Very soon the summer season will open, which means that many people, having issued a vacation, will go to rest on the seaside, or, in extreme cases, on a day off they will go to open water, where you can also swim, sunbathe and have a good time.
Such a holiday is especially loved by children, who are given the opportunity to splash in the water, after which such an appetite is played out that even unloved foods seem very tasty.
Naturally, this kind of rest is very useful for any organism, however, doctors warn that it is necessary to observe cautious measures these days, especially for families who have a rest with their children.
Here are some tips that you should adhere to while on the beach. The most important thing is that children are always under supervision, because the proximity of water always attracts children’s attention, and not everyone can swim well.
How to Rest on the Beach Without Harm for Health
Young children should wear inflatable waistcoats to make them feel more confident. It is worth remembering that children can swim only when the water temperature is not lower than 24 degrees, and for adults the best option is 20 C. It is often possible to watch how a gay company drinks alcohol on a beach and then go swimming, which is something you can not do.
Being in a state of intoxication, a person may have leg cramps, because of what he can not get to the shore.
Many people prefer to sunbathe lying on an inflatable mattress, while falling asleep under the gentle rays of the sun, which can be dangerous, as well as swimming for buoys. In this case, do not forget that for a long time in the sun, and without using a special cream, you can get a burn of the skin, which sometimes lead to the appearance of melanoma.
You can not sunbathe from 11 am to 3 pm, because exactly in this period the sun is most active.
Do not forget about the headgear, both for children and adults, who will not allow of sunstroke. The same applies to sunglasses, with the help of which it will be possible to avoid damage to the retina, which can lead to serious vision problems.