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Discover The Benefits Of Vitamin Sea



It is not a hidden fact that water has a positive impact on us- physically and mentally. Owing to this impact, swimming is preferred by most as it is not only refreshing but also comes with a wide range of health benefits. But did you know, swimming in sea water has additional benefits? Ocean waters contain an endless supply of minerals, vitamins, amino acids, trace elements and micro-organisms which have antibacterial effects and can even work as natural antibiotics. These components are absorbed by the skin when you swim and even by inhaling a sea mist. That is why, swimming in oceans and seas can be instrumental for one’s health. Here are some more reasons why taking a refreshing dip in seawater-


Sea swimming has been known to actively improve your health and wellness with calming immersion and exposure to sun. The elements activate the body’s healing mechanisms and support healing for diseases, asthma, bronchitis, arthritis and localised aches and pains. Also rich in magnesium, seawater helps release stress, relax your muscles, promote deep sleep and spiritually cleanse your aura.

Those with issues such as psoriasis and eczema may see particular benefit. The magnesium in seawater also lowers cortisol levels in the body, calming the nervous system and reducing the likelihood of stress-induced skin breakouts. By immersing yourself both in nature and the cold water, you will naturally encounter more germs. This is not necessarily a bad thing, provided you have got your flu vaccine and make sure to warm up quickly after getting out. Regular dips in cold water helps regulate your antioxidant processes in the body, helping to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. Swimming in the sea has also been linked to stimulating the parasympathetic system which is responsible for rest and repair and can trigger the release of dopamine and serotonin. These are a vital part of keeping us happy and low levels are linked with depression. This is often known as Hydrotherapy. Moreover, the magnesium in seawater makes you more relaxed and leads to a deeper sleep.


It is true that sea swimming offers a lot of benefits, but it is always better to take precautions. Swimming in the ocean introduces potential hazards, including severe temperatures and limited visibility. Currents, waves and tides present unpredictable changes in water resistance. In addition, marine life such as jellyfish and the ever-dreaded shark can cause physical injury. Before swimming in the ocean, be aware of these potential hazards. In addition, consider wearing a wetsuit to help protect against hypothermia.


Take a dip in the ocean and reap the unlimited benefits that it offers!


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