Sea Water

Sea water is actually a natural medicine that will help you improve your general health. Sea water contains many vitamins, mineral salts, amino acids and microorganisms that show antibiotic and antibacterial properties that benefit the human body. The sea contains all the elements important for our life – sodium, magnesium, calcium, potassium, silicon, even silver and gold.
Sea Water can strengthen your immune system.
Sea air and water are really good for both our soul and body.
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 Algae
The Sea water is rich in minerals produced by algae, they have long been considered a source of healthy and beauty. They stimulate cell renewal, improve the appearance of the skin.
Research has proven that sea water can very effectively relieve you the unpleasant symptoms of various diseases, such as colds, flu or bronchitis.
If you get a shallow injury, go into the sea. The wound will sting you at first, but salt sea water will disinfect it, clean it and make it heal faster. Sea salt has antiseptic and antihistamine properties, which is why it is beneficial for skin allergic reactions.
The World Pediatric Hospital has successfully used sea salt baths for many years to treat and alleviate allergies.
Holidays at sea improve our ability to take oxygen from the air, so our sleep becomes calmer and invigorating.
Even if you swim, you strengthen the muscles of the shoulders, arms, abdomen back and leg, plus it is a great way to get rid of extra pounds, because an hour of swimming burns 400 to 900 calories. If you spend a good part of your sea days swimming in the sea water , you will definitely lose weight – without a strict diet or tiring visits to the gym. Sunbathing brings not only a beautiful complexion, but also supplies us with vitamin D, which our body needs so much. Recent research confirms that it plays a key role in preventing many diseases, including multiple sclerosis and cancer. You don’t have to sunbathe in the heat to get vitamin D.
For sunbathing, go in the morning or evening hours. And be sure to use sunscreen …

Enjoy your vacation at the sea!

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