Does vitamin D work on depression?

We get more vitamin D in the morning from the sun.

WHO estimates that 280 million people suffer from depression every year.

Scientists in Eastern Finland have revealed a link between depression and vitamin D.

These scientists conducted an experiment on 53,235 people and found that vitamin D gave a good response to depression.

Some were treated with vitamin D and others were tested with placebo drugs.

The scientists said that those with depression who took vitamin D had better results than those who took placebo drugs.

Scientists have announced that vitamin D has better results in people with depression than conventional medicine.