What are the short term effects of not getting enough calcium?

Lack of memory, disorientation, cramps, muscle spasms, tingling in the hands,

feet, and face, depression, visions, weak bones, irritability, anxiety, and

nervousness, elevated blood pressure, and frequent tooth decay and

issues are all signs of a nutrient deficiency. Yes, during childhood. When there

is no longer any bone development in maturity, calcium is necessary to preserve

bone mass, protecting the skeleton's integrity and averting conditions like bone loss.

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