Luckily there are things you can do to stop that from happening. First, you can try to eat foods rich in vitamin D. Kofsky recommends including shiitake and button mushrooms, tuna, salmon, sardines, and eggs in your diet. There is a catch, though.
"Vitamin D is very hard to absorb through food, and the only way to truly get it from the sunlight is direct light for 20 minutes a day without sunscreen," she shares. "If you believe you might need to take supplements, I would first suggest getting your blood tested and making sure it's something you're actually low on."
If you're low in vitamin D (as determined by blood tests or your doctor), supplements are an effective option. "Personally, I love Pure Encapsulations Vitamin D supplements, and I would suggest starting with a low dose," Kofsky says. "Most people and clients I see can benefit from vitamin D, so if you're not getting it from the sun, it could be a great supplement to start taking!"