Years ago the majority of the population spent most of the days outdoors. Today we spend much less time outdoors and receive far less sunshine. A tan is now a sign of luxury, that we are able to go on foreign holidays and relax like the wife of a footballer. 200 years ago it would of been the sign of peasantry from the workers out in the fields yet nowadays every wannabe WAG is pray tanning themselves to get the look. Quite ironic!!
It seems that the problem isn't with sun exposure, but with the binging on sunlight. Regular daily exposure to sun tends to increase levels of Vitamin D safely. Yet our habit tends to be staying indoors all day and then overdosing (burning) when we get chance.Use the link below to see how much sunlight you should aim for each day in order to maintain healthy Vitamin D levels. Get outside regularly and use limited exposure to sun rather than covering yourself in carcenogenic suncreams in an attempt to sunbath all day.Website That Helps You Calculate How Much Vitamin D Exposure You Need Each Day.