Do you struggle with anxiety or depression? If the answer is yes, there is a good chance you are vitamin d3 deficient. Many people are and are completely unaware.
I was. And supplementing has made the BIGGEST difference in how I feel, hands down.
Cure is a strong word. But I would say that this has made a 95% difference in how I feel.
It has been like a miracle for me. Social anxiety, feeling down, irrational and obsessive worry, low self-esteem, mood swings etc. melted away almost overnight when I began taking vitamin d. (D3, not d2. There’s a big difference!)
I remember walking through our Boston neighborhood, shortly after I began supplementing, thinking, “Wow. I haven’t been self-conscious once this whole walk. So weird, but so good. This must be what it feels like to be normal.” It felt amazing :).
And not just that. I swear it feels like it made me smarter, raised my I.Q, ha. Anyway, it cleared away the “cobwebs” – brain fog – that I had come to accept as me. I always thought that my sluggish, indecisive ways were part of my DNA. Come to find out, a vitamin d deficiency can make a person that way.
I first discovered the wonders of vitamin d over 2 years ago. I had an especially tough winter and decided to begin taking it to see if it would help with some depression I was struggling with. It helped with the depression and so much more. I felt better than I had ever felt before – full of energy, clear-headed, depression and anxiety-free.
I sometimes STILL can’t believe how fortunate I was to discover the amazing benefits of vitamin d supplementation. It’s been a huge blessing to me and my sweet family – who definitely benefit from a healthier, happier me.
If you struggle in the least with anxiety or depression I can’t recommend vitamin d3 enough. It really, truly has changed my life for the better. I only wish I had known about it sooner!
For supplementation guidelines and scholarly research on vitamin d, check out Grassroots Health. They have an incredibly handy chart to help you figure out just how much vitamin d you should be taking and articles to answer all of your questions. They are amazing. I have my vitamin d levels tested through them a couple of times a year.
Happily, thanks to D,
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