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Let In Some Light

When thinking about the benefits of being out in the sun, it is easy to jump right to vitamin D production as the leading benefit. While being out in the sun does help our bodies produce vitamin D, there are a slew of other benefits that humans get when we step out for a little bit of sunlight every day.
I doubt anyone reading this article wakes up at sunrise, heads to bed shortly after sunset, and spends most of their day outside. If that is you, great job! You’re killing it and are already reaping all of these benefits. However, if you are like the majority of humans living in 2021, you most likely spend about 90% of your life indoors and have a sleep schedule that doesn’t align closely with the sun.

Don't Be a Mouthbreather

“Don’t be a mouthbreather” is today’s motto. The term “mouthbreather” has been tossed around to mean someone who is not the sharpest tool in the shed. Generally, mouthbreathers are characterized by a mouth hanging agape, possibly with a fly or two buzzing in and out, with a thousand mile stare plastered on their face. This image is definitely not one that screams intellect and as it turns out, it actually is smarter to breathe through your nose.

Let In Some Light

When thinking about the benefits of being out in the sun, it is easy to jump right to vitamin D production as the leading benefit. While being out in the sun does help our bodies produce vitamin D, there are a slew of other benefits that humans get when we step out for a little bit of sunlight every day.
I doubt anyone reading this article wakes up at sunrise, heads to bed shortly after sunset, and spends most of their day outside. If that is you, great job! You’re killing it and are already reaping all of these benefits. However, if you are like the majority of humans living in 2021, you most likely spend about 90% of your life indoors and have a sleep schedule that doesn’t align closely with the sun.

Don't Be a Mouthbreather

“Don’t be a mouthbreather” is today’s motto. The term “mouthbreather” has been tossed around to mean someone who is not the sharpest tool in the shed. Generally, mouthbreathers are characterized by a mouth hanging agape, possibly with a fly or two buzzing in and out, with a thousand mile stare plastered on their face. This image is definitely not one that screams intellect and as it turns out, it actually is smarter to breathe through your nose.

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