Regarding Offbalance/Nausea

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I am 28 years old. I had gone through forum and found you with related symptoms of mine like body offbalance/imbalance  always and sometimes cant concentrate on things, with people who talk because of always imbalance. while driving, walking also I feel same. I had my MRI brain, ECG, 2D Stress, thyroid all were normal. Nausea is always but never vomit. due to nausea cant eat much.

even when I sit on chair sometimes I feel I fall down. and when I try to walk/drive in sunny days I cant even drive or walk because of sun. it feels I cant even walk and feel like imbalance more in sun.

When I showed to ENT specialist he said its not vertigo. Imbalance is different thing and he did not recommend me any medicine and said its all your feelings only which generate anxiety and imbalance.

after gone through several forums found out Vit D Deficinecy and checked that after that found I am Vit D deficient person just 2 days back.

So my question is by taking vit d  medications will imbalance problem vanish?

Please need your help badly because daily life is spoiling because of this issue.

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    Vitamin D will probably not help in this specific case.

    Do you have other numbness/weakness involving the arms/legs/face.

    Eleftherios S. Papathanasiou, PhD, FEAN

    Clinical Neurophysiologist

    Fellow of the European Academy of Neurology

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    Also have to look it up. I think just taking vitamin D won't work for deficiency . My brother told me he was told same thing but just taking vitamin D won't work unless you take calcium with it. Body won't absorb it. Could be wrong. Look it up.

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      My wife her vit D checked once. Results came back said it was practically zero. Doc gave her these giant ones to raise it back up. Cause she takes suppliments she was good on calcium. My brother, like me, has kidney stone problems. Can't take calcium. Doc told him that's a problem cause you can't absorb vit D without calcium. Why they put both in milk.

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      Can I still get enough calcium? 

      Yes. Choose lactose-free milk, yogurt and cheese to get enough calcium. These foods have as much calcium as regular milk, yogurt and cheese. Try these non-dairy foods and beverages that have calcium:

      Calcium-fortified soy, almond and rice beverages

      Calcium-fortified orange juice

      Vegetables such as bok choy, broccoli, rapini and kale

      Canned fish with bones such as salmon, sardines and anchovies

      Soybean-based foods such as edamame, soy nuts and tofu

      Beans like chickpeas, kidney beans, white, navy and pinto beans

      Nuts and seeds like almonds and sesame seeds

      Blackstrap molasses 

      Find more food sources of calcium here.

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      That I think was my brother and wife's problem. I drink milk and eat foods with calcium and vitamin D. They don't. But I have worked nights and slept days my whole life. So I don't spend much time in the sun.

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      I cant take too much dairy as get lot of mucous, then stuffed up,doesnt help my vertigo stuff. i use those milks, and if I have cheese  i have hard goats mostly, but sometimes crave a peice of good English cheddar. Haha ! And the occasionl drip,of cream. But i take that prescription Calcium with D3 as I have arthritis.

      yes nights not good for Vit D. You take extra by supplement?

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