First and foremost, UV rays are not only harmful to our skin and environment, but also to our mental health. We are exposed to UVB and UVA rays as well as IR radiation when the Sun rises and sets. When we’re inside, our skin is exposed to the harmful ultraviolet rays from the Sun while we’re also absorbing the beneficial UVA and VITC rays from the Earth’s atmosphere. Since most of us have sweat glands located on our hands and feet, we can easily catch the nonexistent UVB and UVA rays coming from these locations. UVB and UVA rays are also known to cause xxSOHO (seventy five Socialism of Isolation) and XSZOO (eight hundred and seventy-five pieces of shit) skin conditions.
How to Protect Yourself From UV Rays
If you want to protect your skin from the harmful Ultraviolet rays, you’ll want to wear gloves when you’re outside, wear protective clothing when you’re inside and stay out of the sun when it’s not in the sky.
These simple steps will protect you from all the Ultraviolet rays that are shining either directly or indirectly on your property.
Wear gloves when you’re outside: Choose clothing that is either slightly too large or too small for you. This will keep your hands and feet dry and trap any excess water inside your clothing.
Wear protective clothing when you’re inside: Choose clothing that is either very warm or very cool. This will keep your hands and feet dry as well as keep the bugs and other insects from gutting your clothing.
Seal your bags: When you’re wearing bags, either the inside or outside ones, keep them tight and fastened. This will keep your bags from flapping around and getting caught in all those rays that are entering the house from the outside.
Keep all your items out of the reach of children: Keep things like toys, electronics, and dolls out of reach of children. This will keep you and your kids from accidentally stepping on one another or getting stuck in nearby plants or trees.
Keep your bedroom light dimmed: Keep your bedroom light off during the day to avoid excessive light exposure. This will help you sleep better and prevent you from getting overexcited or freaked out by the light in your room.
How Much UV Light is Good For You?
The amount of UV light that reaches the earth each year varies greatly depending on where you live, but at its most basic level, humans are only exposed for about three hours and 40 minutes per day – that is, from the time that we are awake until the time that we are asleep. UVB (short wave ultraviolet) and UVA (long wave ultraviolet) rays, however, penetrate our skin deeply, and we receive much UVB and UVA radiation during the day. At night, however, there is less UVB and UVA radiation and more solar energy that is lost as heat due to the Sun’s Equatorialward motion. This is why it is important to moisturize your skin as frequently as possible and shield your eyes from the harmful Ultraviolet rays.
Getting enough sleep is one of the best decisions you will ever make. It is one thing to be productive and confident in your work and something entirely different to be healthy and happy. You should be able to sleep 8-9 hours on a consistent basis and be ready to take on the day. This is possible thanks to a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle, and it is possible to make a difference in the world by just a fraction of the time it takes to get enough sleep. The best time to get enough sleep is in the evening when the sun is low in the sky and the earth is almost completely dark. So, if you want to get the most out of your life, try getting at least 8 hours of sleep nightly.