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First Exposure to Natural Light in The Morning

  Exposure to natural light first thing in the morning
Exposure to natural light first thing in the morning

Exposure to natural light first thing in the morning, also known as "first exposure to natural light in the morning," which I call "Coffee Near in The Sun" has several potential benefits for human health. One of the biggest is that exposure to natural light, especially in the morning, helps regulate circadian rhythms in the body. This is very important for maintaining a healthy sleep-wake cycle and overall well-being. This is becoming much more of an issue as so many are reaching for phones first! We suggest you put that off for at least 30 minutes! For us in the northern climates get near a window as sunny as you can upon arising! Exposure to morning sunlight suppresses the production of melatonin, a hormone associated with sleep. This helps us feel more awake and alert all during the day!!! Sunlight is a natural source of vitamin D, and morning exposure to sunlight outside contributes to the synthesis of this essential vitamin. Vitamin D is important for bone health, immune function, and overall health and so much more! Exposure to first morning natural light is associated with improved mood and mental health. Sunlight stimulates the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that contributes to feelings of well-being and well-being. Exposure to natural light has a positive impact on eye health. Regulates eye growth and development and reduces the risk of myopia in children. With all the things I mentioned above you can see how exposure to the morning sun leads to increased energy levels and increased productivity throughout the day.

Although moderate sun exposure is beneficial, it is important to note that too much sun exposure without protection can damage the skin and increase the risk of skin cancer. If you're going to be in the sun for a long time, it's a good idea to protect yourself from the sun by using sunscreen like I talked about HERE and wearing protective clothing.

Additionally, individual factors such as skin type and geographic location can influence the amount of sun exposure you should safely get.

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