Sunday, January 15, 2017

BENEFITS OF NUDITY & SUN BATHING NUDE


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Original post by @ The Benefits of Responsible Sunbathing


1. The Sun Helps Clear Up Psoriasis: Those suffering from psoriasis are treated by dermatologists by having the patient sit under a fluorescent light, simulating the rays of the sun. Going nude does the exact same thing. It's free when sunlight is possible, it's natural, and a relaxing experience.
2. Sleeping Nude: Sleeping nude allows the air to travel freely over your entire body. Your body is therefore better able to distribute heat. As a result, you'll be cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter (under blankets, of course).
3. Nudism Helps Prevent Lyme Disease: Lyme disease is carried by a little bug called the deer-tick. Deer-ticks bite when they lodge themselves between your clothing and your skin. You can brush them off more easily before they find a place to bite if you are nude.
4. Skinny dipping can help reduce rash from sea lice: Sea lice, or jellyfish larvae stings cause a painful, itchy rash. The sea lice sting when they get trapped between your suit and skin. The obvious conclusion is to reduce your swimwear to reduce the chances of getting stung.
5. Fertility May Be Improved By Nudism: Going nude allows the male genitals to adapt better to changes in temperature. Clothing inhibits the natural mechanism of the body, especially if that clothing is tight and restrictive. This, in turn, may result in reduced fertility.
6. Alleviate Depression through increase of serotonin and endorphins from sun exposure. When your brain produces serotonin and endorphins your mood can be very helpful in alleviating depression.
7. Reduce Insomnia: Sunbathing can reduce insomnia. Your brain has an internal clock which is set when you are in the sun, as well as causing melatonin production, both of which help with sleep cycle.
8. Clear Your Skin/Even out skin tone: Skin irritations such as acne, rashes, eczema, and athlete’s foot can be cured by sun exposure. Not only does getting some sun clear your skin, it can also give you a healthy glow.
9. Balance Hormones: The sun can help regulate the production of hormones. Lying in the sun can often help decrease symptoms of PMS or menopause. Being in the sun also stimulates the pineal gland of the brain, regulating its secretions, which may allow for more creativity, insight, and mindfulness, as well as helping to improve your mood.
10. Break Down Toxins: Sunbathing can help your liver function, and assist in breaking down wastes and toxins in your body which may cause disease or cancer.
11. Increase Circulation: Exposure to the sun increases both white and red blood cell count and helps the blood circulate more efficiently.
12. Get your Vitamin D: And last but not least is the most well known benefit of sunshine: Vitamin D. Exposure of the skin to the sun’s rays is the best way to attain this essential nutrient. Vitamin D helps the body regulate the immune system, increase calcium absorption, which leads to strong bones, and avoid kidney stones, diabetes, and even obesity. D3 is also thought to improve cognitive functions and decrease the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
In 1903, just over one hundred years ago, the Nobel Prize for Medicine was awarded to Niels Finsen, a Danish doctor who discovered that the sun's rays could cure tuberculosis, rickets and wounds.

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