It can be really hard not to turn the benefits of a vacation, like spending time outdoors or traveling, into a headache. For this reason, health authorities, in this case EPS Famisanar, have given ten recommendations to take care of the health of the largest organ in the body.
- The sun’s rays are strongest between 11am and 5pm. and 4 pm, care should be taken to avoid these hours of sunbathing.
- Apply sunscreen daily, at least SPF 50, all over your body 10 to 20 minutes before going outside. Emphasize the area of \u200b\u200bthe face, neck, neck and ears.
- Reapply sunscreen at least every two hours, and if it gets wet, reapply it immediately.
- If you’re doing any specific skin treatments (pigmentation removal, waxing, wrinkle or acne treatment), put it on hold during the holidays. Exposing the skin to more trauma, such as wind and sun, can be worse than treated. Turn it back on when you get back.
- Clothing is another form of protection, and hats are undoubtedly an excellent ally.
- Increase the use of moisturizing creams on your face and the rest of your body. Using one suitable for each skin type will avoid unwanted reactions.
- Drink plenty of fluids, water is essential. The skin contains a large amount of water and, when it is deficient, it can result in a dull face and a dull, aged complexion.
- Wear sunglasses when exposed to the sun, the eyes are a very important part and are also prone to burns.
- Do not leave your lips aside, constantly wet and protect them, as they can crack and cause serious injury.
- A balanced diet and eight hours of sleep a day are essential habits to always maintain optimal skin health.
Cancer: Types of Skin Spots to Look Out For
Cancer is the proliferation of abnormal cells in the body, the US National Library of Medicine tells MedlinePlus. “It occurs when a cell’s genetic material changes,” he says.
“Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the world. In 2018, it caused 9.6 million deaths, that is, one in every six”, notes the World Health Organization (WHO).
Then there are many risk factors that can influence the development of any type of cancer, but the most notable are: obesity, viruses, alcohol consumption and prolonged exposure to the sun, among others.
Therefore, no one is exempt from contracting this disease, but changing some habits can be essential to reduce the rates of its appearance. While the most common types are rectal, prostate, breast, lung, and colon, skin also stands out.
Skin cancer is associated with excess exposure to the sun and is divided into three: squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma and melanoma, explains the Mayo Clinic. The main areas where this condition can appear are the ears, neck, arms, hands, face and others.
No one is exempt from suffering from this, that is, those with white or dark skin can have the same chances of danger; However, people with fair skin are more sensitive.
Those with a history of sunburn, from childhood or into adulthood, and/or exposure to the sun can exacerbate the development of this type of condition. “So exposure to sunbeds and sunlamps also puts you at risk,” he says.