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Mental stress, physical stress associations with low vitamin D - many studies

One or both of the following might be true

Many diseases stress the body ==> consume vitamin D
No indication that mental stress is reduced by Vitamin D (other than Depression )
    perhaps stress ==> lower vitamin D ==> depression

See VitaminDWiki

Stress increased the risk of getting multiple autoimmune diseases by 2.3 X – June 2018

  • Perhaps stress reduces Vitamin D getting to the cells."

More stress (allostatic load biomarkers) associated with vitamin D deficiency – Oct 2015

  • "Allostatic load is a powerful tool to assess the harmful effects of chronic stress on the human body on a multisystem level. "
  • Comment by VitaminDWiki: It seems more likely that high allostatic load index ==> low vitamin D
  • Increased vitamin D "might" prevent stress and "might" reduce stress,
  • BUT restoring vitamin D levels should most certainly reduce other health problems associated with low vitamin D

Mental stress significantly lowered the vitamin D levels of Heart patients – Sept 2014

  • People with stable CAD were told to prepare a 2-minute speech in 3 minutes
  • Their Vitamin D levels dropped from 31 ng to 24 ng

Many diseases reduce levels of vitamin D diseases stress the body
96 percent vitamin D deficient – destitute asylum seekers and refugees in London – Nov 2012
Vitamin D associated with 2X better health and less stress, both before and after Breast Cancer – Dec 2014
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Vitamin D is number one stress buster – Huffington Post May 2010

Smoking reduces vitamin D - many studies

  • Wonder if stress ==> smoking ==> lower level of vitamin D

Cholesterol is needed to produce both Vitamin D and Cortisol
Elderly Korean women 2.7 times more likely to feel stressed if low vitamin D – Oct 2016
Stress after natural disaster reduced by just 1000 IU Vitamin D – RCT Aug 2015

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Note: this page ignores other stresses - associated with low vitamin D

  • stress fractures
  • oxidative stress
  • stress incontinence

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