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Further research should document the effects of correcting deficient to levels these patients.

Further research should document the effects of correcting deficient to levels these patients, the researchers suggest.This study has important implications for both chronic pain patients and physicians. Although preliminary, these results suggest that patients who ,, diffuse pain and on drugs you should consider check their vitamin D levels. Inadequate levels play a role in the creation or maintenance of their pain, says Dr. – physicians who appears for patients with chronic, diffuse pain, musculoskeletal care – and covers many areas of tenderness to palpation – should strongly consider checking a vitamin D level, he says.

This study showed that patients narcotic pain relievers, and who also had inadequate amounts of vitamin D were required, under much higher doses of pain medication – nearly twice as much – as those who had adequate levels. Similarly, these patients self-reported worse physical functioning and worse overall health perception. Converselyine. A correlation between increasing body mass index and decreasing levels of vitamin D. Study results were were found published in a recent issue of Pain Medicine.