DEVELOPMENT OF BRAIN AND COGNITIVE POTENTIAL OF VITAMIN D


O.A.Gromova (1), A.V. Pronin (1), I.Yu.Torshin (2), D.P. Kalinsky, T.R. Grishina (1), A.N.Gromov (3)

(1) SBEI HPE "Ivanovo State Medical Academy" of RMPH, Ivanovo; (2) FSAEI HPE "Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology", Dolgoprudny; (3) SBEI HPE "Pacific State Medical University" of RMPH, Vladivostok
The article systematizes vitamin D effects on the nervous system. The results of numerous studies showed the need for vitamin D in order to maintain homeostasis of neurotransmitters, hippocampus functioning, the development and functioning of the cerebral cortex. Clinical studies have shown that adequate supply of vitamin D supports sustainable psycho-emotional background, cognitive ability, memory, fine motor skills, fluency - essential components of successful learning.

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O.A. Gromova – Doctor of Medical Sciences, Prof. at the Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacology SBEI HPE IvSMA of RMPH, Ivanovo; tel.8 (4932) 41-65-25; e-mail: unesco.gromova@gmail.com


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