by: Sara Middleton, staff writer | April 8, 2021
(NaturalHealth365) No doubt, spending time in the sun is beneficial for human health: it’s the best way to ensure your body gets enough vitamin D, and it also promotes a normal sleep-wake cycle. By the way, clinical evidence even shows that UV radiation can destroy the novel coronavirus (although sunlight shouldn’t replace other measures to protect against infectious diseases, like a healthy diet, good sleep habits and other immune-supportive lifestyle habits. But, in terms of sun exposure, you’ll certainly want to consider a good sunscreen to protect your skin from UV damage.
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