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Psychological Consequences of Vitamin D Deficiency #7569648 08/01/19 07:25 PM
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I have been feeling Pretty Bad the last few months FFWD I go for my yearly physical and find out my " D " level is at 14.9 it's supposed to be between 29.9 - 100.1 put me on 5,000 IU of Vitamin D every twelve hours come back for blood work every week.

Man I hope this fixes these feelings because I really feel BAD........

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/...ogical-consequences-vitamin-d-deficiency


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Re: Psychological Consequences of Vitamin D Deficiency [Re: NORML as can be] #7569731 08/01/19 09:01 PM
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This time of year go for a morning walk. That should give you plenty of vitamin D. I'm not disagreeing with your doctor, BUT, if you've been feeling bad I'm betting its more than a vitamin D deficiency. If you eat right, exercise, and are getting your sleep, then I'd bet the farm it's more than a lack of vitamin D. Here's the million dollar question. Are you eating right, exercising, and getting plenty of sleep?


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Originally Posted by HOF
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Here's the million dollar question. Are you eating right, exercising, and getting plenty of sleep?


#1 I could work on that I eat lots of junk and a 8+ a day Coke Habit geekfreak

#2 No

#3 Wake up 3/5 times a night to p so that's a No also but Dr. is working on that

I let this go on for to long I've told them I felt okay when in fact I didn't... I Own It, It's my fault all I can do now is fix it but the Depression has kicked my azz.


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Re: Psychological Consequences of Vitamin D Deficiency [Re: NORML as can be] #7569789 08/01/19 10:11 PM
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Re: Psychological Consequences of Vitamin D Deficiency [Re: NORML as can be] #7569793 08/01/19 10:19 PM
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Wouldn't be surprised to learn that a side effect of THC is that it somehow leeches Vitamin D out of the system.

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I would start with ditching the soft drink habit. That alone, as hard as it is to quit, will make you feel tons better.

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Originally Posted by HuntnFly67
Wouldn't be surprised to learn that a side effect of THC is that it somehow leeches Vitamin D out of the system.

Originally Posted by HuntnFly67
Wouldn't be surprised to learn that a side effect of THC is that it somehow leeches Vitamin D out of the system.


Had Me Even More Depressed for a second there..cool2

https://www.drugs.com/drug-interactions/cannabis-with-vitamin-d3-2758-0-646-5790.html


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Re: Psychological Consequences of Vitamin D Deficiency [Re: NORML as can be] #7570793 08/03/19 02:54 AM
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Here's the million dollar question. Are you eating right, exercising, and getting plenty of sleep?


#1 I could work on that I eat lots of junk and a 8+ a day Coke Habit geekfreak

#2 No

#3 Wake up 3/5 times a night to p so that's a No also but Dr. is working on that

I let this go on for to long I've told them I felt okay when in fact I didn't... I Own It, It's my fault all I can do now is fix it but the Depression has kicked my azz.

I'd bet with the diet and frequent nighttime urination you have diabetes. And, depression is also a symptom. Ask the doc to check your a1c, start doing what you know needs to be done, and you're on your way no matter what is getting you.


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Originally Posted by NORML as can be
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Here's the million dollar question. Are you eating right, exercising, and getting plenty of sleep?


#1 I could work on that I eat lots of junk and a 8+ a day Coke Habit geekfreak

#2 No

#3 Wake up 3/5 times a night to p so that's a No also but Dr. is working on that

I let this go on for to long I've told them I felt okay when in fact I didn't... I Own It, It's my fault all I can do now is fix it but the Depression has kicked my azz.


As a personal experiment and easy place to start try cutting 2 Cokes/day and add in the same amount of water. Add lemon or a lime if you want or adverse to water. It gives it a 'taste'. The increased hydration alone will help with the depression and provide the right kind of fluid for your body to rid itself of other toxins. In time the Cokes won't taste as good as you increase the water intake.

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You might try eliminating things (caffeine, cannabis, alcohol, nicotine ect ect) one by one for a period of days to find out what's wrong. I did this last year and found caffeine was causing havoc in me. No caffeine since then and I feel so much better.

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Originally Posted by NORML as can be
I have been feeling Pretty Bad the last few months FFWD I go for my yearly physical and find out my " D " level is at 14.9 it's supposed to be between 29.9 - 100.1 put me on 5,000 IU of Vitamin D every twelve hours come back for blood work every week.

Man I hope this fixes these feelings because I really feel BAD........

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/...ogical-consequences-vitamin-d-deficiency



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Re: Psychological Consequences of Vitamin D Deficiency [Re: NORML as can be] #7578809 08/13/19 06:58 AM
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Feeling a little better "D" is up to 17.3 cut me back to 3000 twice a day said sugar and everything else was okay except cholesterol was still high.


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