The common symptoms of calcium deficiency are muscle cramps and spasms. Muscles lacking calcium can no longer maintain their normal tone.
Numbness and Tingling
Another key symptom of Hypocalcemia is tingling in the extremities, especially in the hands and feet. Severe deficiency can also cause numbness.
Fatigue and Weakness
Muscle fiber and nerves require calcium, and lack of it causes fatigue and weakness.
Abnormal Heart Rhythm
The heart is a muscle. If heart cells don’t get enough calcium, this can set off the normal heart rhythm, cause spasms of the heart muscle, and narrow the arterie
Brain cells need optimal levels of calcium to release neurotransmitters, Hypocalcemia can over-excite the brain, which can trigger seizures.
Calcium deficiency can cause extreme bone weakness
When calcium levels fall too low, the skin can no longer maintain moisture and a healthy pH.
Confusion and Memory Loss
Confusion, disorientation, and memory loss can all be symptoms of Hypocalcemia.
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
Vitamin D and Calcium can reduce or even eliminate the symptoms of PMS
Tooth Decay and Gum Disease
Studies suggest that calcium deficiency is one of the culprits of gum disease.
A lack of calcium (or vitamin D) can lead to rickets in children.
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