A recent meta-analysis of 19 RCTs found that vitamin D supplementation was associated with a decreased pain score in individuals with chronic pain.
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Vitamin D Council member based in India shares her experience with chronic pain and migraines as a result of vitamin D deficiency.
A recent study found that low vitamin D levels were strongly associated with chronic back pain of unknown etiology.
A recent prospective cohort study suggests that low vitamin D levels heightens pain sensitivity.
Researchers in Iran wanted to know if treating patients with vitamin D and calcium would improve their chronic pain.
Research presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology reports that high dose D is effective in decreasing joint pain, a common side effect of breast cancer treatment.
Researchers report that chronic pain patients showed improvements in pain, lack of sleep, and quality of life after supplementing with vitamin D.
Recent research shows that patients with severely deficient vitamin D levels are more than twice as likely to have chronic pain compared to subjects with adequate vitamin D status.