Vitamin C is very important for the body. It helps in the normal functions of the body and gives the body the ability to fight against diseases. This disease plays an important role in improving immunity. Since vitamin C cannot be produced in the body on its own, it is only through diet. It is also to be noted here that it is not deficient in the body because it can cause a disease called scurvy and also weaken immunity, due to which many kinds of diseases can be caused to the body. Let's know about the symptoms of vitamin C deficiency ...
Early wound healing
If there is a wound somewhere in your body and it is not healing quickly, then it may be a sign of vitamin-C deficiency in the body. Actually, due to lack of vitamin C, the body does not get many essential things, due to which it takes too much time to heal.
Mouth Smell, Weak Teeth
When there is a deficiency of vitamin C in the body, bad odor from the mouth, blood starts coming from the gums, and teeth start to weaken. Apart from this, if blood comes from the nose, it can also be a sign of vitamin-C deficiency. It can be serious, it should not be ignored, but in such a situation should be seen by a doctor.
Dry skin, wrinkles on the face
Due to the lack of vitamin C in the body, the skin becomes dry, wrinkles begin to appear around the face and eyes. Because of this, you start looking old before time. Therefore, it is important that you do not allow the deficiency of many vitamins in the body.
Vitamin-C deficiency can cause eye problems. If you have reduced vision or symptoms of glaucoma, then it can be a sign of vitamin-C deficiency. If ignored, then there is also the danger of going to the eyesight.
Vitamin-C deficiency may occur in such people
Experts say vitamin-C deficiency may occur in people who are poorly fed and have kidney disease. Apart from this, vitamin-C deficiency is also found in those who smoke too many cigarettes or alcohol.
How to complete Vitamin-C deficiency?
For this, there is no deficiency of vitamin C in the body so that you must include orange, lemon, spinach, kiwi, amla, and broccoli in your diet. All these things are full of vitamin C. There will never be a deficiency of Vitamin C in the body by regular consumption.
Note: Dr. Rajan Gandhi is a highly qualified and experienced General Physician. He has completed his MBBS from GSVM Medical College, Kanpur. He then completed a diploma in CH. He is currently working as a Medical Director and Senior Consultant Physician at Kulwanti Hospital, Kanpur. He is also a life member of IMA (Indian Medical Association). Dr. Rajan Gandhi has 25 years of experience in this field.
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