What Role Does Sun Exposure Play In Brightening Our Health?/ हमारे स्वास्थ्य को उज्ज्वल करने में सूर्य का एक्सपोजर क्या भूमिका निभाता है?/ ਸਾਡੀ ਸਿਹਤ ਨੂੰ ਰੌਸ਼ਨ ਕਰਨ ਵਿਚ ਸਾਨ ਐਕਸਪੋਜ਼ਰ ਕਿਵੇਂ ਖੇਡਦਾ ਹੈ?

The sunshine can benefit health physically and mentally if we let it in. In fact we can remain outside for short periods of time (around 20-minutes, depending on the UV index and skin type) without sunscreen before you need to take some protective measures.

Here are five reasons why it’s important to ditch your couch and be in the sunshine…

  • It Regulates Blood Pressure
    Those who have a high blood pressure problem should try to have a jaunt in the sun. It can be one of your best prescriptions (together with any medications your doctor prescribe you).

    The researchers have found a great link between sunshine and high blood pressure. In a study they found that when nitric oxide present in the top layers of skin reacts to sunlight, blood vessels just open up, therefore, more blood pass through them, which directly reduce pressure in your cardiovascular system. Apart from it, researchers also suggested that exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can also prevent the risk of heart disease.

  • Boosts Mood
    Many health studies have proved that sun and darkness activate hormones in the brain, particularly serotonin (due to sunlight). Serotonin is a hormone, which is associated with a positive mood. Several antidepressant medications focus on maintaining levels of serotonin in the brain.

    Moreover, sunlight can also help ease the symptoms of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which is a mild form of depression and mainly strikes people in the colder months (when the days are shorter) as they see the sun less often. Besides, sunlight can have prove helpful for patients with non-seasonal depression along with managing anxiety and panic attacks.

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  • Helps in Better Sleeping Patterns
    According to health experts, sunlight exposure in the first hour of your day is essential for ensuring you have quality sleep at night. This is also due to the serotonin hormone as it is a neurotransmitter that controls everything from mood to sleep. Moreover, as the proper production of melatonin, which is a sleep hormone, depends on proper levels of serotonin, therefore, it’s important to get your serotonin levels up early in the day, thus melatonin can take over 12-hours later when you need it.
  • Energy Booster
    Sunshine exposure is type of exercise, as it helps to increase the amount of oxygen content in the blood, which in return can increase muscular development and stamina. However, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t still get exercise, but you will definitely notice that little bit of a boost to your stamina on a sunny, warm day.
  • Vitamin D Boost
    Using sunscreen all over your skin might block sunlight (particularly UVB rays) from producing Vitamin D in your body, but spending some time outdoors (without much sunscreen) can help in producing high Vitamin D levels.

    Various studies explained that after half-an-hour of direct UVB exposure, the majority of people with white complexion can produce approximately 50,000-IUs of Vitamin D, while people with darker skin will produce fewer amounts that would surpass daily requirements. Vitamin D has been associated with bone health, but it proves very effective in the prevention of a number of diseases like Multiple Sclerosis and even Type 1 diabetes.

Friends, as you all know very well that classical homeopathic medicines are prescribed only on the basis of TOTALITY OF SYMPTOMS with a clear cut identification of disease in patient and patient in disease also, even then we are providing here just a few homeopathic medicines for different types of medical problems in a short way.

But reader is advised very strongly to use the medicines only under medical supervision and these medicines should never ever consumed without proper consultation with your doctor or GP.

All types of ACUTE as well as CHRONIC COMPLEX diseases, (as described in this article) are being treated gently and harmoniously in our Singhal multispecialty homoeopathy clinic with best classical homoeopathy medicine available to us, by helping and correcting the internal immune system .

We, in our clinic treat all types of acute and chronic diseases and for this we are having best qualified homoeopathic doctors available with us.

As you all know that In this modern mobile and digital era, diseases are increasing day by day just because of our poor life style which includes improper nutrition with no exercise and working in high level of pollution as well as radiation ; this give rise to all type of life-style diseases which includes Obesity, Diabetes, Text neck, Hypertension, Stress Related Anxiety And Depression, Thyroid And Menses Related Problems, Eczema Or Dermatitis, Lichen Planus, Psoriasis Vulgaris, Hairfall, Skin Allergy And Allergies To Milk, Dust, Mites, Wheat And Perfumes Etc, Student’ Stress, I.B.S. (Ulcerative Colitis ),Rheumatoid Arthritis And Other Auto Immune as well as Hormonal Disorders And Diseases Etc.

Dr. Vikas Singhal B.Sc. ,B.H.M.S., (B.F.U.H.S.) D.N.H.E.

Dr. Vikas Singhal, a classical homeopath, has been practicing and treating patients now for the last 20 years, mainly in Chandigarh and Mohali (Punjab), India. Dr. Vikas is having a rich and varied clinical experience with a number of national and international achievements in his credit from presenting different case study papers on osteomyelitis, i.b.s. and cancer of various types in not only a new and innovatively designed method of applying homeopathy but with a blend of nutrition and spirituality. He applies all types of energy healing theories and practices together to give relief to all patients without being prejudiced. Dr. Vikas has vivifying energy, compassion, and passion to take homeopathic treatment to altogether new heights and avenues. he is known for his unique and peculiar style of case taking with the inclusion of diet.

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