The sunny summer days are all set to arrive and we all are ready to hit the beaches to enjoy sunbathing with our friends and loved ones. Warmer weather and clearer skies call everyone towards the sunbathing mania. [contentblock id=1 img=adsense.png]
Since ages, sunbathing has been quite popular among the circles and people just love feeling the warmth of sun while lying down in front of the waves of cool beaches. However, the conflicting information about the effects of sun bathing is raising spark nowadays. The warnings related to sun exposure are harsher than ever, as skin cancer is getting very common.
Risks Related to Sun Bathing
It has been estimated that the cases of skin cancer are rapidly increasing annually. The major reason of skin cancer is the harsh exposure of Ultra violet radiation. When these unkind UV rays penetrate deep in skin it causes change in cells that can cause sunburn, DNA damage, skin cancer and premature ageing.[contentblock id=2 img=adsense.png]
The two types of ultra violet radiation are UVA and UVB. While UVA is responsible for causing skin ageing, UVB is the major cause of sunburn. Both the conditions are thought to be considered as the significant risk behind skin cancer. Teenagers and young kids, who regularly use sun beds, have more chances to get hit by Melanoma, a third most common cancer.[contentblock id=3 img=adsense.png]
Below Are Some Well-Known Benefits of Sunbathing:
• Regulate our moods and increase alertness
• Alleviate tiredness, increase libido and ease down depression.
• Synthesize Vitamin D that helps building up strong bones. In addition, higher levels of vitamin D protect us from colon, breast and other cancers.