While sun exposure and vitamin D3 help with multiple sclerosis, tanning booths may create problems February 15, 2012Posted by Rebecca Hoover in Supplements - what you need to minimize MS symptoms, Uncategorized.
Tags: Multiple Sclerosis, Natural, Sunlight
Many researchers have found that exposure to sunshine seems to help prevent multiple sclerosis (MS) and sunlight exposure may even help prevent relapses. The same is true for vitamin D3.
Unfortunately, tanning booths may not work so well. First, there is no evidence that the greater proportion shorter ultraviolet light waves in tanning booths has the same beneficial effects as natural sunlight. Also, scientists believe that the higher proportion of shorter ultraviolet light waves may be increasing cancer risks. You can read more about this in a report entitled A photobiological evaluation of tanning booths.
Natural sunlight has many benefits when not overdone including even lifting your mood and contributing to sound sleep at night. The same cannot be said for tanning booths which may help cause more cancer. It is wise to stick with natural sunlight exposure and vitamin D3.
Viva la healthy living!
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Copyright 2012 Rebecca Hoover