According to recent studies, low Vitamin D levels in our body have been linked with a genetic abnormality prevalent among many people with multiple sclerosis (MS). The research says that in a person with low levels of Vitamin D, this gene will not function properly, and that makes them vulnerable to several environmental triggers suspected in MS. Not just this, Vitamin D is considered a strong brain-cell-protective hormone and efficiently works through the diverse and complex mechanisms of our brain. It helps in calcium regulation, and also has anti-oxidative properties. It also supports our immune system and enhances brain cell signaling.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could get the sun’s rays and Vitamin D all year round? Yes, that’s true but we all know that it is easier said than done. The primary reason for it being that it is just not possible for anyone of us to stand in the middle of the road or atop their roofs soaking up the sun all year around. Considering our busy lifestyle and the kind of jobs we do, getting enough sunlight or natural Vitamin D just seems impossible.
Especially during winters when the sun is fading most of the times, it becomes even harder to get quality sun rays and get that much needed Vitamin D in our body. This is the reason we are Vitamin D deficient. Yes, close to 80% of the American population suffers from this deficiency which is now being termed as the silent epidemic. But as the time progressed there have been some technological breakthroughs that promise to deliver us from this one huge problem.
There have been many researches and experiments and the one that has been successful in coming up with a viable and practical solution to this is SolTech+’s UVTR™ (Ultra Violet Transmission Ray) technology. For the ones who don’t know, they will be surprised to find out that we can now purchase lightweight sunscreen clothing that not only help our body absorb the good rays of the sun and produce Vitamin D naturally but also prevent us from the bad effects of over exposure.
Yes, sun exposure is like a dual edged sword. It has its benefits and but it also comes with its hazards. Keeping this in mind and the fact that most of us don’t get enough sun throughout the year so that our body can effectively produce Vitamin D gave birth to this invention. This advanced and lightweight sunscreen clothing line provides the wearer with a safe and effective method to soak in the sun’s beneficial rays and get all the Vitamin D that is needed for normal physical and mental functions.
They are made of a specially treated material and come with a protective layer on top that lets these clothes adjust to atmospheric conditions. Not only this, but the UVTR™ also adjusts to changing wavelengths of the seasonal sun and keeps you warm and cozy even during the coldest weather when the chilliest winds are wreaking havoc outside. The design and construction of these lightweight sunscreen clothing are such that they easily allow natural UVA and UVB rays of the sun to pass through so that your body gets adequate sun exposure to manufacture Vitamin D naturally.
Vitamin D and Beyond with Sun Tan Clothes
Research says that you can get enough Vitamin D and sunlight through clothes. SolTech+’s UVTR™ (Ultra Violet Transmission Ray) technology is a 100% a safe and proven way to get ample amount of both of them that is necessary to get strong bones and healthy joints. These sun tan clothes have been constructed with a treated protective layer. This helps them to adjust to atmospheric conditions and varying temperatures.
The sun has specific wavelengths to which the UVTR™ adjusts easily and this makes sure that you are kept warm. These clothes allow the natural UVA and UVB rays to pass through without any deflection. They come with an ergonomic and comfortable design that has been created keeping in mind the thorough heat mapping analyses that was conducted prior to creating these sun tanning clothes.
This invention is based on years of research & technological innovation. These clothing lines present an all natural, affordable and a very much sustainable way of boosting not just your Vitamin D but mood as well. What gave rise to this invention is the need for natural sunlight and a better way to get stronger bones and a way to a healthier lifestyle. The sun is usually fading and rather “cool” during winters and the summer sun is just too risky to bathe in. So what are we left with? Sun tanning clothes and getting Vitamin D and sunlight through clothes! If you too are one of the many Americans who suffer from Vitamin D deficiency, choose these apparels for you and your loved ones.
Vitamin D deficiency is a silent epidemic that has been spreading like a wild albeit sneaky fire among many Americans and now more than 80% or our population suffers from this disease. Vitamin D deficiency is also being blamed for a lot of other diseases and health problems right from cancer to heart disease and diabetes and also SAD i.e. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Investing in the “Clothing of the Sun” can be very beneficial to you as it is created with high quality solar receptive material that can safely absorb the sun’s rays and the Vitamin D present in them and then transfer it to the body. These apparels also protect us from harsh weather no matter what the temperature is.
Years of research, experimenting and development, have resulted in the creation of the UVTR™ technology (Ultra Violet Transmission Ray). These sun tanning clothes are designed with nanoparticles that vibrate at optimal frequencies to allow UVA and UVB rays from the sun to pass through the material easily.
While there are plenty of discussions related to the various health benefits that we get from adequate sun exposure, they typically center on the absorption of Vitamin D. We don’t know yet that UVB exposure has a wide variety of other health benefits as well that are beyond Vitamin D.
With ample sun light and UVB rays you can enhance your mood and energy levels and it is also a good way to regulate melatonin, and an effective way to suppress MS symptoms. It also protects us from melanoma which is the most dangerous form of skin cancer.