You learned about the benefits of basking in the sun earlier. Does that mean that I can bask in the sun unscrupulously? No, the following dos and don'ts can help you bask in the sun more safely.
Grasp the best time to bask in the sun from 6:00 to 10:00, the infrared rays in the sun are relatively high, and the ultraviolet rays are low. Sunlight makes people feel warm and achieves the effect of promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis. Between 16:00 and 17:00, the A beam of ultraviolet rays is high, which can promote intestinal absorption of minerals such as calcium and phosphorus, bone calcification, and enhance resistance and immunity. Generally, healthy people can bask in the sun for 30 to 60 minutes daily.
Don't wear too much when in the sun some people worry that exposure to ultraviolet rays will damage the skin, causing skin aging or darkening. Hence, they wear sunscreen clothing, which is contrary to sun exposure. Wearing sun protection clothing UV rays are difficult to penetrate through clothing and act on the skin, so try to take off sun protection clothing. If you are afraid of tanning on your face, try to wear a hat with a brim.
Choose a place with fresh air to bask in the sun because of the hot weather in summer. Many people turn on the air conditioner in the house and bask in the sun through the glass. This has no effect. Because glass absorbs UV rays, choosing a sunny environment with fresh air is the correct way. You can wear red clothes when basking in the sun. Because red radiation waves can directly swallow short-wave ultraviolet rays with slightly more decisive lethality, which is beneficial to your health.
Sunbathe your legs, back and hands, can remove the cold in the body and protect the joints. Sunbathing on the back can expel the chill in the spleen and stomach, promote food digestion, and dredge the back meridians, which is beneficial to heart and lung health.
Do not to bathe before and after sun exposure. Taking a bath immediately after sun exposure will wash off certain substances that synthesize active vitamin D in the skin, which cannot better promote mineral absorption. Also, do not eat some photosensitized foods before sun exposure, such as coriander lemon, fish, shrimp, crab, and celery, etc., otherwise it will cause solar dermatitis, and may also lead to photosensitivity drug eruption.
In summer, the ultraviolet rays are relatively strong, and you must drink more water in the sun to avoid dehydration. Also, wash your face and apply moisturizer to prevent drying your skin. During the sun, you can eat more foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which can protect the skin and reduce the damage caused by ultraviolet rays to the skin, such as salmon, chicken breast, mushrooms, and animal livers. If you feel dizzy and dizzy when you are in the sun, you need to go to an excellent place to rest immediately to avoid heat stroke.
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