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*lower blood pressure:a group of researchers at the University of Edinburgh found that a compound called nitric oxide that helps lower blood pressure is released into the blood vessels as soon as sunlight touches the skin.
*improve bone health:Vitamin D can be difficult to get from food alone.Sunbathing helps the body make vitamin D naturally. When you have higher levels of vitamin D3 in your blood, you are at a lower risk of suffering fractures of virtually all types. This is why sun exposure is especially important for bone health in older adults.
*improve sleep quality：Sunbathing can help regulate your circadian rhythm, and your body will start to get reliably drowsy when the sun goes down.
*ease mild depression:Moderate exposure to sunlight increases the levels of natural antidepressants in the brain and can actually help relieve this and other forms of mild depression.
1.Sunscreen:Sunscreen is a must in your suitcase!Apply the cream 20-30 minutes before going out into the sun. Use it abundantly and apply it again after leaving the water. Repeat this operation every 2-3 hours.
2.Shade:Take breaks in the shade when you get hot.Shade won’t protect you completely from UV rays, but it will help reduce your overall exposure.
3.Water:Please rehydrate in time to prevent dehydration.
4.Time:you should try to avoid long-term exposure during the hours of the strongest sunlight, that is from 10am to 3pm.
5.Completion:Please rehydrate your skin after you have sunbathed.
6.Cover up:If your skin is covered, then you’re going to have protection.Get yourself a trendy hat, a cap, or other head-wear and sunglasses to protect your eyes. When choosing sunglasses, check if they have a UV filter.Beach towel provide a clean place for you.
Tropical Flamingo Beach towel :Keep your body from getting dirty with sand
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