Did any of you have breathing problems ?

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Hello everyone , did any of you have breathing problems during vitamin D deficiency ? If yes ,please explain

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    Before I found out about my VDD, I would have constant panic attacks and one of my symptoms from that was short of breath. It felt like I was breathing through a straw. I have read a lot of people who experience anxiety with VDD so maybe the SOB I felt was like a domino effect from anxiety. I ended up buying a pulse oximeter and kept it with me all the time so when I would have a panic attack I would take my pulse to get reassurance that my oxygen level was normal. It made me feel better. Hopefully this helps!

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      Thank you ya85411 for replying .. How are you now ? Better ? I pray ! If so , how long before VDD symptoms like anxiety go away ? My symptoms , include , head and ear stuffiness , fatigue , weakness , numbing , tingling , leg tremors mostly at night or morning

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      My anxiety went away shortly after i started taking 50k iu of D2 per week. My VD went up significantly within 7 weeks so i stopped taking that and started taking d3 OTC 5000 IU/day and my anxiety came back when i switched to this but now ive been on this one for almost two months and my anxiety went away! I am also taking B12 liquid drops sublingual. Not sure if this too is helping but just thought i would mention it. Overall i think i am getting better. I still have lots of back pain but its definitely improving just not as much as i would like to see.

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