Tanning & Vitamin D
Provides morning sun exposure
Superior color, deep dark tans on a constant basis.
Vitamin D has is attributed to the prevention of diseases colon cancer, depression, high blood pressure, breast cancer, fibromyalgia, prostate cancer, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), PMS, arthritis, psoriasis, diabetes and osteoporosis.
Terminal illnesses and depression happen in dark cloudy climates. Ovary cancer, kidney cancer, hypertension, bladder cancer and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, show a lack of vitamin D.
By absorbing UV rays and converting them into vitamin D, tanning is also for cosmetic or invasive surgery. Darkening of the skin it is entirely possible for scars, birthing stretch marks, masking scars, etc.
UV for thyroid glands is of particular benefit as obesity has become a problem. UV light will stimulate the thyroid gland which is responsible for balancing the metabolism. Acne, Eczema, psoriasis and even jaundice can all be treated by tanning. Reducing flare-ups of itchy, dry and flaky skin.
UV rays increase metabolism which would in turn help in losing weight. Metabolism is the process by which the body turns food into energy.
Vitamin D blood levels of 40-60 ng/ml (nanograms per milliliter) are recommended for people in climates with less sunlight.
UVA/ UVB tanning allow for longer exposure, is dark tanning. Roughly same to 2 times stronger than the sun depending on your location.