Tanning beds are better than vaccines
Scandinavian studies are now showing that the risk of flu can be influenced by our vitamin D levels. Fall and winter is high season for flu epidemics. Mainly it is because the viruses reproduce best when the humidity is around 50%, which makes our heated indoor environment in winter becomes a perfect environment for viruses.
Vaccinations provide a measure of protection, but the Scandinavian researchers have shown that it is much more important to have high vitamin D levels in the blood to avoid being hit by the flu virus. Several studies show that infection rates and mortality during flu epidemics increases linearly with decreased sun exposure. It is mainly due to the low vitamin D levels we have during the dark part of the year. During the period from September to April, the Sun's UV-B rays, from which we get more than 80% of our vitamin D, too weak to the body to produce vitamin D. The growth rate of the virus can be 20 times higher than the rest of the year, which is equivalent to a 600 times more likely to get the virus.
The Scandinavian studies show that moderate tanning in tanning beds can serve as an excellent preventive measure to avoid viruses. The study thus confirms that tanning beds are an excellent source of vitamin D through the skin vitamin production in exactly the same way as natural sunlight. "There is a compelling research showing that moderate sun exposure during erytema level * stimulates the production of vitamin D, which thereby strengthens the body's immune system. In order to protect themselves against the flu virus, it may therefore be wise to visit a solarium continuously during the winter months when the Sun is too weak to synthesize vitamin D naturally, "explains Ad Fire on Sunlight Research Forum4.
These are just a few of a very large number of studies that show at D-vitamin's unparalleled positive impact on our health and they confirm that UV light from the solarium, like UV light from the Sun, is the only realistic source of vitamin D. Vitamin D is its name to spite a hormone and thus intended to be formed in the body and not be ingested as food or pills. Almost every cell in our body has a receiver for vitamin D which makes it not only reduces the risk of viruses, but also has a positive impact on the whole of our immune system. High levels of vitamin D have been shown to reduce the risk of many of our most common endemic diseases and a large number of internal cancers.