Association of Vitamin D3 Level with Criminal Behavior and Alcohol Concentration in Drunk People

  • Mohammed A. Jawad Al-Nisour University College, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Abed J. Kadhim Al-Nisour University College, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Ola K. A. Alkadir Al-Nisour University College, Baghdad, Iraq
Keywords: Alcohol level, Criminal behavior, Drunks, Vitamin D3.


The Current study was suggested to evaluate the vitamin D3 (VD3) level in drunks in Iraqi population and detected the role of VD3 in criminal behavior and correlation with Alcohol level, results show non sig. differences of age VD3 and significant elevation was observed of drunks body mass index (BMI). Alcohol concentration was 66 mg/cm3 in drunks. There were non-significant variations in VD3 and Alcohol levels in age and categories (p less than 0.426, p less than 0.692), respectively. The BMI categories observed to be affected in Alcohol level, obese has a high level of alcohol while the overweight has lower than normal W. but in non-significant differences (p 0.083). Slight variations were found in the VD3 level in non-sig differences also (p 0.650). The residence of drunks was significant effected in the VD3 that elevated in rural than urban (p less than 0.042) while didn’t affect in the alcohol levels (0.815). The employment did not affect both VD3 and alcohol levels (p less than 0.895, p less than 0.161), respectively. The criminal behavior of drunks recorded low level of VD3 in the Paraphilias and high level in normal drunk than other criminal behavior in non-significant differences (p less than 0.173). The level of alcohol also affected by criminal behavior in non-significant differences low level was observed in the drunks with position of drink and high level in the normal drunks (p 0.876). The correlation between VD3 and alcohol levels show non-significant weak inverse relation (r -0.275, p less than 0.255). From current output, it can be concluded that VD3 may be affected in criminal behavior of drunks.