ISSN 2409-5834

Effect Of Vitamin D Correction in Depressed Patients with Metabolic Syndrome and Reflection of This on General Health

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Tamer Mohamed Abd Elkader ,Amal H Ibrahim ,Heba Shoman ,Marwa Mohy Eldin Abdelrahman Ahmed ,Sarah Younes Abdelaziz ,Abeer Mohammed Abdul-Mohymen ,Marwa A. Elsaid ,Fatima G. Yehia ,Medhat Mohamed Abdelsalam Darwish ,Shaymaa Mohammed Arafa ,Safaa Mahmoud Hammouda ,Amgad Ahmed Meshref Gabr ,Ahmed Mohamed Khalifa ,Mona M. Amin ,Maryam Mohammed Mohammed Hamouda ,Hanan Ahmed Abd Almohymen ALfiky


Background: A person who has metabolic syndrome is more likely to experience diabetes, heart disease, and strokes. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is essential for maintaining healthy bones, immune system strength, and the control of insulin and glucose metabolism, among other physiological processes. Decreased vitamin D levels have been linked to an elevated likelihood of depression because vitamin D is crucial for healthy brain functioning

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