If you are fatigued, feel down, have been noticing achiness or headaches, or lack the drive to get things done, it may be time to get your levels of Vitamin D checked!
Really, you ask? Yes, really. And it’s even more important as winter approaches, since Vitamin D3 levels are dependent on the exposure to light.
Low Vitamin D levels are widespread, and the condition can negatively affect your quality of life in vital ways. The Guyer Institute is ready to assist by evaluating Vitamin D levels and creating a supplement program that helps ensure you have the optimal levels to maximize your health.
Vitamin D supplements can also help with bone and breast health, immune system functioning, and even weight management efforts.
The results of boosting your levels can be nothing short of amazing, says the founder of The Guyer Institute. “We see improvements in energy and mood in patient after patient,” said Dale Guyer MD.
“There is no question that Vitamin D deficiency is under-recognized, and so many people can benefit, first by understanding their body chemistry better, and second, when they do something about the shortfall.”
Why act now? Winter means less sun, and this aggravates a “built-in” reason this low Vitamin D phenomenon is so common.
Most of us work inside – most aren’t feeling the warm rays of the sun while we tackle challenges on our computer, in meetings, in all our day-to-day projects on the job.
The sun’s ultraviolet rays help us make up to 90% of our Vitamin D3.
There are other reasons Vitamin D can be lacking, including genetic make-up, chronic illness or stress, breastfeeding, darker skin pigmentation, being overweight, or being older than 50.
At the Guyer Institute, we feature and recommend a supplemental Vitamin D known as Vitamin D3 5000 IU. Taking one of these capsules between one and four times daily has led to remarkable improvements time and again.
Where needed, we also do Vitamin D3 injections for more rapid replenishment.
This valuable mineral supplement, when carefully monitored, can increase energy, mental function and awareness, respiratory health, and reduce the severe effects of allergies.
And there’s more: research and Dr. Guyer’s experience shows that getting your Vitamin D levels up to where they should be can help ward off the common cold!
“The lack of adequate Vitamin D in your system acts almost like a thief in the night,” Dr. Guyer said. “It can steal your vibrancy, your healthy outlook, and cause you to feel discomfort or pain.
“It’s so satisfying to be able to address these problems for our patients. They don’t have to be permanent.”
After a consultation at The Guyer Institute, we will measure the amount of Vitamin D in your blood, and develop a regimen tailored for your ideal benefit. And we always monitor your progress so we can fine-tune the dosage.
Don’t be deficient about a possible Vitamin D deficiency – call us, come in, and let us help you get on a direct path to feeling your best and being your best.