Vitamin A

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What Are The Uses Of Vitamin A?

Vitamin A
  • Is key for development, growth, immune system maintenance and good vision.
  • Helps in vision improvement. Low levels of vitamin A leads to night blindness and complete absence leads to permanent blindness. Its role is everywhere beginning when light enters eye to the image formation i the eye.
  • Plays a key role in gene transcription. 
  • Maintains normal skin health by turning immature cells of skin into mature ones.

What Are The Side Effects Of Vitamin A?

  • Excess intake is proven harmful and seen as orange to yellow discoloration of skin because disposal of excess intake is a time taking process.
  • Reduced appetite, irritability, nausea, hair loss, head ache, blurred vision, drowsiness, weakness can be noted in cases of excess intake of Vitamin A.
  • Diarrhoea, fever, sleeplessness, bone fractures are seen in chronic cases.
 

What Are The Contraindications Of Vitamin A?

High doses of the vitamin intake are not advised during pregnancy and breastfeeding/lactating stages.

What Are The Uses Of Vitamin A?

Vitamin A
  • Is key for development, growth, immune system maintenance and good vision.
  • Helps in vision improvement. Low levels of vitamin A leads to night blindness and complete absence leads to permanent blindness. Its role is everywhere beginning when light enters eye to the image formation i the eye.
  • Plays a key role in gene transcription. 
  • Maintains normal skin health by turning immature cells of skin into mature ones.

What Are The Side Effects Of Vitamin A?

  • Excess intake is proven harmful and seen as orange to yellow discoloration of skin because disposal of excess intake is a time taking process.
  • Reduced appetite, irritability, nausea, hair loss, head ache, blurred vision, drowsiness, weakness can be noted in cases of excess intake of Vitamin A.
  • Diarrhoea, fever, sleeplessness, bone fractures are seen in chronic cases.
 

What Are The Contraindications Of Vitamin A?

High doses of the vitamin intake are not advised during pregnancy and breastfeeding/lactating stages.