top common deficiencies related to vitamins

Vitamin D deficiency may result in bone pain, weakness of muscles, and the developing risk of fractures due to impaired calcium absorption

Vitamin D

Iron deficiency can lead to fatigue, weakness, and anemia due to reduced transport of oxygen in the blood.


Vitamin C deficiency can result in scurvy, that is characterized by bleeding gums, joint pain, and poor wound healing and other skin problems 

Vitamin C

Vitamin A deficiency can cause vision problems, including night blindness, bitot spot and increase susceptibility to infection

Vitamin A

Vitamin E deficiency can lead to nerve and muscle damage weakened immune system and neurological response, resulting in symptoms like muscle weakness and impaired coordination.

Vitamin E

Vitamin K deficiency can lead to impaired blood clotting, that is resulting in easy bruising and excessive bleeding and it may cause osteoporosi

Vitamin K

Thiamine deficiency can cause beriberi, which affects the cardiovascular and nervous systems, leading to symptoms such as weakness and heart problems 

Vitamin B1

Folate deficiency can result in anemia. In pregnant women, it increase the risk of neural tube defects in the developing baby 

Vitamin B9