5 symptoms of too much vitamin D

Consider vitamin D: despite widespread deficiency, the risk of vitamin D poisoning climbed 1,600% between 2005 and 2011, according to US Poison Control.

it's difficult to obtain too much vitamin D without supplementation. Natural sources of vitamin D include fatty fish and fortified meals, as well as sun exposure.

Too much vitamin D may induce hypercalcemia, or high calcium levels in the blood. The kidneys have to work harder to filter calcium, creating increased thirst and urine.

Other symptoms of hypercalcemia, according to Villamor, might include disorientation, despair, and exhaustion.

Hypercalcemia may cause muscle pains, weakness, cramps, and twitching, according to Cleveland Clinic.

You're sick or vomiting, and you're constipated.

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