Summer is synonymous with joy and wellbeing. It is a time of year very beneficial for our body:
- Bookseller vitamin D
The sunny and warm climate helps replenish levels of vitamin D, one of the most important vitamins for numerous reactions of the human body. Vitamin D is essential to have good health because it strengthens the immune system, increases bone strength, increases metabolism, plays a key role in cancer prevention and fosters a better mood.
- Fresh food (fruit and vegetables)
The sun and heat stimulate consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables. Our body does not need much energy to stay warm, which is why we fled heavy meals, opting for lighter meals do. These foods are low in calories and high in antioxidants and vitamins. They help stop premature aging, diabetes, are ideal for lowering cholesterol levels and slow cognitive decline.
- More time for physical activity
The sun and warmth encourage us to be on the street, to be active, to enjoy the outdoors. From hiking, biking, swimming, yoga outdoor, badminton, football …With exercise the bones, heart, immune system, muscles are strengthened and more. It also serves to improve mood, increase feelings of well-being, reduce mental stress, strengthens self-confidence and self-esteem, relieve depression …
- Increased sweating
Although it can be annoying, sweating is a process that provides many health benefits. Sweating is a way for the body to detoxify. Sweat controls and regulates body temperature.
- Walking barefoot
Like you is not paid much attention to this habit, however, it is a key to good health component. Walking barefoot is more than an exercise for toning the body. Walking barefoot stimulate our energy points since feet have a lot of nerve endings. For babies, it is generally recommended to walk barefoot, as it helps them to improve motor neuronal connection.