The Adriatic Times Sinke

You don’t need to be a doctor to know that swimming in clean sea benefits your body. As a matter of fact, the procedure of healing through sea means has one of the oldest names in medicine- thalassotheraphy. Here is what modern science revealed regarding one’s exposure to clean sea, and how it can contribute to human wellbeing.

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Sea water is full of vitamins, salts, amino acids and friendly microorganisms. Together, they act as natural antibiotic, helping your immune system to defend from harmful bacteria.

Ingesting sea air means bringing a large dosage of negative ions into your body, which will also contribute to its defensive capabilities.

Swimming in saltwater will widen your skin pores, and they will remove toxins from your organism more efficiently.

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Active swimming is probably one of the best ways to increase the quality of your cardiovascular system.

Being in warm sea will replenish your mineral level, assisting you in fight against stress, poor nutrition and outdoor pollution.

Longer exposure to sea will initiate your organism’s self-repair systems, and will considerably lower symptoms of asthma, arthritis, bronchitis and inflammation.

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Swimming in magnesium-rich water relaxes muscles, rising the quality of sleeping, thus charging your mental batteries.

The aforementioned magnesium will also hydrate your skin, contributing to its beauty and health. Seawater will also help people with dermatological issues, such as rashes and ruddiness.

Being in water is a sensation similar of being in mother’s womb, which provides sense of safety and security. Thus, vacation on the seaside increases your inner stability and reestablishes your positive energy.

These were just some reasons why being at seaside will make feel much better. Discover even more as you travel through Croatian coast.

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