Vitamin D is a key compound for the development of the bones of children and the proper composition of their bones. Bone deformities typical of anchors and dentition supplementation with vitamin D can be effectively prevented.
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A drop of vitamin DVitamin D is a fat-rich vitamin that the body absorbs from the skin's first source of nourishment through the sun's UV rays, and then undergoes active metabolism in the liver and kidneys. Also referred to as vitamin D are two compounds: vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol).
D2 is mainly of plant origin and D3 is derived from animal sources. Vitamin D is recommended for infants and young children in the form of oil. Aiming for the shortage of symptoms is 400 to 500 international units per day (or IU) up to 1000 IU safely. The child is advised to continue vitamin D supplementation continuously for up to 1 year, and for 2-3 years only in the sunny months (October to May). Doses are higher in the case of an established angina pectoris, and following the introduction, the physician estimates that continuous use of up to 1000-5000 IU of vitamin D may be required for prolonged periods.
The dreaded EnglishIn infants and children, inadequate vitamin D supply can lead to rickets, defective mineralization of the bones, and loss of weight. The fast-growing bones were the ones most affected.
If vitamin D therapy is not started in time, clinical signs may appear, such as the ossification of the bones, the scratching of the scapula in the nape of the head, the labial lobe of the tooth, the fracture of the frontal gland. A symptom called rickets reading is swelling in the rib, cartilage, bone transition. External manifestations of bone development disorders include low stature, poor muscle development, slow movement, and spinal abnormalities. Complete healing and complete bone repair often takes a long time.
In severe cases, low serum calcium levels can cause seizures. Ankylosing spondylitis can easily prevent a childhood illness. With just 400 IU daily of vitamin D and calcium supplementation, premature infants and breast-fed infants can be saved from this severe bone marrow disorder. Ergocalciferol or cholecalciferol are effective in the treatment of angina pectoris caused by vitamin D deficiency, and the therapy is gradually withdrawn over several months, often with a dosage regimen of 1 day. It is imperative that medical treatment of the anchovy requires medical attention, in which case infants and young children receive extremely high doses of vitamin D until the body is adequately supplied with vitamin D.
In the past, English menstrual disorders were common, and nowadays, with the proper maintenance of vitamin D levels, in some countries the marketing of milk in vitamin D-doped form is a very rare disease. Its occurrence in Hungary is almost excluded, since small children are offered vitamin D supplementation from birth.
Vitamin Bombs and Gambling AdventuresAmong the dietary sources of vitamin D are oily fish, sample szardнnia, the makrйla, the salmon, the fish oils between the cod liver oil and tojбssбrgбja. 1 tablespoon of cod liver oil contains 3 times the recommended daily amount. In the United States, milk, cereals, orange juices, some yoghurts and margarine are also enriched with vitamin D. The presence of vitamin D in itself is not sufficient for proper bone and tooth formation, and adequate calcium and phosphate intake should also be ensured. There is a lot of calcium in milk and dairy products.
Sunbathing is a source of vitamin D for children. Unfortunately, due to the waning of the umbrellas, this is something that should be done to cure, but the small bathing in Dutelan provides children with optimal vitamin D levels from spring to early autumn. The skin's precursor, 7-dehydrocholesterol, is converted to vitamin D by the UVB rays (the light of a quartz lamp), the active form of which is obtained in the liver and is renally transformed. The active vitamin created regulates blood calcium and phosphate levels as well as bone formation and bone formation.
Unfortunately, high-factor sunscreens and radiant creams, which protect against curvy rays, reduce the production of Vitamin D naturally occurring in the skin, and the situation is only exacerbated by the air in big cities.
SzбmhбborъA significant proportion of commercially available milk syrups, some multivitamin supplements contain vitamin D. There is also a vitamin D diet (Linolac) in Hungary, whereby a child consumes one quarter (100 grams) of his / her daily requirement. It is important that parents carefully study the list of ingredients, as taking more vitamin D supplements increases the risk of vitamin D overdose.
Even in adults, 100 to 500 times the recommended amount, while in children, taking doses of 10 to 100 times a few months may be sufficient to cause excessive and abnormal vitamin D levels. Symptoms of vitamin D overdose may include headache, nausea, vomiting, loss of strength, weakness, and muscular bone pain. Persistent high levels of calcium in the blood can cause frequent or nocturnal urinary tract irritation, white water, kidney stones, and limescale calcification. The above symptoms of overdose can be reversed when vitamin D intake is reduced over time. At the same time, calcium supplements should be discontinued and, in severe cases, glucocorticoids may need medical attention.
Be on the shelf right from the start!The recommended daily dose for pregnant women is the same as for non-pregnant adults, which is 10 micrograms (400 IU). According to some experts, there is a slight increase in the need during pregnancy, especially in the sun-deprived area, but this has not been adequately supported by scientific data. Based on in vitro experimental data, the recommended daily intake of vitamin D by the mother contributes to correct bone formation in the developing fetus. Due to the potential for teratogenic (fetal toxicity) effects of vitamin D overdose, administration of doses higher than the above values should only occur with the agreement of the treating physician.
Baby Baby Does Not Get Enough Vitamin D From Breast Milk, therefore, there is a need to supplement the deficiencies and the development of the English course by starting the first two weeks of life. Human milk contains on average only 25 IU or less of vitamin D per liter, while the recommended daily amount for treating deficiency symptoms in infants is 200-400 IU daily for infants. For 2-3 year olds, it is definitely recommended that little ones take vitamin D medications especially in the sunny months (October through April), considering that you are affected by the vitamin D from the sun that loses much of your skin.