Hypervitaminosis A is due to an excess ingestion of vitamin A. There are two types of vitamin A Hypervitaminosis: acute and chronic. Acute Hypervitaminosis A is caused by taking too much vitamin A in a short period of time. Chronic Hypervitaminosis A is due to taking vitamin A over a longer period of time. Symptoms include but are not limited to: softening of skull bone, blurred vision, bone pain, strange changes of consciousness, and dizziness. Long-term effects and complications consist of: kidney damage due to high calcium levels and liver damage. The best way to prevent Hypervitaminosis is to take the recommended daily allowance of vitamin A. Treatment consists of simply stop taking excess amounts of vitamin A.
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