How to Boost Your Immune System After a Long Winter

If you’ve lived in Colorado, you know that we can have some of the snowiest weather in the spring. It’s as if mother nature is dangling a carrot in front of us in the spring after several cold winter months with less sunlight. Now that we have Stay-Home Sheltering, it’s important that we get enough sunlight to produce vitamin D which will help us remain healthy and support our immune system.

The human body soaks up that sunshine to produce energy and replenishes vitamin D. Being deficient with vitamin D increases oxidative stress that results in fatigue. It may also lessen your immune system to fight off common colds and viruses including Covid-19.

One of the simplest ways for you to naturally boost your vitamin D and immune system is to lay in a whole body photobiomodulation red light therapy system 2-3 times a week for 15-minute sessions.

If your body seems a bit rundown from being indoors for most of the winter and on those cloudy snowy spring days, go get a nice warm hug and some natural light in a Prism Light Pod, whole body red light therapy system to boost your vitamin D production.

Read more about Vitamin D:

https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminD-HealthProfessional/

Read more about Prism Light Pod: https://prismlightpod.com/

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