[10 ways to generate vitamin D and support skin immunity] Part 1 **Sunbathing**

Vitamin D is produced in the body when exposed to sunlight. It has been reported that vitamin D deficiency affects a mother's breast milk and is a contributing factor to rickets in babies.

Here are 10 ways to generate vitamin D and support your skin's immune system:

The first time is **sunbathing**

By spending a reasonable amount of time in the sun each day, your skin receives UV rays and produces vitamin D. It is best to expose yourself to sunlight, especially in the morning and afternoon.

Sunbathing is an activity that is expected to have various health benefits through exposure to sunlight. Below are some of the main benefits of sunbathing.

  1. **Vitamin D production:** Vitamin D is produced in the skin when exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D is important for promoting calcium absorption and maintaining bone health.

  1. **Improves Mood:** Sunlight stimulates the production of a neurotransmitter called serotonin. Serotonin is involved in regulating mood and feelings of well-being, and sunbathing may improve mood.

  1. **Sleep Regulation:** Sunlight regulates the body's internal clock and controls melatonin secretion. This may result in better sleep at night.

  1. **Improves immune function:** Exposure to the right amount of sunlight is said to strengthen your immune system. This is related to the activation of immune cells in the body and the role of vitamin D.

  1. **Treatment of skin diseases:** Some skin diseases, especially psoriasis, may be improved by solar therapy.

However, proper precautions should be taken when sunbathing. Excessive exposure for long periods of time can increase the risk of sunburn and skin cancer. It is important to take appropriate measures to prevent UV rays (use of sunscreen, wear hats and clothing, etc.) and limit exposure to UV rays for a reasonable amount of time. Also, depending on your individual constitution and health condition, it is important to consult your doctor.


"Beauty is poetry in the skin. Inner beauty describes outward appearance." - Roger Caron


I hope today is a great day for you and your skin.

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