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Lexor health Children’s D works in conjunction with calcium to promote the development and maintenance of strong bones and teeth. Children and infants require considerable amount of Vitamin D as they are more prone to bone deformity disease. Vitamin D3 has multiple benefits for children and infants. It protects against muscle weakness, lowers risk of autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, type 1 diabetes and hypoglycemia, plays a vital role in calcium absorption, is highly beneficial for maintaining healthy teeth and strong bones, prevents loss of bone mass and bone disorders , aids in lowering the risk of rickets and also helps prevent depression among adults and children alike. Severe deficiency of Vitamin D can lead to rickets, which is a bone disease that could cause bowing of a child's legs, swelling of their wrists and ankles, or poor weight gain. Children who have Vitamin D deficiency are at risk of developing diabetes in their later life. Children with low levels of vitamin D are more likely to suffer from respiratory tract infection. Vitamin D supplementation is also important at very young age, as inadequate vitamin D levels early in life have been associated with an increased risk of autoimmune disorders like multiple sclerosis, and breathing disorders. The common symptoms of vitamin D deficiency in children include Rickets, weakness, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, dental cavities, swelling, loss of bone and muscle mass.