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Also known as Photophobia.

See Deficiencies.

  • Vitamin B2 Deficiency is associate with light Sensitivity
  • Vitamn D Deficiency may cause light sensitivity:
    •  Light Exposure --> Vitamin D production --> Immune System activation --> Herx (headaches, feeling nausea etc).
    • Simple self test:  Take at least 1000 IU of Vitamin D at one time and see if there is any reaction in the following 3-7 hours (for example increase of body temperature). If so, it is likely there is a deficiency.
  • Coagulation appears to be a contributor:
    • Grape Seed Extract reduces it
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