30 Sep Support the Inner Warrior by Visiting the Beach
Did you know that one of the best things you could do for your help is to visit the beach today?
Beaches are one of the most enjoyable features that we can find on our planet. It’s so popular that households with enough money will spend exorbitant sums to live close to this natural resource.
Many of us only make it to the beach on holidays or during a vacation. It makes us feel happy when we are there, and we don’t feel as good when we’re away from it.
When you are ready to bring out the warrior inside, consider these benefits that develop when you have a beach day.
List of the Benefits of Going to the Beach
1. You will sleep better after a day at the beach.
The three most common reasons why people struggle to sleep at night are a lack of fatigue, high anxiety levels, or a hormonal imbalance. The beach provides natural remedies that counter all of these insomnia triggers.
2. You get the vitamin D you need in a few minutes.
When you first arrive at the beach, delay putting on your sunblock for about 15 minutes. That will give the sun enough time to produce some vitamin D for you. A surprising number of people are deficient in this nutrient, even though it is readily available in milk, foods, and supplements. Your skin produces it naturally, helping you to start feeling better in minutes.
3. Visiting the beach can give your immune system a boost.
If you live close to the ocean, the saltwater has natural antifungal and antibacterial properties. If you have an external infection that requires treatment, soaking it for a few minutes can produce positive results. Even when you have an internal condition, swimming in the water can boost your thyroid gland’s function to improve your body’s resolve.
4. The salt in the air acts as a natural exfoliant.
When you spend a day at the beach, the effects the environment has on your skin our incredibly positive. The sand works to exfoliate your hands, feet, and body. It’s a natural way to get rid of the dead skin layers that can build up, especially on your heels. It also opens the pores from the sunlight swarms, allowing the saltwater to pull out toxins. You can forget about blemishes!
5. Saltwater provides a low-impact workout environment.
If you have injuries that limit your mobility, your doctor may advise you to get some exercise in a swimming pool. Why go to an expensive gym when a visit to the beach might be free? When you swim in a saltwater environment, your body has extra buoyancy. It has even less weight to support than you would have at the pool, helping your body get the therapy to recover from several conditions.
When you get to spend time at the beach, it feels like you’re connecting to the rest of the universe. Try to get out there as often as you can to support your overall health.