Sea water therapy dates back to the Ancient Greeks, It has many healing and rejuvenating properties.
Swimming in the ocean is known to increase your immune system, circulation, promote overall general wellbeing and even hydrate your skin.
Sea water contains vital elements, vitamins, trace elements, amino acids and living microorganisms that can produce antibiotic an antibacterial effect to help promote a healthy immune system. Reportedly the components of seawater, similar to human blood plasma are easily absorbed and utilised by your body while swimming.
Amazing s a daily dip in the ocean gives us such a boost!!
Even inhaling a sea mist filled with negatively charged ions or molecules that attach to your lungs also boost your immune system..
So just sitting at the beach, relaxing, meditating or walking has a powerful effect on your body by absorbing the sea air!
Sea water opens up the pores in the skin to allow absorption of sea minerals an the expulsion of disease- causing toxins from the body..
So swimming or bathing in warm ocean water improves circulation by restoring essential minerals depleted by stress, a poor diet and environmental poisons.
The magnesium in seawater may also help hydrate and improve the appearance of your skin. According to a study in the February 2005 edition of the “International Journal of Dermatology,” bathing in a magnesium-rich Dead Sea salt solution helps promote skin moisture. People with atopic dry skin, or dryness on the skin’s surface, submerged one forearm for 15 minutes in a bath solution containing 5 percent Dead Sea salt and the other forearm in regular tap water. Researchers discovered that the salt solution improved skin hydration and significantly reduced skin inflammation symptoms such as redness and roughness when compared to tap water. Observed skin benefits were attributed to the high magnesium content of the Dead Sea salt.
I have been an ocean lover all my life and surfed since a teenager, I am a certified scuba diver and just love any chance I can to be in the ocean, I even enjoy paddle boarding at my local estuary..!
I know you “ALWAYS” come out of the water feeling better than you came in!
Embrace the sea life as much as you can! Its a gift for our wellness.. 😀