Sitting in your office, enduring the suffocating summer heat and dreaming of the beach in the Caribbean of your next vacation … The moments you will enjoy in paradise. Relaxing in Saona Island or snorkeling under the crystal clear waters of Catalina Island… Sound familiar? Going to the beach is something that we always like, and we could even almost say that it is also a necessity because the fact of escaping a few days to reborear in sand and salt turns out that it is also beneficial for our health.
Did you know that breathing the sea breeze has benefits on your health? Yes, so in addition to relaxing looking at a unique landscape in the Dominican Republic, you can benefit from the beneficial properties of the sea. Stroll along the beach that walking on the sand is also good. Bathe in the sea water and enjoy its positive effects.
Next to the ocean, the sea breeze manages to cause harmful particles to disperse until a clean air is created and, as a consequence, healthier.
1. It helps us to relax and sleep better: You know, it is true that when we go to the beach we arrive home tired, even though we have not done anything. It is not only because we find ourselves with fewer people and relax in the hammock, but also because a natural environment facing the sea helps us to improve our stress levels.
2. Improve our joints with a walk: If we join the beach with the concept of health, surely we think about taking advantage of our vacations, to do more exercise, even if it is to make long and relaxing walks, which can favor us more than we think. In passing the sun gives us (always with sunscreen), we take a little color and vitamin D.
3. The sea breeze improves our breathing: We all do it, we arrive at the beach, we release the bags, and we breathe deeply to say that “it smells of the sea”. A custom that turns out to be pretty healthy. The sea breeze acts as a kind of spray or natural spray very rich in iodine, perfect for regulating the thyroid gland and the degree of humidity, helps the expulsion of mucus.
4. Natural chemistry: Unlike fresh water, salt water has a much more complex composition and in fact “acquires its characteristic salty taste due to the high concentration of mineral salts that are dissolved, rich in chlorides, sodium, magnesium, calcium, potassium, iodine, etc. The sea water and the elements that accompany it are ideal to preserve the integral health by its general repercussion on the metabolism and the organic and physical functions.