Do you get surprised when young children get angry or they insist a lot? Irritability in children is often ignored as the genetic effect of a family member. But the reason for the irritable nature of children can be due to lack of vitamin D in them. Yes, recent research has revealed that vitamin D deficiency can cause irritability in young children. This research has been published in a journal called 'Journal of Nutrition'. Let us tell you the main things to be learned in this research and the diet with vitamin D.
What does research say?
According to new research published in the Journal of Nutrition, vitamin D deficiency causes a kind of irritability in school going children (older than 5 years) and their behavior becomes aggressive. Moreover, such children are anxious, lost and depressed in themselves. In these children, the problem of mood swings is seen frequently. This research has been done by the University of Michigan.
Do you know that along with the health of our body, vitamins and nutrients also affect our mood? Therefore, you need all kinds of nutrients to be physically and mentally healthy.
For this research, 3202 children between the ages of 5 to 12 years studying in primary school were studied. Keeping in mind:
the researchers collected the data and then performed a blood test. The conclusion was, vitamin D deficiency in young children increased the problem of behavior change.
Vitamin D deficiency in children
Chief researcher Professor Eduardo Villamor points out that children who are deficient in vitamin D during schooling have a higher problem of irritability. Let us tell you that the problem of irritability in children has increased considerably in the recent past. At a young age, children get so angry at small things that they do even think to sabotage and harm themselves due to anger.
Why Vitamin D deficiency in children?
Vitamin D deficiency in children has increased more rapidly in cities than in villages. The best natural sources of vitamin D are sun rays. Nowadays children in cities prefer to stay indoors rather than playing in the park outside. Apart from this, children are given so much work in schools nowadays, due to which they do not have time to play.