Almost all of us already have vitamin D3 in our reserves of supplements, especially during this difficult time of corona virus.
We all know the dangers of overexposure to the sun. But few are aware that it is equally dangerous to our health if we do not expose ourselves to enough sunlight.
Now that the movement measures have been relaxed, you have more room to go for a short walk, alone and fill yourself with vitamin D.
Of course, follow the other protection measures, do not group and maintain a social distance of 2 meters.
In fact, what happens to you if you don’t go out in the sun more often?
You will change your mood more often or you will feel depressed
Insufficient sunlight often causes a frowning, sad mood. Exposure to the sun’s rays increases the level of serotonin in the body and lifts the mood. Otherwise, don’t be surprised why you are lazy and hate the whole world around you.
You will gain a few pounds more
In addition to stimulating the skin to produce vitamin D, the sun supplies the body with important nutrient nitric oxide, which maintains the smooth functioning of the metabolism.
A study published in the journal Diabetes found that exposure to UV rays can slow weight gain and prevent diabetes.
Another Canadian study from 2017 published in Nature found that weight gain may be due to a lack of sunlight.
You will feel bone pain
It can be confused with arthritis or fibromyalgia (chronic muscle pain and fatigue) in adults could actually be a lack of vitamin D associated with a lack of sunlight.
Adults who do not get enough sun often experience muscle and bone pain. Nutrients such as calcium and collagen work together to maintain bone strength, but without proper vitamin D intake, the process is interrupted.
You will not sleep well and with quality
Lack of sunlight can have another negative effect on the body. If you look at artificial lighting for too long or stare at electronic screens, it will cause you serious sleep problems.
It’s simple – the less sun, the less healthy and quality sleep. Be prepared to face insomnia.
You will sweat excessively
Increased sweating, especially on the forehead, when you are not actually exercising too much, is one of the classic symptoms that you are not getting enough vitamin D.
If your forehead has a little extra shine (even when your body temperature is normal), it may be time to get tested for the amount of vitamin D in your body, of course first with a doctor’s consultation.
Even moderately low levels of vitamin D can be linked to a surprising number of health conditions and complications, including diabetes, osteoarthritis, and cancer.