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Abstract

INVESTIGATION OF THE HAZARDS CONCERNING VITAMIN D INADEQUECY: FOLLOW UP STUDY

Pratiksha Kakuste*, Hemakshi Chaudhari, Harshal Wagh and Dr. Savita Patil

ABSTRACT

Objective: Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol) has been appeared in animal studies to influence the absorption and digestion of calcium. Cross-sectional studies reported the correlation between Vitamin D intake and anxiety and depression however forthcoming population contemplates are restricted. The point of the investigation was to decide the correlation between Vitamin D intake and the danger of anxiety and depression in indoor outdoor workers. Method: The investigation utilized information from 100 peoples who took an interest. The analysis was done by Beck Depression Scale during 2018-2019. Nutrient D was quantitatively surveyed along with dietary pattern, lifestyle, socio-economic status and health related problems. Results: At first, 78.2% of participants had deficient Vitamin D consumption. Nutrient D intake was decidedly related calcium absorption, yet low Vitamin D intake was related with the danger of Anxiety and depression at development among those depressed at a baseline. There was a noteworthy correlation between Vitamin D and calcium intake; when Vitamin D intake was low Conclusion: Inadequate Vitamin D intake is associated with of depression specifically in outdoor patients. Given the correlation with calcium absorption rectifying insufficient Vitamin D intake might be a need in the counteraction of Anxiety and Depression.

Keywords: Vitamin D, Anxiety, Depression, Indoor Outdoor Patients, Beck Depression scale.


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