Vitamin D and Respiratory Allergies
Current traditional therapies (antihistamines, decongestants, cortisone, etc.) is not satisfactory and can cause a variety of complications such as sedation, impaired learning/memory capacity, cardiac problems and the inability to perform daily activities.
Nineteen studies were selected. Lower vitamin D levels were associated with a higher allergic rhinitis prevalence only in children.
The pooled mean vitamin D level in patients with allergic rhinitis was lower than that of controls only in children.
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