Stress Relief - Exposure to sunlight is known to reduce the levels of adrenaline and non-adrenaline released in the body, reducing overall stress level.
Alleviate Skin Disease – Ultra-violet light has been used for years in the medical community to treat skin disorders such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema.
Cancer prevention – One study showed that colon and breast cancer rates are three times higher in northern states like Vermont and New Hampshire than sunny states.
Seasonal Affective Disorder – In a 1993 study, 70% of patients with SAD showed improvement after light therapy, the only known cure for the “winter blues.”
PMS - Exposure to bright light helps neutralize women’s menstrual cycles.
Heart Rate – UV light creates many of the same results as exercise – decreased blood pressure, lower resting heart rate, increased metabolism, and a 39% increase in the output of blood – lowering your risk of heart disease.