A Good Time To Get The Benefits Of The Morning Sun While Exercising
Hello doctor, I want to ask. For the past few days I have read, seen, and heard news that sunlight consists of UVA and UVB. Then say that sunlight is good for the human body above 09.00. Below that he said could make wrinkles and trigger cancer. My question is because I often exercise in the morning between 06.00-08.00. And my body is automatically exposed to sunlight. Is that also dangerous? thanks.
Hello Ade, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Sunlight has UVA and UVB contents. Sunlight can stimulate the formation of vitamin D which serves to help absorb calcium and maintain healthy bones.
The best time to enjoy the sun is at 9 o'clock in the morning. But sunbathing also should not be done for long because it can cause some adverse effects for the skin such as sunburn, skin changes in structure that can trigger premature aging, to skin cancer. Sunbathing is done for 10-15 minutes and a maximum of 25 minutes. Avoid sunbathing at times above 11 to about 1 or 2 o'clock in the afternoon, because at that time the UVB intensity is very high. Exposure to UVB rays that are too high it is not good for your skin health.
Some things that must be considered in basking in the sun:
Use Hindrai sunblock so that the skin burns. Set the duration of the sun to around 15-39 minutes. Set the frequency of sunbathing, 2-3 times every week. Enough drinking to avoid dehydration.