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What is Hypovitaminosis?

Description of the disease:

Hypovitaminosis is a condition associated with insufficient levels of vitamins in the body. This can lead to various diseases and health problems.


  • Hypovitaminosis of vitamin A
  • Hypovitaminosis of vitamin B
  • Hypovitaminosis of vitamin C


Symptoms of hypovitaminosis may include fatigue, weakness, skin problems, as well as poor wound healing.


The causes of hypovitaminosis may be related to poor nutrition, digestive disorders, and certain diseases.


The diagnosis of hypovitaminosis is made through blood tests for vitamin levels.


The treatment of hypovitaminosis includes taking vitamin supplements, correcting diet, and treating the underlying disease, if any.


Prevention of hypovitaminosis includes balanced nutrition, consumption of a large amount of fruits and vegetables, as well as regular medical check-ups.


The specialist treating hypovitaminosis is called a dietitian.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.