For many of us, our stress levels exponentially climb during the holiday, whether we’re bracing ourselves for Uncle Fred to storm out of the house again or we just feel blue this time of the year. Chances are, most of us get stressed out during the holiday season at one point or another. The bad news is that left unattended, stress can wreak havoc on our bodies. The good news is that we can do something about it.
Decreased Daylight Leads to Vitamin D Deficiency. Here’s What You Can Do.
As the colorful Autumn leaves fade to brown and cling to tree branches for dear life, soon, more will be on the ground than in the trees. The falling leaves serve as dry, fluttering precursors of what’s to come: cold temperatures, snow, and shorter amounts of daylight.
For many of us, this means we’ll spend more time inside than out, getting less sun exposure and the Vitamin D synthesis it promotes within our bodies. Why does it matter?