Have you got a vitamin c deficiency ?

The essential vitamin known as vitamin C is one of the most important elements in an individual's daily diet. We need Vitamin C to help contribute to good cellular growth, promote function of the circulatory system, and generally help our bodies to develop and maintain themselves. A vitamin C deficiency is a serious issue, and should be caught early and treated with natural foods or dietary supplements that contain plenty of this critical ingredient
A variety of symptoms will show that an individual is suffering from a vitamin C deficiency I have listed them below :
Mood Changes - Individuals with a vitamin C deficiency may become irritable or short tempered.
Dry Hair and Skin - A change in hair and skin conditions can also signal that the body is not getting enough of vitamin C and other essential vitamins and minerals.
Bruising - Individuals with a vitamin C deficiency will tend to bruise easily. Excessive bruising is a sign that the body's chemistry needs to be improved.
Mild deficiency leads to lethargy, fatigue, bone pain and shortness of breath. Skin may show easy bruising, poor wound healing and bleeding gums.

Scurvy causes muscular and joint pain, red spots on the skin, lack of weight and appetite and bleeding of gums which may cause teeth to fall out. Jaundice, swelling all over the body, convulsions and fever occur in the later stages. Fractures may occur due to deteriorating bone health and loss of cartilage found in the joints.
Fatigue - Early on, someone with a vitamin C deficiency will tend to get tired easily and experience reduced energy. Because chronic fatigue is a symptom of so many illnesses, it can be hard to catch a specific condition based on this symptom.
If you don’t get enough Vitamin C you could be leaving your immune system depleted, which would make you more susceptible to getting sick. In addition to that you also risk having your skin and hair becoming too dry, and it can even lead to weakened tooth enamel. Extreme cases may even result in having wounds take longer to heal, since one of the benefits of Vitamin C is to help the skin heal.
Another cause of low Vitamin C is that the body isn’t properly absorbing what is coming in. This can be due to organs that aren’t functioning properly, or a high number of blockages in the intestines and colon that are preventing these nutrients from being taken in by the body. It may be necessary to free up this blockage or fix any digestive problems in conjunction with improving your diet to get the full effect from your efforts.
Chronic alcoholics and people who abuse drugs may also have a lack of vitamin C.

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