Five symptoms of calcium deficiency

on February 27, 2023
There are 3.5 billion people in the world who are calcium deficient, or half the world's population, and this group includes ourselves. Here are five of the most common symptoms of calcium deficiency:

1 Muscle aches and cramps are the earliest signs of calcium deficiency. When suddenly moved, many people feel pain in the inner thighs and upper arms, especially in the armpits, and calcium deficiency can also cause numbness and tingling around the hands, feet and mouth.

2 Calcium deficiency can lead to insomnia, drowsiness and fatigue. This fatigue will make people often feel dizzy and confused, and they will also feel that they are often forgetful and lack concentration. If this symptom often appears after aging, go for testing, it is likely to be caused by calcium deficiency.

3 Chronic calcium deficiency can affect the skin and nails. The skin can become dry and often itchy. Nails can become soft and brittle. Calcium deficiency can also lead to hair loss, usually central hair loss at the top of the head, and the hair is thick when viewed from the back, with a clear hair loss circle in the middle.

4. When calcium deficiency, the bones become brittle and prone to osteoporosis and fractures.

5 When calcium deficiency, the body will absorb calcium from the teeth, the roots of the teeth will become very fragile, and the teeth will fall out prematurely.

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