prolonged menstrual bleeding, nosebleeds, bleeding gums are a sign of vitamin K deficiency. Green vegetables, tea and liver offal are rich in vitamin K.
- B12: Vitamin B12, which provides red blood cell production, strengthens the immune system, is important for the health of nerve tissue, provides fertility and strengthens memory. Consumption of foods such as red meat, chicken, fish, liver and kidney offal, seafood, milk, yogurt, cheese, eggs contribute to the increase of B12 value. Excess vitamin B12 is easily excreted from the body through urine. In case of B12 deficiency, mental fatigue symptoms increase in the person. Especially, situations such as forgetfulness, inability to concentrate and memory loss may be encountered.
- Vitamin C: For vitamin C, which is abundant especially in citrus fruits, the consumption of fruits such as oranges, tangerines, grapefruit should be emphasized during the winter months. Deficiency of vitamin C, which provides wound healing by supporting collagen production, can lead to tissue destruction, skin disorders, infection.
• Vitamin H: Deficiency of vitamin H, also known as biotin or vitamin B7, causes problems in hair and nail areas. Hair problems such as dandruff, shedding, lifelessness, or slow growth of nails and white spot formation may be due to vitamin H deficiency.