Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin D

Getting a healthy balance of vitamins and nutrients is an important part of anyone’s diet, but did you know that taking opioids long term can lead to depleted levels of vitamin D? This makes it a crucial nutrient for both chronic pain patients who take opioids and recovering opioid addicts. Linked below are some articles with more information on how to make sure you’re getting enough vitamin D, as well as the health risks of a vitamin D deficiency:

7 ways to incorporate more vitamin D into your diet

11 scary things that can happen if you don’t get enough vitamin D

What are the health benefits of vitamin D?

What are the risks of vitamin D deficiency?

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