Daily short 15 minute bursts of sun exposure is very necessary for the human skin to develop Vitamin D. Being out in the sun is invigorating and we all love it. The downside of the sun is excessive exposure will cause a traumatic burn. To avoid sunburns, wear protective clothing or appropriate sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or more. If you do burn your skin, make sure to hydrate with water and apply aloe gel to burned areas for healing. If there are any blisters or you feel confused or feverish, go immediately to seek medical care. Remember that small doses of sun exposure are in our best interest. Doses that lead to a burn are never good.


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