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Emerging research suggests a significant link between vitamin D deficiency and low back pain (LBP), a condition exacerbated by sedentary, indoor lifestyles. A systematic review highlights that those with lower vitamin D levels are at a higher risk for LBP, especially younger women. Addressing deficiencies through screening and supplementation may offer a novel approach to managing LBP, underlining the hormone's crucial role in pain modulation and muscle strength.
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Mapping the Association Between Vitamin D and Low Back Pain

Emerging research suggests a significant link between vitamin D deficiency and low back pain (LBP), a condition exacerbated by sedentary, indoor lifestyles. A systematic review highlights that those with lower vitamin D levels are at a higher risk for LBP, especially younger women. Addressing deficiencies through screening and supplementation may offer a novel approach to managing LBP, underlining the hormone’s crucial role in pain modulation and muscle strength.

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