Sunlight – the Light of Life

The presence of almost all life on Earth is enabled by light from the Sun. As we know sunlight supplies us with vitamin D but also plays a significant role in eye health and preventing depression in humans.

There multiple health benefits of Sun exposure like:

  • Improving sleep quality
  • Reducing the risk of cancer
  • Accelerating recovery from illness and injury  
  • Reducing the blood pressure
  • Reducing stress levels

Exposure to sunlight increases the release of serotonin in the brain, a hormone associated with boosting mood.

Plants use sunlight to grow and to perform the process of photosynthesis, which provides food and oxygen for life on the planet. The Sun provides us with light, warmth, and energy to make all the systems in nature work.

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We are all aware that staying in the sun between 10 am and 4 pm without UV protection in the form of sunscreen, hats, and eye ware can burn our skin and cause incurable damage to our skin, hair and eyes. But that does not mean that we have to avoid sunlight by all means as many people do today. Spending time indoors, hidden from the sunlight can cause various diseases or worsen existing ones.

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There are numerous benefits of sun light. The sun is the key to our health and well-being. Walking on a sunny morning or before sunset will bring you multiple benefits: you will feel better, you will be fresher, you will be healthier, vitamin D levels will increase, your breathing will improve, the oxygen level in your cells will increase, the energy levels will increase, you will feel happier and younger. Take a walk in nature when there is still enough sunlight, talk to the sun, feel gratitude for the opportunity to see the sunlight, feel gratitude for the beautiful creation of nature around you, talk to the birds and feel… feel the beauty in all its magnificence.

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➥ DISCLAIMER: This post is not intended to replace medical treatment. The information provided is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice.