Take a Sunbath

Take a Sunbath

November 11, 2019 | Hope Channel Southeast Asia

 

Not only plants absorb and metabolize sunlight. Human beings do it too. However, the relationship between sun exposure and health in humans isn’t as straightforward as we might want it to be. Genes are a factor of how humans metabolize sunlight; as is skin type. For instance, people with pale skin that burns easily under the sun are more likely to get skin cancer if exposed too much to sun. The timing and duration of exposure is also a crucial factor when it comes to how our bodies metabolize sunlight.

Sunbathing we can avoid many diseases, and cure many others.

Sunbaths should be taken exposing the skin in morning hours, before 10 a.m. Also, we should avoid prolonged exposures during summer season.


What are the benefits?

  • Sunbathing improves the circulation of blood throughout the body.
  • It increases the amount of blood that is pumped through the body in each contraction of the heart.
  • It increases the capacity of the blood to transport oxygen.
  • It helps to regulate blood pressure.
  • It increases the number of white blood cells and stimulates the ability to destroy germs and cancer cells.
  • It increases a substance called Gamma globulin that is responsible for fighting infections.
  • It improves liver function and helps the body to eliminate toxic substances and environmental pollutants.
  • It stabilizes blood sugar levels, lowering or increasing it according to the alteration but always bringing it to its normal value.
  • It reduces the level of cholesterol and other fats in the blood up to 30%.

‘Then God said, "Let there be light"; and there was light’.(Genesis 1:3) Sunshine is one of nature's most healing agents, How great it is that the same God that created galaxies and universe, created also the sun, a great source of energy and healing, thinking specially in you and your wellbeing, That’s only an act of a loving God.


References:

theadventistdiet.com/seventh-day-adventist-health-principle-sunlight/

https://www.tricitymed.org/2018/08/5-ways-the-sun-impacts-your-mental-and-physical-health/

https://www.ahelp.org/why-sunshine-is-important-for-health/

4 www.theactivetimes.com/fitness/nutrition/15-health-benefits-sunshine