The importance of sunlight


The importance of sunlight for body has been well known for a long time. Sunlight provides important vitamin D for the body. However now it has been proved scientifically also.

In a study conducted at Yale University, it has been found that sunlight helps to fight against respiratory problems, cold,influenza Virus. From the study it has also been observed that people having Vitamin D level 38 nanogram per millimeter or more are 50 percent less susceptible to allergy.
 The study for importance of Vitamin D in human body was conducted on 198 adults. Out of 198 people, 18 had high level of Vitamin and were found less susceptible to influenza virus related health problem.

 

  • The Health Benefits of Sunlight

  Researchers have started recognizing the importance of sunlight for a healthy lifestyle, recent studies reveal that sunlight renders many health benefits. Apart from Sunlight maintaining temperature and humidity, sunlight plays a significant role in nourishing and energizing the human body.

It is also vital in order to get the full nutritional value from food that you consume and it has been proven that getting sufficient sunlight aids in preventing chronic ailments such as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), osteoporosis, mental depression, type 2 diabetes, and cancers affecting the bladder, breasts, cervix, colon, ovaries, prostrate, and the stomach.

To put it more succinctly, sunlight serves as the perfect medicinal pill in promoting a healthy lifestyle.

  • One of the prime benefits of sunlight is that it supplies the body with Vitamin D, which not only promotes the absorption of calcium in the gut but also transfers calcium across the cell membranes.

Vitamin D also helps to lower the level of cholesterol in blood, and sunlight can even prevent the growth of cancerous tumors. Studies show that exposing your face to sunlight for 10 minutes every day can provide your body with the Vitamin D that is required for the day.

  •  A lack of Vitamin D is associated with a host of autoimmune ailments such as Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and thyroditis.

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