Vitamin D and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

David Sane talks about cardiovascular disease prevention. Vitamin D is used as a preventive measure in people who are prone to cardiovascular problems. However, this vitamin is also effective in preventing cancer, various infections, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, rickets and osteoporosis.

Vitamin D deficiency can result in serious complications. In people who are prone to hypertension and high cholesterol in blood, vitamin D deficiency can make these problems much worse. Patients who are severely deficient in vitamin D often have problems with controlling their weight; problems like constant fatigue, insomnia, depression, and muscle pain are also common in cases of severe deficiency.

Cardiovascular disease is one of the deadliest diseases today. People who have high blood pressure, or have problems with obesity, and diabetes, are at greater risk of developing cardiovascular disease. It is very important to reduce stress as much as possible, and manage other risk factors.

Vitamin D deficiency can affect your blood pressure levels, diabetes and cholesterol in blood. It is important to keep your blood vessels healthy, in order to avoid cardiovascular complications. Vitamin D can be very helpful in achieving this goal! If you are genetically predisposed to cardiovascular disease, you should visit your doctor and learn how to prevent it.