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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about how to get more restorative sleep with vitamin D. High cortisol could deplete the vitamin D and low vitamin D can raise the cortisol (stress hormone). There are vitamin D receptors in many parts of the body including the central nervous system. One of the main functions of vitamin D is the muscle paralysis during the delta wave sleep or the ability to turn off when you are sleeping.

Sleep Problems
1. Wake up tired
2. Dark circles
3. Puffy eyes
4. Bloodshot eyes
5. Sleep apnea
6. Needs more nap during the day

• Start taking 10,000IUs of vitamin D – increase to 30,000IUs if it doesn’t work
• Take vitamin K2, magnesium

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26 thoughts on “Get Restorative Sleep with Vitamin D”

  1. Dr. Sasha Gominka says that the D feeds the gut microbes that help balance the 4 major B’s. And also suggests adding B’s while loading D’s. She gives out dose recommendations and has been using her 6000 patients as a reference. Maybe you can look into this and do a video? I would love to hear someone else verify her theory.

  2. I just bought Vit D3 soft gels today because my GP told me that my levels are very low. I have mild depression and have always been able to manage it very well even through winter but for the last few months (it's winter now in Australia) I have been severely depressed. I haven't been sleeping well either. After watching Dr. Berg's Vit D videos and reading comments below, it all makes sense. The bottle of Vit D3 I bought says "High Potency" but it's 1000IU. I'm a little hesitant on taking 10 pills all at once but at the same time I want to because I want to start sleeping better and get out of my severe depressive state. Has anyone here taken 10 pills all at once to get the 10,000IU's and has it helped? p.s. I did buy Vit K2 as well 180mcg.

  3. I have low vitamin D ( 23) and it manifested in sleep issues. I’m still on a low dosage – which is 7000 IU per week but I believe I need to increase it

  4. Vitamin D is inversely related to melatonin production, so taking large amounts of it like 20k IU before sleep may inhibit the pineal gland's melatonin production during your sleep, and you may wake up. You may not be able to go back to sleep for the rest of the night (inhibited melatonin production).

  5. Sleep Apnea, > 30+ BMI & our store fat are thieves of Vitamin D? Understand cortisol is also robbing us of Vit. D. Is the supplement as in the old Cod liver oil better or equal substitute? When you speak of Vit D. are you referring to D3 or like B12 B3 an over all Vit. D supplement?. Oh dear, not sure if I asking correct?

  6. I personally would not just start taking 20,000 IU of Vitamin D for sleep problems. Vitamin D is a dangerous supplement which can cause lots of problems like kidney damage because of high calcium levels. I would first recommend getting Vitamin D levels checked by a medical doctor and supplement while getting Vitamin D levels checked periodically. There are other safer and natural ways of getting a better sleep like drinking Tart cherry juice before bed, also what really works for me is eating an ounce or two of pumpkin seeds or taking a pumpkin seed oil supplement several hours before bed.

  7. Luv your helpful info Dr. B.! No doubt you help so many. Could you pls include in videos when is best time to take said vitamins…nutrients. We all would benefit from that info.

  8. GMO foods and chemtrails are really messing us all up. The sun simulator is not allowing D from the sun. When I hurt, that is when I know I need D, but that is usually around November. Now, even in the summer I hurt.

  9. Fantastic information!! I had to demand, yes, demand, my doctor test my Vitamin D level. Guess what? It was 5. My whole family is low and we live in The Sunshine State! We all get sleep paralysis and restless legs, overweight we assume partially to cortisol. Wow. Thank you so much. I will educate my health care team.

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