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Hey doc I go out around 11 am and take sun for 10-15 minutes. As I'm outside, Is it okay to take the sun only on the face,neck and hands to get enough Vitamin D for everyday? Or should I take more ?
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Greetings!!   It is best to get sun exposure early morning 6-7am, it's ok if only face, neck, hands get exposed
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Gud evening it's ok to take 10-15mins of direct sunlight for getting direct vit-d through it.Try to have a healthy food plate too with concentrating on lifestyle modification.
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More the skin exposure, better the absorption of UV rays. Best time to take sunlight is from 11 am to 2 pm. All the best.
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