Vitamin D Supplementation Benefits Sleep, According To New Study*

There are a few ways that vitamin D and sleep could be connected. For starters, there are binding sites for vitamin D on nearly every cell in our body—including ones in our brain that affect sleep.* The fat-soluble vitamin also appears to play a role in the production of melatonin—the “hormone of darkness” that tells our bodies when it’s time for bed.* Exposure to sunlight suppresses the production of melatonin but encourages the production of vitamin D, so that’s another potential link.

While researchers are pretty sure that healthy vitamin D levels support healthy sleep (and vice versa), this new analysis notes that we still have more to learn about how exactly vitamin D supplementation plays into things.* However, it’s worth noting that there are plenty of other reasons to take a vitamin D supplement, beyond sleep support.*

Due to factors like diet and geography, many of us don’t get adequate amounts of vitamin D from sunlight and diet alone. Taking a daily supplement of 5,000 IU of vitamin D3 can get levels back to that optimal range—and support bone and muscle healththyroid healthoral health, and much more in the process.*

The best part is that vitamin D supplements are easy to incorporate into your life. While other restful habits like staying off electronics at night and limiting stress levels take effort, taking a D3 gelcap is something you can basically do in your sleep.

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