Benefits of Recovering on The Beach

The beach can immediately relieve stress
As mentioned, the calming effects of the waves and sun combined is enough to make a person leave their stress behind. The heat of the sun, the sound of the waves, and your feet in the sand can help to fight off any feelings of anxiety and stress.

 A person, no matter who, can always sleep better after being at the beach
There are three main factors that can inhibit a person’s sleep: stress, not being physically tired, and imbalances in hormones. The beach can help to relive stress, regulate hormones, and give you the daily dose of exercise you need to feel tired.

You can absorb your daily amount of Vitamin D, and more!
Spending as little time as 10 minutes in the sun, you can absorb an entire day’s worth of vitamin D! The extra vitamin D you absorb throughout your day at the beach will be stored in your body to be used later.

Plenty of opportunities to exercise
Whether you’re swimming in the ocean, walking on the sand, or going for a jog, there are endless opportunities to exercise at the beach!

Your skin will look better and feel healthier
The sand will work to exfoliate skin, the salt water will detoxify pores once the sun opens them up, and the iodine in the water will destroy any bacteria in your skin that can cause blemishes.

Benefits of The Sea Fresh Air all year round.
Boosts your immune system It helps your immune system to fight off disease more effectively due to healthier white blood cells. It also supplies your immune system with the oxygen it needs to kill and destroy bacteria, viruses and germs. Breathing in stale air will not supply your body with enough oxygen to keep your cells fueled and functioning properly.

Calms you down
If you’re feeling especially stressed or nervous, taking in a few breaths of fresh air may leave you feeling much more refreshed and relaxed than you were before. When you step foot outside, serotonin production increases. This hormone can significantly lighten your mood and promote a sense of well-being and joy. Much like exercising releases feel-good endorphins, breathing in the fresh air can have the same effect. Even something as stressful as a large life event can be affected by nature.

Cleans your lungs
Breathing that fresh air in and out not only feels great, it’s benefiting your lungs. It helps the airways of your lungs to dilate more fully and improves the cleansing action of your lungs.

Gives you energy
If you’re finding that cups of coffee aren’t really doing the trick anymore to help you to stay alert during your day, you may want to get outside more often and breathe in the fresh air. Whether you’re outside or just sitting on your beach, that rush of fresh oxygen helps to naturally wake you up.

Improves heart health
Being outside and getting some air straight from the great outdoors helps to improve both blood pressure and heart rate due to the decrease in pollution, providing you with better overall heart health. Stale and dirty air forces the body to work harder to get the proper amount of oxygen it needs.

Boosts brain health
You’re breathing in more oxygen when you’re out in the fresh air. When your brain gets more oxygen, it’s going to be able to function more efficiently. It brings greater clarity and improved concentration.