Our world survives thanks to water; industries, society, and families wouldn’t endure without this liquid treasure. That´s why is so important to protect the highest concentration of water which is the ocean. But, beyond those areas, we´ll show you how we get also personal benefits from the sea.
Thanks to the sea we have coasts and beaches, they are awesome places to visit during a vacation, when you think about the beach you raise your dopamine levels, feeling happy and relaxed.
Just by thinking about it!?
According to the Journal of Biological Chemistry by Mitchell, 73% of our heart and brain are composed of saltwater…
Our whole body hosts a 60% of this wonderful liquid, so it´s natural, we are already drawn to these highly concentrated bodies of water, not only because of their beauty, we need them.
Our body asks for the sea and we have the feeling and necessity of visiting the beach not only to party, unconsciously we need to feel it and breath it.
So if you get good vibes and benefits just by wondering about the sea, imagine everything you´ll get on your next visit to the beach.
Thalasso-therapy, Amazingly Restorative
Thalasso-therapy is the process of breathing in saltwater.
Its name comes from the Greek word Thalassa, it means “sea”.
Is the use of seawater as a form of therapy.
It is based on the regular use of seawater, sea products, and shore climate.
Specialists claim the properties of seawater have beneficial effects upon the pores of the skin.
It helps to relieve asthma, colds, and anxiety.
Swimming in the sea also helps to pump blood throughout our bodies.
By breathing saltwater, you relax your muscles and improve the processes of your internal organs.
Respiratory exercises can be performed to maximize its benefits.
- Fill in the lungs while pulling the head back and the scapulae coming together, which opens the chest.
- With the lungs full, retained air for at least two seconds, and can reach up to five.
- The head is lowered again and the shoulder blades are relaxed while exhaling slowly to empty the lungs. The expiration should last from five to ten seconds.
- You can practice 20 breaths and taking at least two sessions per day.
Benefits for Your Skin
Sea salt water is full of numerous skin-healing benefits.
Some minerals we find in saltwater are Magnesium, calcium, and potassium.
They help to absorb toxins in the body and promote the healing process.
Sea salt is a natural exfoliator.
When you hang out in the ocean, the salt helps to slough off dead skin and promote healthy skin cell production.
Saltwater also helps to treat skin problems such as psoriasis, acne, and eczema.
It is not only limited to the water itself.
Other benefits from seawater are the treatments that apply seawater, seaweed, mud, sand and all substances coming from the sea are used for curative and preventative purposes, too.
The temperature of the water causes resistance in the vascular system.
It brings cutaneous vasoconstriction and central vasodilation, it causes an increase in the respiratory and cardiac rhythm, something very effective to alleviate circulation problems such as cellulite and varicose veins.
Sea Water Relieves Fatigue
The water you drink is used by the body to eliminate toxins and discarded elements that it does not need.
There is also a way to relieve fatigue more than just drinking it.
The sea gives you a massage for free…
The massage of sea pressure, it is the result of the weight of the water that remains on the batter and the surface of the sea.
But the water between the bottom and the swimmer also presses and pushes it up.
This pressure favors muscle and joint movements. It also benefits blood circulation and the lymphatic system.
Take advantage of tall the Benefits from the Ocean coming to Costa Rica
Costa Rica hosts the best beaches in the world.
Playa Hermosa, in Santa Teresa Puntarenas, is one of the most wonderful beaches in Costa Rica, you can visit us and take advantage of all the benefits of the sea.
Here you´ll find Perfect Sunset School, so come and visit us to start healing your body and mind.
“The sea cures all ailments of man.” – Plato