Top 10 Benefits of Sunbathing for Women
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Benefits of sun exposure: For different people, sun exposure has different effects. First of all, for pregnant women, because also needs to enhance calcium absorption for baby, so every day sunbathing is not less half an hour in summer. In winter at least one hour a day, so that pregnant women and babies can get enough calcium; for children, they are in the stage of growth and development, and they should sunbathe every day; the elderly are also calcium-deficient, so sunbathing every day is also necessary.
Reduce the risk of ovarian cancer
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Benefits of sun exposure: A study from the University of San Diego shows that women living at lower latitudes have a lower risk of developing ovarian cancer than people at higher latitudes, because they have been exposed to sunlight for a longer period, absorb vitamin D, more conducive to cancer prevention than the latter.
Reduce multiple sclerosis
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Multiple sclerosis is a chronic central nervous system disease. The main symptoms include visual impairment, muscle weakness, and even serious problems such as disability. Studies have found that in areas with little light at high latitudes are more likely to have multiple sclerosis than those living near the equator. A 2014 study also found that improving vitamin D deficiency can slow the condition of multiple sclerosis and reduce related brain damage.
Reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer
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Pancreatic cancer is the twelfth most popular cancer in the world and the seventh fatal disease. Research from the University of California, San Diego Medical School found that the disease has the highest incidence in countries with the least amount of light. The lead investigator responsible for the study pointed out that if living in high latitudes, or often overcast areas, it is difficult for people to rely on the sun to supplement enough vitamin D, which will cause residents in the area has higher risk of pancreatic cancer.
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Since 1980, Danish researchers have conducted research on 4.4 million Danish people for 26 years and found that exposure to sun has increased longevity. Studies in Sweden have also found that women who are not exposed to the sun have twice the mortality rate compared to women who sunbathe in the summer.
Lowering blood pressure
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Hypertension is prone to occur in winter and in areas far from the equator. A 2014 article published in the Journal of Dermatology Research gives an explanation: Exposure to sunlight can cause Nitric oxide is absorbed by the blood, which helps lower blood pressure. The University of Warwick, participated in the study, believes that this study extends the benefits of sun exposure beyond the benefits of vitamin D supplementation.
Reduce the risk of arthritis
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A study published in the Yearbook of Rheumatology found that in Hawaii and Arizona, where the sun is most abundant in the United States, women are 21% less likely to suffer from rheumatoid arthritis than in Alaska and Oregon, which have the least sunlight. Interestingly, however, this result was apparent only in older women. The researchers analyzed that this may be because young women are relatively likely to pay more attention to sun protection or less chance of sun exposure.
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Sunlight has a lot to do with the mental state of human beings. In the morning, exposure to the sun is equivalent to turning on the serotonin secretion switch. Conversely, life without exposure to sunlight can cause serotonin deficiency, impatience, lack of energy, and insomnia, leading to depression symptoms. In addition, often feel the huge pressure can also lead to an increase in active oxygen and promote skin aging.
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Sun exposure can help the body obtain vitamin D, which is also the main source of vitamin D in the body. Vitamin D is also called "sunshine vitamin". The source of vitamin D3 contained in human skin is produced by converting ultraviolet rays in the sun and converted into vitamin D. It can help the body to absorb calcium and phosphorus, and make bones strong. It has a preventive effect on infant osteochondrosis and rickets. For adults, it can prevent osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Benefits of sun exposure: UV rays in sunlight can increase the activity of human immune cells, and have the effect of improving human immunity and disease resistance; UV rays in sunlight are also natural "bactericides". Proper sun exposure can kill eliminate bacteria and viruses on your body to prevent infection.
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