How Sunbathing Affects Mammary Glands, Eyes, Hormonal Profile, And Other Aspects Of Women’s Health
July 6, 2018 11:23
Summer is something we wait all year, every year. However, even in this beautiful season, there is something to be concerned about. Sun rays are very tricky, and you need to be careful with them.
1. Mammary glands
A shield that protects the skin from ultraviolet is melanin – a dark substance that doesn’t let harmful rays into the tissues. It is produced on the entire surface of the skin, except for the nipples. Therefore, topless sunbathing should be an absolute taboo for all sensible women, unless the areolas are at least covered with special reflective stickers.
On the other hand, among the inhabitants of northern countries, where due to the lack of sunlight a vitamin D deficiency is very common, there is higher risk of breast and ovarian cancer. Thus, with a reasonable approach, sunbathing can be a good prevention measure against new growths.