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Are you feeling a little blah in the bedroom? You may need to get outside more!
The Doctors share how sex drive is linked to having adequate vitamin D levels. ER physician expert Dr. Travis Stork explains that deficient levels can affect a woman's estrogen levels and a man's testosterone levels.
In addition to diet and taking a supplement, one way to get vitamin D is from spending time in the sun -- but just how long should you spend outside to achieve the right level without putting yourself at risk for skin cancer or sun damage?
Turns out, a little sunlight goes a long way. Dermatologist expert Dr. Sonia Batra says to aim for 2 to 3 times for just 5 to 10 minutes for achieving optimal vitamin D levels. She strongly warns against spending longer in the sun without wearing sunblock or protective clothing due.
Additionally, in the video above, The Doctors discuss how those who suffer from sleep apnea can also suffer from a lower sex drive and what you can do about it.