Low Vitamin D and Asthma Attacks posted on May 13, 2015 ashtmalow vitamin Dvitamin d Share this Post Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Plus May 13, 2015 People with asthma may have an increased risk of vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D may help reduce inflammation, decrease asthma severity, and improve treatment. New research suggests that having low vitamin D levels might increase the risk of asthma attacks in people with asthma. The authors concluded that vitamin D levels should be monitored in people with asthma and in those who experience recurrent asthma attacks. Further research is warranted. Here is the link to the entire article: Low Vitamin D Levels Might Increase Asthma Attacks As always, Be well, Diane Silverman R.Ph.Ask The Pharmacist Group, LLC Vitamin D-3 5000 I.U. (250) $30.99 Add to cart No ratings. Vitamin D-3 2000 IU (250) $26.99 Add to cart No ratings.