#Hypocalcemia

Today my topic is on #Calcium deficiency #Hypocalcemia #less calcium # bone problem due to less calcium. Most of the peoples are worrying about this I will try to give solutions. For cure from this problem visit #Kamla #Clinic #Pathankot or You can call @9877928944 or whatsapp at @9463311100 What is Calcium Deficiency ? Chemically speaking calcium is an alkaline earth metal with the symbol Ca and atomic number 20. It is also a mineral present in the human body. 99% of calcium is stored in the body in the teeth and the bones but it is also found in the blood, muscles and fluid between the cells. It is the mineral found in the largest quantities in the body. The presence of this abundant mineral is vital to the proper functioning of the human body. Calcium is required for proper muscle contraction, including those within the walls of blood vessels. It is used to secrete hormones and enzymes in the body. Calcium is also needed to send messages to the brain through the nervous system using neurotransmitters. It helps in maintaining a steady heartbeat. It transports ions across the cellular membranes. A number of the body’s functions depend on having enough calcium. The amount of calcium required by a person depends primarily on the age. Children need more calcium as their skeletal structures are still growing. Older women need to take more calcium as they may be at risk for osteoporosis. Those suffering from certain medical conditions may also be asked to step up their calcium intake. Symptoms of Calcium Deficiency Hypocalcemia is the condition defined by having too little calcium in the blood. It often occurs in babies that are barely a few days old. This may be because some formulas with high levels of phosphate are responsible for lowering the levels of blood calcium. Symptoms of hypocalcemia include irritability, muscle twitching, jitters, tremors, lethargy and seizures. Calcium deficiency can occur at any age. Chronic calcium deficiency can result in rickets, osteoporosis and osteopenia. It may also cause disruptions in the metabolic rate and other bodily dysfunctions such as chest pains, numbness in fingers and toes, muscle cramps, brittle nails, dry skin and tooth decay. Arriving at a formal diagnosis of calcium deficiency is difficult as there are no symptoms except for in severe cases. Causes of Calcium Deficiency There may be a number of reasons why the blood calcium levels drop. One is not having enough Vitamin D. Calcium is not absorbed in the body without vitamin D and most people do not sit in the sun long enough for the body to manufacture enough of this vitamin. At least 15 minutes in the sun daily is a must. Primary Homoeopathic Remedies • Silicea (also called Silica) People who need this remedy are often nervous, easily tired, very chilly, and tend to sweat at night. ... • Symphytum. When osteoporosis is a problem, fractures often occur from mild trauma. ... • Calcarea carbonica. ... • Calcarea phosphorica. ... • Phosphorus.

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Educative and Useful information Sir.

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Informative

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Many many thanks for sharing this important mineral

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