This One Tool will Initiate Intimacy, Improve Mood, and Increase Immunity

Oct 30, 2023
Boy skipping on the beach

The fitness and health club industry exceeded 96 billion U.S. dollars 2019. It seems everywhere we turn there is another ad or post about a “magical” pill that will improve every aspect of your life and turn you into an instant fitness model.

However, there is one tool that may be grossly overlooked and it is free.

Sunlight. The big yellow ball in the sky! Half the reason we go to the beach. 

It is commonly understood that the UV rays from the sun can have some harmful effects. Over the last decade a tremendous amount of research has gone into how sunlight can be beneficial.

Initiate Intimacy

It has long been understood that increased levels of testosterone and estrogen are vital for intimacy. Both males and females have testosterone and estrogen, albeit in different ratios. Studies have shown that a higher increase in both testosterone and estrogen in males and females leads to an increase desire to have intimacy. 

A recent study found that UV blue light, found in sunlight, acts as an accelerator for testosterone and estrogen which leads to an increased desire to mate. The largest endocrine organism in your body, the skin, is a hormone producing organism. When you soak in UB blue light it produces the hormones which accelerate the hormones and thus the desires.

There is a red warning here through….too much light and you may get a sunburn. There is a balance of allowing your skin to collect UV blue light and a sunburn. The good news is that 20-30 minutes of midday sun exposure 2-3 times a week is enough to increase the hormones and produce the desired results.

Improve Mood

The other day I was watching a movie and the main character was going through a particularly difficult and stressful event. In an effort to stop the potentially downward spiral the heroine stepped outside for a few moments. 

One of my favorite activities during the pandemic lockdown was going for walks as a family. Each time we go out into the evening sun we arrived home happier and more relaxed.

When we spend time in the sun we receive a dose of Vitamin D3 which has been shown to improve mood and cognition. Additionally, time spent in the sun has been shown to decrease cortisol (a stress hormone) and help reset circadian rhythm which is associated with sleep. 

So the next time you are feeling drowsy and stressed out, spend a few moments in the sun. Allow it to safely soak into your skin.

Increase Immunity

A few months ago I wasn’t feeling well and knew I was on the verge of sickness. As an entrepreneur who owns two businesses and employees over 20 people, I knew I didn’t have time to be sick. In addition to making sure I was taking vitamins, eating healthy, and getting restful sleep, I knew I needed to get into the Sun. 

Ironically, I find that when I don’t feel well that I tend to avoid sun exposure. However, research has found that UV B light has an immunosuppressive response. 

In other words, sunlight and UV B lights helps our bodies fight off illness.

So the next time you are not feeling well get into the sun for 20-30 minutes.

Better yet…spend time in the sun on a consistent basis and you will naturally increase sexual hormones, improve your mood, and keep you healthier.

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