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    anyone with anxiety/panic/bp problems/dizziness
    An_266984 posted:
    just wanted to say that anyone suffering from panic attacks or anxiety to get their vitamin d levels tested asap...if its low then thats your problem..I used to have major problems with anxiety and panic/terror attacks..dizzy spells , depression , bone pain and many many more symptoms ..found out my level was low and started taking 5000IU daily along with a good multi and got off of all my meds and no more panic attacks ... my level was only 18 ...where it should be is about 50 ,,low levels cause low levels of calcium in our bodies and calcium is needed for muscle relaxation and many other get your d levels checked and go from there ..but if they are low ..please dont take the doc script of 50000IU once a week cause its D2 not D3 which we need D3.... its been yrs and I still use it almost daily especially need it if you dont have a gallbladder which can cause poor absorption of fat soluble vitamins like A D K and E .. I take enzymes for that now ..
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