Saturday, May 26, 2012

Deficiency symptoms of calcium

Deficiency Symptoms of calcium: Because bone stores of calcium can be used to maintain adequate blood calcium levels, short-term dietary deficiency of calcium generally does not result in significantly low blood calcium levels. But, over the long term, dietary deficiency eventually depletes bone stores, rendering the bones weak and prone to fracture. The symptoms of calcium deficiency are: • Bowlegs, Pigeon Breast, and Knock-knees of children • Cramp pains in legs • Delay in sitting up, Crawling and Walking of babies • Heart becomes irregular • Nerves become extremely irritable • Poor sleep disorder • Weakness in the bones

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