Every cell in our body
requires full-spectrum light to function correctly. When our cells are denied
it they become sluggish and acidic, a breeding ground for
Light particles, called Photons, are absorbed by the skin
and underlying tissue, triggering biological changes within the body in a
process known as photobiostimulation.
There are molecules within the cells of our bodies called
photo-acceptors that, when activated by the Ultra-Violet rays of light,
accelerate or speed up the cell repair process.
Heliotherapy was very popular in Europe in
the 1900s - 1920s. Many patients were healed from tuberculosis and many other
ailments including asthma, acne and eczema. When penicillin was discovered in
1938, big business and science rushed into the new area of antibiotics. Sun
therapy fell into disrepute.
But experts today agree that a lack of natural light is a
big contributing factor in diseases like depression1.
Exposure to light helps to set and maintain internal
"body clock" (circadian rhythm) which is essential for regulating
hormones, sleep patterns, mood and appetite
Sunlight can help tiredness and fatigue INCLUDING
symptoms of "jet lag"