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Having low levels of vitamin D is associated with many chronic diseases.

Many people assume that supplementing vitamin D can help these conditions.

But interventional studies with vitamin D are pretty rare.

Some doctors claim that the association of low vitamin D with diseases is just that – an association.

A recent study looked at the effect of vitamin D supplementation on blood pressure in people with hypertension.

This rare study truly shows a beneficial effect of vitamin D3 supplementation.

The researchers conducted this study at the Department of Clinical Pharmacy, Mustansiriya University, Iraq. They published their results the Al Mustansiriyah Journal for Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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“Evidence suggests that a large portion of the population have low levels of vitamin D, which may adversely affect the cardiovascular system.”

We don’t have much research on cardiovascular disease in relation to vitamin D supplementation.

“So this study is designed prospectively to evaluate the potential effectiveness of vitamin D3 supplementation.”

The study enrolled a few dozen people suffering from high blood pressure.

“Participants age ranged from 40-70 years, 20 male and 20 female.”

Everyone in the study had hypertension and vitamin D deficiency (diagnosed).

“All patients were diagnosed as hypertensive patients at stage I or II and were assessed to have vitamin D deficiency.”

They split the participants into two groups.

And they gave both groups standard high blood pressure therapy.

But they only gave one group the vitamin D supplements as well.

“20 hypertensive patients presented with vitamin D deficiency assigned to receive conventional therapy for hypertension with vitamin D3 orally.”

The massive (100,000 IU) doses of vitamin D3 were effective in increasing vitamin D3 levels in the body.

“The difference in vitamin D level was highly significant in the treatment group after vitamin D3 supplements.”

The researchers examined the levels of angiotensin II.

Angiotensin II is a substance produced in the body – it controls blood pressure.

The study found D supplementation led to significantly lower angiotensin II.

This effect should lead to lower blood pressure.

“Results revealed that vitamin D3 supplements produce a highly significant change in serum Angiotensin II level in treatment group.”

Vitamin D supplementation led to a significant decrease in blood pressure in people under 60.

“Vitamin D3 supplements produce a highly significant change systolic blood pressure in the under 60s in the vitamin D treatment group.”

Systolic blood pressure was 9.6 points lower in people who were supplemented with vitamin D who were under 60 years old.

The study ran for two months.

It is possible that greater benefits could be seen from longer-term supplementation with vitamin D3.

The massive decrease in angiotensin II in all groups indicates that long-term studies could show more benefit.

“The effect of vitamin D3 supplementation on both angiotensin II level and endogenous vitamin D levels was significantly clear regardless of age group, gender, BMI, duration of disease, and smoking status.”

The amount of vitamin D used in the study was enormous – 100,000 international units daily for two months.

You should only take this pharmaceutical level of vitamin supplementation under medical supervision.

The body can produce up to 25,000 international units of vitamin D from sunlight before the exposure leads to sunburn.

This can be as little as 15 minutes for pale-skinned people on a hot summer day near the equator.

Surprisingly, relatively little research has been done on the effects of vitamin D supplementation….

So these are very exciting results.

And we need more research into the effects of high-dose oral vitamin D supplementation to learn more.

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Until then, it’s a good idea to get a little sunlight on your skin every day.

You should always consult a healthcare professional about the diagnosis and treatment of health problems.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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