Everybody loves Summer. It’s so warm and sunny. You can head to the beach, go on vacation maybe even spend some time with your family. There will be clear skies, so it can be guaranteed that you will be able to make the most of your days. However as much as Summer is exciting and enjoyable, it is important that you adequately protect yourself from the sun. You might wonder why you should you run away from it? After all Summer is all about the Sun. It’s all about basking under the warm sunlight and having glowing tan skin that you can rock with a carefree attitude.
However all that basking under the sun can be absolutely awful for your skin if you go about it the wrong way but before we look at why it can be harmful we need to understand what exactly sunlight is.Sunlight is part of the electromagnetic radiation emitted by the sun. It consists of three types of light; visible, infrared and ultraviolet. The latter, ultraviolet light has both benefits and disadvantages to your overall health.
The benefits include triggering the production of Vitamin D in your body, helping to fight some forms of cancer and generally improving your mood because it encourages the production of Tryptamines. The disadvantages on the other hand are quite huge. Ultraviolet light has been found to be the cause of 90% of skin cancers. It also causes sunburns, can cause the loss of sight and is linked to the development of cataracts in the eyes. It can also cause your skin to age quicker than it should and will even damage your immune system.
Therefore it is important that you protect yourself adequately from the sun. This is especially true if you go to the beach where you will be exposed to harsh sunlight for longer periods of time. Therefore you should make sure that you wear good quality sunscreen and stay under the shade of a beach umbrella Adelaide when the sun is its peak. Even when you go out for a shorter periods of time in the sun, you should wear sunscreen and use an umbrella.
If you don’t have an umbrella, then wait under commercial umbrellas or any other thing that provides shade during peak hours of sunlight when the Ultraviolet is at its harshest. Always do everything you can to protect your skin from harsh sunlight. Your skin is important so make sure you treat it the right way.