Did you notice how your mood suddenly gets better when the sun is out? That’s only one of the endless impacts the sun has on us, and even though we know that too much exposure could lead to dangerous diseases, we still need to get our dose of the sunlight every day.
After all, the sun is the source of living, and without it, our planet earth wouldn’t be alive and we wouldn’t exist… Not the way we are now, at least!
When your skin is exposed to the sun, your body starts producing vitamin D, which is also known as the sunshine vitamin. It plays an essential role in helping many organs and tissues to function properly within your body.
Unfortunately, around 40% of Americans experience a vitamin D deficiency, according to a recent study. Somehow, people avoid being in the sun for unknown reasons or they are just not interested in getting tanned, not knowing the consequences they might end up dealing with…