At the seaside finally, in Jesolo!
Discover the Benefits of the Sun: Wellness and Health in Jesolo, Sea, and Fun!
The sun, a precious ally or an enemy to our skin? In Jesolo, with the right precautions, enjoying the sun becomes a healthy habit that provides benefits without compromising your health.
That’s why just a few minutes of sun exposure a day (always with proper protection) are enough to receive an unparalleled dose of health and well-being!
BENEFITS FOR BONES, MUSCLES, AND JOINTS
The sun is not just synonymous with tanning!
Its light is a precious ally in the production of vitamin D, essential for bone health.
Moreover, it promotes calcium absorption, ensuring stronger and healthier bones.
The relaxing effects on muscles and effectiveness in joint mobility are additional reasons to embrace the sun in Jesolo.
BETTER MOOD AND WELL-BEING
Sunlight stimulates the production of serotonin and vitamin D, becoming a remedy for morale!
In Jesolo, enjoy the sun to regulate your biological rhythms, ward off stress, and create a sense of well-being and joy that only the sea can offer.
Discover in Jesolo the secrets of a life dedicated to well-being and happiness: sun, sea, and lots of fun await you!
The sun helps us sleep much better at night.
Sunlight involves the eyes, skin, nerves, and brain, resulting in the production of essential neurotransmitters for the sleep-wake cycle rhythm.
During the day, the sun also encourages the natural production of melatonin at night, regulating hormonal balance and ensuring excellent rest.
Exposure to sunlight promotes increased testosterone in men and progesterone in women.
This enhances the libido and reproductive capacity of both sexes.
ALSO FOR THE SKIN
Sunbathing without protection is very harmful, but done correctly, it can even have therapeutic properties for certain skin conditions.
For example, it can be an effective treatment for psoriasis and vitiligo.
Can you sunbathe with vitiligo? Where there are white spots, melanocytes are absent, making the skin susceptible to burning. It is crucial to adequately protect oneself.
However, especially in light-exposed areas, spontaneous repigmentation of vitiligo can be observed in 20% of cases, favored by sun exposure.
As seen, the sun can be harmful and beneficial simultaneously: common sense tells us that it’s good to be exposed with protection, avoiding times when the sun is most intense.
But, and this is important, it matters greatly that you feel good inside, perhaps surrounded by good friends, sports, and good readings.
We call all this… vacation!