Jenny West, the Englishwoman who discovered independently the value of taking Vitamin D3 in the morning, wrote again:
Since reading some of the other D3 stories, I increased my D3 [morning] dosage to 5000 IU/day [from 3000 IU/day] two days ago.
1. I immediately slept even better – no longer being aware of mid-sleep turning-over.
3. A year-long injury – specifically a dislocated coccyx – has suddenly taken a step forward, and I found myself running for the Tube last night – something I can’t remember when I last did it. Is this a direct effect of the D3, or an indirect one resulting from much better sleep?
This agrees with what both Alexandra and I experienced: a dose of 4000 IU worked much better than a dose of 2000 IU.