A new study suggests that deficiency of vitamin-D can increase the risk of Depression.
Depression, in the long run, can significantly reduce the quality of life and is a major risk factor for the decline in functional activities, admission to residential care, and even in some cases early death, if remains untreated.
Due to the complex nature of depression and the fact that the majority of older adults remain undiagnosed.
Prevention from depression should be the priority, with consideration and identification of important risk factors.
Vitamin-D or the sunshine vitamin is also essential for bone health. And its deficiency is also found to be linked with non-bone health issues like inflammation and diabetes.
Wishing all to be in a good state of health.
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