You will need
  • - monitoring of the physical functions of the body;
  • - monitoring the condition of the skin, mucous membranes, eyes, nails, teeth and hair.
Rate the overall physical condition of the body and determine whether you have symptoms of beriberi. Have you more sick, without missing a seasonal epidemic, is it easy for you to focus on a difficult task.
Check is it hard to Wake up and get out of bed in the morning, do you feel drowsiness and lethargy, despite the fact that sleep sufficient amount of time. Do you feel causeless or caused by very minor things irritation.
Determine what vitamins are lacking in the body. Vitamin a deficiency manifested in the following ways: you became worse to see in the twilight (this is the so-called "night blindness"); feel the dryness of the mucous membrane of the eyes, discomfort and often a desire to RUB the eyes; mucous membranes of eyes redness or even small ulcers.
Inspect the skin: dryness, flaking, irritation, and inflammation or abscesses in hair follicles is also the symptoms of lack of vitamin A.
Note the deficiency symptoms of vitamins of group B. It manifests itself in insomnia, frequent mood swings, problems with the gastrointestinal tract (constipation or diarrhea), lack of appetite. Deficiency of vitamin b can also be inflammation of the mucous membranes of the mouth, contribute to the emergence of "liberty" in the corners of the mouth.
Define a deficiency of vitamin C. While vitamin C deficiency are bleeding gums, there are small hemorrhages, weakness, blurred vision. Minor injuries like bruises and scratches remain from the lightest strike and the long, hard heal.
Determine whether there is sufficient intake of vitamin D. Deficiency of vitamin D is pain in the bones and ligaments, weak and brittle nails and teeth. With a lack of vitamin e may redness of the skin, the structure it is bumpy and rough. In severe cases, the stomach doesn't produce gastric juice, may begin vomiting, disorders of defecation, as well as involuntary contractions of muscles (convulsions).