Hey, folks. Have you ever noticed the little white spots on your nails? Or frequent leg cramps and tingling? Bleeding gums while brushing your teeth? All of this is due to vitamin deficiencies in our body. Let’s find out what symptoms are indicative of specific vitamin group deficiencies.

Risk groups.

For starters, let’s look at which groups of people are most likely to suffer from vitamin deficiencies.

  • Older people.
  • Vegetarians.
  • People suffering from alcoholism.
  • People whose activities require high intellectual costs.
  • Frequent seizure of depression.
  • People who work hard physical labour.
  • Diabetes mellitus patients.

Signs of vitamin deficiency.

Strong nail brittleness as well as pronounced white spots, a sign of vitamin A and D deficiency.
The tongue is dark red, most likely telling us about vitamin B1 deficiency.
Weakness, fatigue and increased irritability – lack of B vitamins.
Bleeding gums during teeth cleaning or contact with solid food, resulting in vitamin C and P deficiency.

Ultra-smooth tongue, a sign of vitamin B12 deficiency. Especially if you feel frequent burning in the tongue area. Reduced haemoglobin also indicates a vitamin B12 deficiency.

Small painful cracks in the corners of the mouth, the result of vitamin B2 and B6 deficiency.

Deterioration of vision in the dark and twilight, a sign of vitamin A deficiency.

Frequent seizures in the legs indicate a lack of vitamin B6.

Increased skin salination – vitamin B2 deficiency.

Regular weakness in the legs, which is accompanied by light tingling, indicates a vitamin B12 deficiency.

A painful condition of the calf muscle and decreased sensitivity of legs – lack of vitamin B1.


Remember, self-treatment is bad for your health. And the uncontrolled intake of vitamins causes strong side effects.

An overdose of vitamin A is the most dangerous effect on our body. And here’s the main symptom:

  • Weakness.
  • It’s a headache.
  • Vomit.
  • Pain in the bones.
  • Hair loss.
  • Cramps.
  • Paralysis.
  • Yellow skin colour.