Through the years there have been several discussions on whether or not there is some relation between lower back pain and a deficiency in Vitamin D in a person’s body. It has been recently proved that there such a connection does exist.
Low levels of this vitamin cause osteomalacia, which is softening of the bones of the human body. This phenomenon can lead to a certain amount of pain the lower back. It is also a known fact that women are more prone to getting this when compared to men.
This phenomenon usually occurs in people of the age of sixty five years and above. Most people belonging to this age group had a slight deficiency in vitamin D and were experiencing back pain of various degrees. However, there is no research that accurately proves that taking a supplement of vitamin D can provide lower back pain relief. However, you can always increase your intake of vitamin D by standing out in the early morning sunlight for at least fifteen minutes at a stretch.
If you have continuous lower back soreness with no other symptoms or reasons for having this may, you should consult your doctor about getting a bigger ratio of vitamin D into your system.